Adele dropped several F-bombs and decided to restart her tribute to George Michael at the Grammys on Sunday after starting the song off-key.

“I know what it’s like to be [s***]. I can’t do it again like last year,” the singer said partway through her cover of Michael’s “Fastlove,” referring to her technical-difficulty-laden “All I Ask” performance at last year’s ceremony. “I’m sorry for swearing, and I’m sorry for starting again. Can we please start it again? I’m sorry, I can’t mess this up for him. I’m sorry. I can’t. I’m sorry for swearing. I’m really sorry.” Adele proved to be the big winner at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, where she took how five statues and made Beyonce cry while accepting Album of the Year for 25. (WATCH HERE) “I can’t possibly accept this award,” Adele said through tears. “I’m very humbled and very grateful and gracious, but my artist of my life is Beyonce. The Lemonade album was so monumental, and so well thought out, and so beautiful and soul-bearing.” Beyonce responded by crying and mouthing “I love you” to the “Hello” singer from the front row. Adele also allegedly broke her award in half later and gave one of the pieces to Beyonce. Meanwhile, another big winner at the Grammys was Chance the Rapper, who took home the awards for Best New Artist, Best Rap Album and Best Rap Performance. In doing so, he became the first black hip-hop artist to win Best New Artist since Lauryn Hill took home the title in 1999.

  • 2017 Grammy Award Winners (televised awards only):
    • Album of the year: 25, Adele
    • Record of the year: “Hello,” Adele
    • Song of the year: “Hello,” Adele Adkins and Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Adele)
    • Best new artist: Chance The Rapper
    • Best urban contemporary album: Lemonade, Beyonce
    • Best pop duo/group performance: “Stressed Out,” Twenty One Pilots
    • Best rock song: “Blackstar,” David Bowie, songwriter (David Bowie)
    • Best rap album: Coloring Book, Chance The Rapper
    • Best country solo performance: “My Church,” Maren Morris


(Daily Star)
(Daily Star)

Beyonce and Jay Z’s 5-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter stole the show at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night by dressing as late pop star Prince.


Blue was spotted wearing a pink Prince-inspired pantsuit with a ruffled blouse and pink nail polish while enjoying the festivities with her parents. Other highlights included Rihanna’s orange crop top and black ball gown skirt by Armani Prive and Orange Is the New Black’s Laverne Cox–who rocked a black, one-shouldered gown that featured cutouts down her entire side that were held together with silver ties.  Check out Beyonce’s full performance below.

(Gaga Daily)
(Gaga Daily)

Lady Gaga & Metallica’s GRAMMYs performance got off to a rocky start as at the start of the performance, James Hetfield’s mic wasn’t working. 

After that, Gaga rocked the Metallica song “Moth Into Flame”

Metallica’s “Hardwired” was nominated for Best Rock Song tonight, but lost to David Bowie’s “Blackstar.” Gaga was not up for any awards, as Joanne came out too late to qualify.z

(Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

(Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Katy Perry performed her new single, “Chained 2 the Rhythm” at last night’s GRAMMY Awards.


(Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)
(Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)

James Corden hosted his most star-studded segment of Carpool Karaoke while hosting the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The hilarious segment took place nearly halfway through the ceremony, when Corden pulled out a cardboard cutout of a car and asked performers including Neil Diamond, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Jennifer Lopez to help him sing Diamond’s mega-hit “Sweet Caroline.” The singalong became even more special when Beyonce and Jay Z’s 5-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter ran into the shot to help Corden and his crew deliver the beloved tune. Corden also opened the show with a Hamilton-inspired rap monologue in which he name-checked people such as President Donald Trump and Beyonce.

GRAMMYs Winners

Best New Artist
Chance The Rapper — WINNER 
Kelsea Ballerini
The Chainsmokers
Maren Morris
Anderson .Paak


Best Pop Duo/Group Performance:
“Stressed Out” — Twenty One Pilots — WINNER 
“Closer” — The Chainsmokers Featuring Halsey
“7 Years” — Lukas Graham
“Work” — Rihanna Featuring Drake
“Cheap Thrills” — Sia Featuring Sean Paul


Best Rock Performance:
“Blackstar” — David Bowie — WINNER
“Joe (Live From Austin City Limits)” — Alabama Shakes
“Don’t Hurt Yourself” — Beyonce? Featuring Jack White
“The Sound Of Silence” — Disturbed
“Heathens” — Twenty One Pilots


