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Sam Smith was the star of the night, taking home four statuettes including Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Known for his heartbreaking ballads, his multiple Grammy wins were more than enough to cheer him up. Even before the ceremony the 22-year-old singer was optimistic about what's to come.
News: Et's Complete Grammy Coverage
"I definitely am [ready for love]," Sam told Et. "But I'm a melancholy person. It's how I'm always going to be."
"I'm gonna go to In-n-Out Burger straight away, because I've been juicing for the last few weeks," Sam said.
Iggy Azalea went home empty-handed at the GRAMMYs, but she sure turned heads with her super unique red-carpet look.
The 24-year-old “Fancy” rapper took a chance with her blonde hair in a thick braid in the shape of a crown, complemented by her barely-there makeup and a stunning blue Armani Prive gown. Efficiency and comfort seem to have won out.
Pics: The Stars' Best Looks at the GRAMMYs 2015!
“I’m trying this whole braid thing this weekend, which is really easy because you don’t have to clip in your hair – it’s just up there, so it’s good,” Iggy told Et’s Nancy O’Dell during the Grammy pre-show on Pop.
“I always seem to have hair malfunctions so braids are easy. I love them,” she added.
Are we the only ones getting some Game of Thrones vibes here?!
Pics: The Grammy Winners With Their Awards!
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The 18-year-old Disney actress and former Dancing with the Stars contestant debuted a stunning new pixie cut during Et's GRAMMYs pre-show live on Pop -- but before her fans freak out -- she revealed the secret behind her new 'do.
"I've always wanted to cut my hair and it's one of those things that I've always told my fans," she explained. "I didn't really cut my hair so don't freak out. But I had to try it. I had to at least feel it out, you know what I'm saying? Try it on for size."
Photos: Stars Arrive at the 2015 GRAMMYs!
And don't go thinking her new look is a sign that things are not well in Zendaya's world.
"No I did not cut my hair, so I've never been through something traumatic," she joked to Et guest correspondent Elvis Duran. "I just like »
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Ellen DeGeneres was Jimmy Fallon's guest Tuesday night on "The Tonight Show," but two current Oscar nominees - Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell - competed opposite Ellen and Jimmy in a game of "Password." They were actually pretty good.Neil Young was also on "The Tonight Show" and here Jimmy does an amazing impression to sing "Old Man" along with the real guy. Two Neil Youngs = doubly amazing!
Mila Kunis was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote "Jupiter Ascending" and she talked about her new baby. This is her first time out and about without her daughter - she admitted she cried to leave Wyatt behind. She also »
- Gina Carbone
Want to party like a rock star? Tired of hearing about Clive Davis’ annual party? The parties listed below are considered to be some of the insider hot tickets during Grammy Week in La:ok! Magazine’s Pre-Grammy Event with Nico & Vinz – February 5Ok! will once again kick off Grammy weekend with their highly-anticipated, star-studded, Pre-Grammy event at Lure Nightclub on Thursday, February 5th 2015 with a special performance by multi-platinum recording artists, Nico & Vinz who will be presented by Elvis Duran. The event is sponsored by Chapstick, Le Vian, Wet Brush, Fashion Forms, Sally Beauty Supply, Rum Chata, […] »
- April Neale
Kelly Clarkson is back in full force!
America's very first Idol released her latest single on Monday, and it's Clarkson at her very best. "Heartbeat Song" is a power-house love anthem that begs to be danced to – listen below.
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"It was like one of the first [songs] I actually chose to record," Clarkson told Ryan Seacrest on his Monday morning radio show. "My music definitely reflects how I'm feeling in my life. And so, I liked that it was still an anthem, and fun, and still had a little pop to it. But it was sweet … It's pretty much one of the most pop ones on the album. You know, full force for the fans. They love those anthems from me."
The relaunch of TV Guide Network as Pop next week is an effort to tap into the ever-rising tide of pop culture fandemonium that drives so much conversation on social media.
Brad Schwartz, prexy of entertainment and media for Pop, told reporters at the Television Critics Assn. press tour on Friday that the cabler will function as a haven for the super-fan. Pop, set to bow Jan. 14, is launching with the tagline “We’re fans too.”
The focus is on viewers in their late 30s-early 40s who have nostalgia for 1980s and ’90s TV and pop culture.
“We’re building this for what we call the ‘modern grownup,’ ” Schwartz said.
There’s also an effort to capture the different facets of fandom today, from live events to the hyper-connectedness provided by social-media platforms.
“Being a fan today is an entirely different experience” than in decades past, Schwartz noted.
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- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The former TV Guide Network — now Pop — which is officially rebranding on Jan. 14, unveiled four new projects in development Friday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour.
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Those projects include the Morgan Spurlock and John Stamos‘ docuseries “Losing It,” another show featuring Z100’s Elvis Duran, a reality series pairing celebrities and inventors, and a stage show with celebrities recounting their most embarrassing life moments.
The revamped channel also announced that “90210’s” Shenae Grimes-Beech will co-anchor and serve as an entertainment correspondent for “Popsugar Now.” Grimes-Beech »
- Tony Maglio
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