James Franco and Seth Rogen have some competition in the form of Shannon Sharpe and Nick Mangold. The two football players also spoofed Kanye’s now-infamous “Bound 2” music video in Pepsi’s Grammys commercial promoting the Super Bowl halftime show. In the commercial, football players ask why the forever-long Grammys don’t get a halftime show and then take it upon themselves to provide one. Deion Sanders breaks into autotuned song, Terry Bradshaw gives a boot-stompin’ number, and Mike Ditka rides a football-shaped wrecking ball. Maybe a halftime show performed by football stars isn’t a bad idea after all. Check out the commercial below: READ FULL STORY
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Wait, what’s that you say? Miley Cyrus didn’t even attend the Grammys, much play a song there?
In this, you are correct; though Cyrus did perform a few tunes at Clive Davis’s annual pre-Grammys party, she opted not to show up for the awards ceremony itself. (Getting totally shut out of the nominations can have that effect; see also Gaga, Lady.) The Bangerz singer did, however, spend the night making music — at least in some capacity:
From Beyoncé’s scorching opener to a Queen Latifah-led mass marriage ceremony to Taylor Swift and Yoko Ono’s gloriously awkward dancing, Sunday night’s Grammy Awards telecast was stuffed with memorable moments. Unfortunately, to see them all, you had to sit through a ceremony that just kept going and going and going, even long after it reached its scheduled end time of 11:30 p.m. ET. Wouldn’t it be nice to get a quick distillation of the night’s biggest bits — without all that unnecessary in-between stuff?
Your wish is our command!
Did you miss Sunday’s Girls, Real Housewives of Atlanta, or the Grammys? Catch up with our recap videos below! READ FULL STORY
The late Glee star Cory Monteith was honored by the 2014 Grammys during the In Memoriam montage. The montage featured a rather unfortunate hiccup: Onscreen, his name was spelled “Cory Montieth.” Admittedly, no other names were misspelled, but generally speaking, the goal of the In Memoriam montage is have zero gaffes. All in all, this was not a shining moment in the history of Garmmy Awards. READ FULL STORY
This week has all the necessary pop-culture ingredients: A great book, a great movie, an awards show, and countless television musts. Get ready to set your DVRs, hit up your local bookstore, and cheer on your favorite performances, because we’ve outlined the perfect way for you to say goodbye to January.
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The 2013 Grammy Awards didn’t inspire a record number of tweets — but events like the award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, Rihanna’s scorching solo performance, and fun.’s Best New Artist prize did move plenty of Twitter users to turn to their keyboards.
Twitter reports that Jay-Z, Kanye West, Frank Ocean, and The-Dream’s Best Rap/Sung Collaboration win drove more micro-blogging conversation than any other moment at the Grammys. More than 116,000 tweets per minute were sent as the “No Church in the Wild” team accepted their golden gramophone (and a natty Jay-Z poked fun at Dream for wearing a Boyz N the Hood hat on top of a “Parental Advisory” cap).
So, now that the 55th Annual Grammys have officially ended, it’s time to ask the most important question of the night: Were all of the televised buttocks and female breasts adequately covered?
This year, CBS issued a memo outlining their preferred list of dos and dont’s regarding Grammy outfits. In addition to banning inadequately covered buns and boobs, the pearls-clutching network also advised against such scandalous sartorial cues as “thong type costumes,” “bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack,” “female breast nipples,” and other similarly steamy phrases.
And, of course, the Grammy guests didn’t listen to any of that noise. Below, check out our list of stars who dared to bare at this year’s Grammys: READ FULL STORY
Who will violate CBS’ wardrobe advisory? How close will our predictions match the winners list? And what will everyone be saying about Justin Timberlake’s return? Join us tonight for our Grammys live blog and find out. Annie Barrett and Mandi Bierly get us started with E!’s red carpet coverage at 6 p.m. ET, while Darren Franich and Adam Markovitz take over for the ceremony itself, starting at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.
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