“Moonlight” Wins Best Picture Despite Initial Win/Confusion for ” La La Land”

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“Moonlight”has won the Best Picture Oscar over strong favorite “La La Land”.

This was after Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway read out La La Land as the victor – and the cast and crew took to the stage and completed many of their acceptance speeches.

Directed by Barry Jenkins and adapted from an unpublished playscript by Tarell Alvin McCraney, the film is a about the coming of age of a black teenager from a rough neighborhood in Miami who experiences an intimate encounter with another man.

GRAMMY’S Red Carpet

The biggest and brightest of stars were in full effect this evening at the 59th Grammy Awards this evening. Stars like Adele, Katy Perry, and Solange had a chance to grace the red carpet as the made their way into the Staples Center.  Check out some of the looks below:

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Photo 1 from Most Unfortunately Evocative of a Freshly Failed Promo Stunt: Katy Perry in Tom Ford

Best Reminder That Crazy Gaga is The Best Gaga: Lady Gaga in Alex Ulich

Most On-Theme: Solange Knowles in Gucci

Best New Recruit to the Balmain Army: Paris Jackson in Balmain

Best Dynasty Inspiration: Céline Dion in Zuhair Murad

Best Girl-Power Moment: Schoolboy Q

 

 

 

Adele Sweeps GRAMMY’s, Dedicates Two to Beyoncé

Adele has won Record of the Year at this year’s Grammy’s for her hit song “Hello.” She shouted out Beyoncé, she called “Queen B” her idol and said, “I adore you. I want you to be my mommy.” When she won Album of the Year for “25,” she turned her attention to Bey once again, completely stanning out bringing Bey to tears.  Check out the videos below:

Beyonce’s Lemonade Lead 2017 Grammy Nominations


Beyonce’s Lemonade album leads this year’s Grammy nominations with 9 nods.
Grammy nominations were announced earlier today and Beyonce’s album Lemonade has scored 9 nominations including Song of the Year and Record of the Year for “Formation” and Album of the Year for Lemonade.  She also becomes the first artist in history to score nominations in multiple genres within the same year (Rock, “Don’t Hurt Yourself”  Pop, “Hold Up” Hip-Hop, “Freedom”  and R&B, “Formation”) as well and the BIG 3 categories of the night.

Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West also scored 8 nominations.  Adele will go head to head with Beyonce as they both compete for the biggest honors of the night.

See the full list of nominees here.

The Grammy Awards air live Feb. 12, 2017 on CBS.