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Maren Morris seemed to be addressing her critics in a series of tweets on Wednesday night.
The country music star wrote, “In a world where girls are a lot of times pit against each other, I have to say, ‘Hell no.’ Good music is coming back, girls And boys.”
She continued with a series of tweets addressing the continuing rise of strong female influencers in the industry, as well as artists she knows and works with, including Kacey Musgraves and Buddy Miller.
Very proud to be apart of a historic time when women are bringing music back to our point of view, »
- Alexia Fernandez
Adele offered a heartfelt apology for her rocky Grammys performance as she accepted the award for song of the year.
The 28-year-old won her second song of the year Grammy, this time for 2015’s “Hello.” After taking to the stage and gushing over Celine Dion — who introduced her — Adele was sure to note her heartbreaking technical problem while paying tribute to George Michael on stage.
“First of all, I really do apologize for swearing,” she said. “George Michael, I love him. He means a lot to me, so I’m really sorry if I offended anyone anywhere.”
She later added »
- Ariana Bacle and Charlene Adams
Maren Morris‘ first-ever Grammy Award was years in the making.
The country singer nabbed the trophy for best country solo performance at Sunday night’s ceremony, for her hit “My Church.” As she explained in her acceptance speech, “Eleven years ago, I went to the first-ever Grammy camp. It was the first time I ever flew on a plane by myself to L.A., and it’s crazy to be here a decade later.”
Morris, 26, actually began her speech with a shorter reaction: “Oh my goodness, this is so crazy! Thank you to the Recording Academy.
She also gave a special thanks to her mother, »
- Gabrielle Olya
Image Source: Getty / C Flanigan If you hadn't heard of Maren Morris until the Grammys (when she won!), now is the perfect time to get schooled. The 26-year-old country singer has landed on the charts thanks to her upbeat anthem, "My Church," and her debut album Hero was released to rave reviews and earned her five Cma Award nominations last year. She has a soulful, pop-infused sound, and her cool-girl swagger will make you wish she was your Bff - you know, the one with a sugary Southern drawl and superhot classic car who's never met a whiskey shot she didn't like. Here are eight things you should know about Maren before her impending country takeover. Yes, she's from the South. Maren hails from Dallas and currently resides in Nashville. She's taken! Maren is dating fellow country singer Ryan Hurd. Her music covers all the bases. In this case, the bases are spirituality, »
- Brittney Stephens
Get ready GRAMMYs -- River Rose is coming your way!
Kelly Clarkson adorably revealed over Facebook Live on Friday that she would be bringing her 2-year-old daughter as her date to the awards show on Sunday. Clarkson is nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance for "Piece by Piece."
"Hey, what's up Idol fans? Kelly Clarkson here!" she began in a video message on American Idol's Facebook page. "I am so excited that I got nominated for the Grammy that I sang 'Piece by Piece' live on Idol, the last show, and it's such a nice bookend for me, so thank y'all so much for the support, for like, 15 years!"
"I'm so excited, I'm taking my 2-year-old, because I wrote the song for her… well, and you. That's my husband, he's standing right there," Clarkson sweetly »
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards are right around the corner!
Exclusive: Beyonce to Perform at 2017 Grammy Awards
"The passings of two such creative innovators were a huge loss for the creative community," said Neil Portnow, president/CEO of the Recording Academy. "[We're] humbled to pay »
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards are officially here!
Ahead of music's biggest night, we've rounded up everything you need to know -- from where to watch to who's performing to moments you definitely don't want to miss -- before the awards show on Feb. 12.
Watch: 2017 GRAMMYs: 6 Biggest Snubs and Surprises
Et's Red Carpet Coverage: You can catch all of Et's live coverage right here on ETonline.com, on Twitter (@etnow) and Instagram (@entertainmenttonight). For all the pre-show excitement, tune in to CBS' Grammy Red Carpet Live with Et's Nancy O'Dell and Kevin Frazier starting at 7:30 p.m. Et/4:30 p.m. Pt.
Et's Cameron Mathison and Sophie Schillaci, joined by Denny Directo, will also be reporting live from the red carpet, which you can watch on our official Facebook page at 6:30 p.m. Et/3:30 p.m. Pt ahead of our full post-show coverage airing Monday on Entertainment Tonight.
