"It speaks to people, it calls out injustice, celebrates life and reunites us all at the same time", Goransson said, accepting the award on Glover's behalf. "This is wild and lovely. I hope the show is exactly what you want it to be and more". She added, "But mostly thank y'all for being my main source of joy and inspiration always".
After profanity-laced AAF washout, Christian Hackenberg may be out of options
With the NFL season over, football diehards usually turn their eyes toward a shadow of what they just turned off: draft coverage. Two things that really surprised us were the quality of play across all four games, and the adoption of our digital platform.
Lady Gaga won three trophies and British pop singer Dua Lipa was named best new artist. However, the award ultimately went to "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)" by Lady Gaga.
If there's anything we learned over the last couple of weeks, it's that tattoos aren't one of Ariana Grande's strengths. Ariana chose to skip the award function after there were a few disagreements with the award show producers over the choice of songs that she wanted to perform.
NASA wrote that the acronym was trending on Twitter and thought it would be about one of the organisation's new discoveries but later realised that it was Grande's song. "I'm super tarnished lol. but super grateful. thank u for everything. myron is in my arms n he says hi as well".
The real reason Brad Pitt attended Jennifer Aniston's party
Sneaky paps captured the actress fumbling down the stairs, presumably after one too many bevvies, as she made her way to the exit. They got married in July of 2000 in a jaw-dropping Malibu wedding, before finalizing their divorce in October 2005.
It's no secret that Ariana Grande has mixed feelings towards the Grammys. It's about art and honesty. Not politics. Not doing favors or playing games.
Ariana then tweeted, "nothing to do w [Cardi]. good for her. i promise. i'm sorry".
Kyler Murray picks football, and just how will he impact draft?
Some seem to view Murray as too small or a classic third-rounder, but Kingsbury has made it clear he'd go all-out to pop him on his roster.