This year, Rihanna’s red carpet dress was one of the few outfits of the night that didn’t remind us of poultry, but does that mean it was better than the feathered gown the Barbados native wore last year? Jump below to vote on which Grammy dress suited the Loud singer best.
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During last night’s Grammys, “21st Century Girl” Willow Smith had a close encounter of the Gaga kind. Not only did the 10-year-old singer meet Lady Gaga, she sat on her lap and then hammed it up for the cameras by puckering up to give Mama Monster a smooch. We have a feeling the Grammy winner… More »
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:: Enjoy the 2011 Grammys? Willow Smith and Mama Monster sure did! If you want to relive the fun, and rewatch Cee Lo sing with a bunch of puppets, catch all of Idolator’s 2011 Grammy coverage – the live blog, the performances, the space pod.
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The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards aren’t just about who wins what or what everyone’s wearing — or incubating inside of — it’s about the performances. Christina Aguilera, Florence Welch, and several other talented ladies kicked off the night with a diva-tastic tribute to Aretha Franklin, and no, no one rearranged the Queen of… More »
Paramore’s Hayley Williams got wiggy on the red carpet for the 2011 Grammy Awards as the “Airplanes II” nominee chose a bright red wig to wear over her usual orange locks. Don’t miss that she apparently dyed her eyebrows to match! The photogenic songstress dressed in a sheer black dress with a bright pink feathered… More »
Nicki Minaj walked the 2011 Grammy Awards red carpet in a wig that was part Bride Of Frankenstein (or should we say, “Bride Of Blackenstein”) and part animal. The fashion-forward Harajuku Barbie complimented her ‘do with a matching cheetah print ensemble, looking like something you might find in Wilma Flintstone’s prehistoric closet. Click through and… More »
If you were wondering how Lady Gaga was going to top her “Ice Princess” red carpet look from the 2010 Grammys, here’s your answer! Tonight, the Grammy-nominated singer didn’t walk the red carpet, she was carried in by latex wearing assistants—inside an opalescent alien pod straight out of the pages of a science fiction novel. More »
Hot shot producer RedOne has been with Lady Gaga since the beginning — he produced tracks forThe Fame and The Fame Monster as well as her highly-anticipated third album, Born This Way. So it’s a no brainer that he was included on the panel of industry professionals at Grammy Career Day, held at USC this… More »
Dr. Dre won’t just be sitting by in the audience at this Sunday’s Grammy Awards, waiting to see if he’ll snag a statue for producing some of his protege Eminem’s album Recovery—he’s also set to join the 10-times-nominated MC on stage for what’s a sure to be a momentous rap attack. And the pair’s Grammy… More »
Earlier this week we gave our two cents on who will win and who should win Grammys for Best new Artist and all the Pop categories. That brings us to one of the biggies—Record Of The Year. This award is for whatever tune NARAS deems the most anthem-like for the year prior (no easy feat!),… More »
Did You Hear?
:: Christina Aguilera will allegedly open the Grammys (alongside Jennifer Hudson) with a tribute to Aretha Franklin. The Queen of Soul, who recently suffered an unspecificied illness and underwent surgery, will appear in a pre-recorded segment from her home in Detroit. Xtina, you may want to give the lyrics one… More »
Yesterday we picked all the pop acts sure to pick up trophies during Sunday’s Grammy Awards, and today we’re tackling Best New Artist. Winning the Grammy for this coveted category is a major step in one’s blossoming career, fore sure, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re destined to succeed over the other nominees forevermore —… More »
Sunday’s 2011 Grammy Awards telecast is sure to be noteworthy — everyone from Lady Gaga to Gwyneth Paltrow seems to be on the bill to perform — but as stoked as we are to see whether Cee Lo sticks to the censored version of his song or lets the FCC go ballistic, we’re most excited… More »