In-the-Moment GIFs: Et »
Kelly Clarkson knows what a cancer scare feels like.
The "Breakaway" singer opened up about a 2006 false alarm with the disease on Billboard’s Pop Shop Podcast on Tuesday.
"Not many people know this ... but I was told that morning that I had cancerous results for something," she revealed, noting that she spent the GRAMMYs that year thinking she had been diagnosed. "I went the whole day crying. They redid my makeup four times because I was like, 'Wow, so young.' I was just completely freaking out. Then when I won, I thought, 'Oh, my God. This is like God giving me one more thing before something horrible happens.'"
Exclusive: Beyonce to Perform at 2017 Grammy Awards After Announcing She's Pregnant With Twins
While the diagnosis weighed heavy on Clarkson that night, she thankfully learned the next day it had been a mistake.
I was like, ‘You completely ruined my entire [day],'" she laughed. "As a kid watching »
Kelly Clarkson was emotional the night she won her first Grammys — but it wasn’t because her dreams had come true.
“I was told that morning that I had cancerous results for something,” the singer says of the 2006 Grammy Awards on this week’s episode of Billboard‘s Pop Shop podcast.
That year, the American Idol alum, now 34, was nominated for — and won — the Best Pop Vocal album and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance honors for her hit album Breakaway and smash single “Since U Been Gone.”
“I go the whole day, and I like completely cried; they had to »
- Jeff Nelson
The morning of Kelly Clarkson’s 2006 Grammys began with the shocking news that she had cancer. Though it was later identified as a misdiagnosis, Clarkson recently shared the experience while speaking with Billboard’s Pop Shop Podcast. “Well, not many people know this — not to be a Debbie Downer — but I was told that […] »
- Sylvia Ogweng
Reba McEntire knows that when the right thing comes along, she'll recognize it.
The country star appeared on The View on Wednesday, where she opened up about her 2015 divorce from her husband of 16 years, Narvel Blackstock, revealing that she's yet to get back out there since the split.
"I haven't had a date yet," the 61-year-old singer admitted, noting that it's been "a year and three months."
"It's sort of like a dress, a song," she added. "You'll know it when you see it."
Watch: Reba McEntire, Brooks & Dunn Add New Dates for Las Vegas Residency
As for what she's looking for romantically, McEntire joked that her adult son has pretty strict age limit on it.
"I asked my son, Shelby -- he'll be 27 this month -- I said, 'All right, Shelby. What's the age limit? What do you »
The 2017 Grammy Awards is the year’s biggest celebration of music — but do you know all of the songs nominated? Don’t worry, you still have time to brush up on the tracks everyone’s been singing along to.
We rounded up a playlist of some of the biggest songs (and artists) nominated this year so you can rock out as you prepare for the show.
“Hello” — Adele
“Hold Up” — Beyoncé
“Die a Happy Man” — Thomas Rhett
“7 Years” — Lukas Graham
“Work” — Rihanna Featuring Drake (Warning: Nsfw language)
“Stressed Out” — Twenty One Pilots
“Cranes in the Sky” — Solange
“I Took a »
- Maggie Malach
Television personality, mom — and now, Savannah Guthrie is an author too.
The Today show co-anchor recently spoke about her debut children’s book, Princesses Wear Pants. But Guthrie insists the message behind the title isn’t about tearing down dresses, and instead about encouraging little girls to be well-rounded.
“We wanted our daughters to be okay with their love of princesses, but also realize that princesses are strong women with real things to do!” Guthrie says of the message behind the book, which she wrote alongside Allison Oppenheim, a parent educator.
“The pants just became a fun vehicle for explaining »
- Jen Juneau
Dan + Shay wrote a tear-jerker for the upcoming The Shack soundtrack, and People has an exclusive first look at the music video.
In the clip, the country duo — Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney — are seen performing their new track “When I Pray for You” in a forest, in between scenes from the upcoming spiritual movie, which stars Octavia Spencer and Sam Worthington.
Written from the perspective of a soon-to-be father, the emotional song is especially meaningful for Mooney, 25, who welcomed son Asher James with fiancée Hannah Billingsley last month.
Among the track’s pull-at-your heartstrings lyrics? “I talked to God »
- Jeff Nelson
Lea Michele is creating new music and avoiding the haters!