Best Country Solo Performance:
“My Church” — Maren Morris — WINNER 
“Love Can Go To Hell” — Brandy Clark
“Vice” — Miranda Lambert
“Church Bells” — Carrie Underwood
“Blue Ain’t Your Color” — Keith Urban


Best Urban Contemporary Album:
Lemonade — Beyoncé — WINNER 
Ology — Gallant
We Are King — KING
Malibu — Anderson .Paak
Anti — Rihanna


Best Rap Album:
Coloring Book — Chance The Rapper — WINNER 
And The Anonymous Nobody — De La Soul
Major Key — DJ Khaled
Views — Drake
Blank Face LP — ScHoolboy Q
The Life Of Pablo — Kanye West


Song Of The Year:
“Hello” — Adele Adkins and Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Adele) — WINNER
“Formation”— Khalif Brown, Asheton Hogan, Beyoncé Knowles and Michael L. Williams II, songwriters (Beyoncé)
“I Took A Pill In Ibiza” — Mike Posner, songwriter (Mike Posner)
“Love Yourself” —Justin Bieber, Benjamin Levin and Ed Sheeran, songwriters (Justin Bieber)
“7 Years” — Lukas Forchhammer, Stefan Forrest, Morten and Morten Ristorp, songwriters (Lukas Graham)


Album Of The Year:
25 — Adele – WINNER
Lemonade — Beyoncé
Purpose — Justin Bieber
Views — Drake
A Sailor’s Guide To Earth — Sturgill Simpson


Record Of The Year:
“Hello”— Adele – WINNER
“Formation” — Beyoncé
“7 Years” — Lukas Graham
“Work” — Rihanna Featuring Drake
“Stressed Out” — Twenty One Pilots


Best Pop Vocal Album:
25 — Adele – WINNER
Purpose — Justin Bieber
Dangerous Woman — Ariana Grande
Confident — Demi Lovato
This Is Acting — Sia


Best Pop Solo Performance:
“Hello” — Adele – WINNER
“Hold Up” — Beyonce
“Love Yourself” — Justin Bieber
“Piece By Piece (Idol Version)” — Kelly Clarkson
“Dangerous Woman” — Ariana Grande


Best Rock Album:
California — Blink-182
Tell Me I’m Pretty — Cage The Elephant – WINNEr
Magma — Gojira
Death Of A Bachelor — Panic! At The Disco
Weezer — Weezer


Best Country Duo/Group Performance:
“Different for Girls” — Dierks Bentley Featuring Elle King
“21 Summer” — Brothers Osborne
“Setting The World On Fire” — Kenny Chesney & P!nk
“Jolene” — Pentatonix Featuring Dolly Parton – WINNER
“Think Of You” — Chris Young With Cassadee Pope


Best Country Album:
Big Day In A Small Town — Brandy Clark
Full Circle — Loretta Lynn
Hero — Maren Morris
A Sailor’s Guide To Earth — Sturgill Simpson – WINNER
Ripcord — Keith Urban


Best R&B Album:
In My Mind — BJ The Chicago Kid
Lalah Hathaway Live — Lalah Hathaway – WINNER
Velvet Portraits — Terrace Martin
Healing Season — Mint Condition
Smoove Jones — Mya


Best R&B Performance:
“Turnin’ Me Up” — BJ The Chicago Kid
“Permission” — Ro James
“I Do” — Musiq Soulchild
“Needed Me” — Rihanna
“Cranes in the Sky” — Solange – WINNER


Best Music Video:
“Formation” — Beyoncé – WINNER
“River” — Leon Bridges
“Up & Up” — Coldplay
“Gosh” — Jamie XX
“Upside Down & Inside Out” — OK Go


Saturday Night Live earned its highest ratings in six years this weekend, thanks to the return of Melissa McCarthy as Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump. McCarthy-as-Spicer made her big return during the show’s cold open, during which the character explained what “extreme vetting” means by using a blonde Barbie and a doll of the new Disney character Moana to demonstrate. While Barbie was cleared, Moana was stopped. “We read her e-mails, and if we don’t like the answers, which we won’t–boom, Guantanamo Bay,” Spicer explained. Later Baldwin-as-Trump defended his travel ban in The People’s Court, where he called on character witness Vladimir Putin and told the judge, “The bad people, they’re pouring in, and you see them, and it’s ISIS and San Bernadino and Chicago… they’re bad dudes, bad hombres, bad boys, bad boys, what’cha gonna do.” Musical guest Ed Sheeran also performed “Shape of You” and “Castle on the Hill.”


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