The 30-year-old Scream Queens star announced earlier this month that she'll be releasing a new album and hitting the road for a series of live shows in 2017. But, despite her busy schedule, Michele says her heart is 100% on completing her album, Places.
Watch: Lea Michele Reveals New Album and Live Shows Are Coming 'Sooner Than You Think'
"This record deserves all of my time and care, and that’s what I plan on doing this year," she tells Billboard in an interview published on Thursday.
"F**k it if people don’t like it," she adds, explaining how the creative process for Places has been "so much more personal" than her debut album, Louder.
Since releasing her breakout LP The First Time in 2015, Kelsea Ballerini has become one of the most promising rising stars in country, culminating in her first Grammy nomination in December for Best New Artist.
The 23-year-old “Peter Pan” singer — and bride-to-be, following fiancé Morgan Evans’ Christmas Day proposal — spoke to People about what the honor means to her, and how she’s gearing up for Music’s Biggest Night.
The 59th Annual Grammys air Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. Et on CBS.
Nominations came out when she was in bed.
“I would love to say that I casually forgot »
- Jeff Nelson
Luke Bryan has been named the performer of the national anthem at Super Bowl Li. The country and pop star, Fox and the NFL announced the news Sunday. The Super Bowl will take place at Nrg Stadium in Houston on Sunday, Feb. 5. This will mark Bryan's Super Bowl debut. Bryan follows in the footsteps of Lady Gaga, who performed the national anthem at the 2016 Super Bowl and is the halftime show performer at this year's event, Idina Menzel, Alicia Keys, Kelly Clarkson, Christina Aguilera, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, Jordin Sparks, Billy Joel and Beyoncé. "Hey guys, it's Luke Bryan here and I'm so excited to announce that I will be performing the national anthem at »
Hacker emoji Jailbreak (Ilana Glazer), exuberant Gene (T.J. Miller) and his handy best friend Hi-5 (James Corden) embark on the app-venture of a lifetime in Sony Pictures Animation’s Emojimovie: Express Yourself, in theaters summer 2017.
Making good on the commitment to increase overall output while continuing to offer its distinctive mix of family films, Sony Pictures Animation today released the project details on its upcoming roster of titles through 2018, along with additional highly anticipated future feature film projects, including one from Pulitzer Prize-winner Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Kristine Belson, President of Sony Pictures Animation, says, “We are proud of the artist-driven titles we have coming to the marketplace. The abundance, variety and quality of the features are a testament to the wealth of creative talents who call Sony Pictures Animation their home.”
Smurfs: The Lost Village (April 7, 2017 release)
- ComicMix Staff
Sony Pictures Animation, which has fallen on hard times in recent years, highlighted diversity and female empowerment as part of its comeback at Wednesday’s slate preview in Culver City. The biggest news was confirmation that Miles Morales, the mixed race web-slinging teen (African-American and Hispanic), will star in the untitled “Spider-Man” feature coming December 21, 2018.
Morales, created by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli to succeed the late Peter Parker in the comics, has already become a TV animation staple on Disney Xd’s “Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors” (initially voiced by Donald Glover).
The animated “Spider-Man” marks a return to Spa for Phil Lord and Chris Miller (“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”), who directed “The Lego Movie” and are currently making the “Han Solo” standalone “Star Wars” feature.
In a pre-recorded video message from London, Lord said, “What inspired us the most is that anyone can wear the mask. »
- Bill Desowitz
On Wednesday, Sony Pictures Animation gave further details about their slate of upcoming movies and unveiled the star-studded voice cast for The Star, their animated nativity film. The project centers around a Donkey named Bo who teams up with a slew of stable animals to save the very first Christmas.
Steve Yeun has signed on to lead the voice cast and take on the role of Bo, while his closest animal friends will be played by Keegan-Michael Key (Dave the dove) and Aidy Bryant (Ruth the sheep). The rest of the cast includes Kelly Clarkson as Leah the horse, Kristin Chenoweth as Mouse, Anthony Anderson as Zach the goat, Gabriel Iglesias as Rufus the dog, Ving Rhames as Thaddeus the dog, Delilah Rene as Elizabeth, Kris Kristofferson as Old Donkey, Gina Rodriguez as Mary, Zachary Levi as Joseph and Christopher Plummer as King Herod.
- Justin Cook
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