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Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood are dropping jaws in the minimalist new music video for “The Fighter”. Leading Academy of Country Music nominee Urban moves away from the overly produced movie-like music videos of today and lets the music do the talking. The visuals for “The Fighter”, the fourth single from his chart-topping album “Ripcord”, show […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Florida Georgia Line and Tim McGraw both received five nominations, while Dierks Bentley, Thomas Rhett and Chris Stapleton each earned three. Among Urban’s seven nominations is one for entertainer of the year, and his tenth nomination for male vocalist of the year.
Luke Bryan will return to co-host the awards for the fifth consecutive year, joined by Bentley for the second year in a row.
The 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards will broadcast from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on April 2 on CBS. The broadcast will be aired live at 8 p.m. on the East Coast, and delayed for West Coast viewers.
View the list of nominees below:
Entertainer of the year:
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- Seth Kelley
The American Country Music Awards have released its nominations and it’s a mix of veterans and the up-and-coming.
Keith Urban leads the nominations with a total of seven nominations in five categories, including his seventh nomination for entertainer of the year and his tenth for male vocalist of the year.
The ladies have tied, with Miranda Lambert and Maren Morris both earning six nominations each. Lambert, 33, has won seven times for female vocalist of the year, and is up again for the honor. She received her fifth nomination in the album of the year category for The Weight of These Wings. »
- Alexia Fernandez
Jennifer Lopez, Maren Morris, Sibley Scoles, and Carrie Underwood were among the best dressed at the 2017 Grammys on Sunday. 2017 Grammys Photos: Best Dressed Lopez wore a lilac Ralph and Russo dress with a high collar and slit for cleavage, as well as a slit up the thigh. She paired it with a sparkling clutch and matching […]
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
CBS’ broadcast of the 59th Grammy Awards on Sunday night drew 26.05 million total viewers and a 7.8 demo rating (per adjusted fast affiliates), ticking up versus last year’s telecast (24.95 mil/7.7), which was atypically held on a Monday and not opposite AMC’s mighty The Walking Dead.
As such, the gala drew its largest audience since 2014, when it posted 28.5 mil (with a 9.9 rating).
RIHANNANo one does Grammys style like Rihanna. She always leaves jaws on the red carpet, which is why she’s my favorite star ever year. Let’s start with her custom Armani Privé crop top. Covered in tangerine crystals, the halter-style topper was made to showcase the star’s famous tattoo. Teamed with a voluminous tiered black silk organza skirt, waist-grazing waves and David Webb jewelry, the entire look feels like nothing that’s been done before.–Brittany Talarico, Senior Style Editor
Related Photos: The Night’s Most Major Dresses
Alicia KeysThere’s nothing I like better than a festive surprise, »
- Brittany Talarico
Carrie Underwood is one of country’s biggest superstars — but right now, she’s enjoying a little time off.
“We just wrapped up the Storyteller Tour and I feel like my life right now, creatively, is kind of a blank space,” Underwood told the People/Entertainment Weekly Network at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, where she teamed up with Keith Urban for an energetic performance of “The Fighter,” their duet which was released on his Ripcord album.
“I’m really excited about that, because you don’t know where you’re going to go,” she continued. “I’m nervous because »
- Aurelie Corinthios
Valentine’s Day is on Tuesday and the stars have inspired us with their red hot looks!
The standout color at this year’s Grammy Awards was the head-turning shade with stars from Beyonce to Faith Hill, all rocking bold looks just ahead of the holiday.
Watch: Beyoncé's GRAMMYs 2017 Performance Features Blue Ivy, Her Baby Bump and Pregnant Dancing
Here were seven of our favorite styles:
Obviously, Queen Bey is known for serving up major style goals. And this year was no different. Beyoncé proved that her baby bump was the best accessory of all in a stunning red Peter Dundas sequin gown with a plunging neckline. The sparkly look was celebratory, sexy and even boasted long-sleeves for that cold winter evening!
Photos: 13 Best Dressed Stars at the 2017 GRAMMYs
2. Faith Hill
The country crooner was pure romantic elegance in her orange-red Zuhair Murad gown with matching heels. The vibrant »
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- TMZ Staff
Yet again, the fashion at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards was far from forgettable!
While many stars pulled out all the stops with their red carpet looks on Sunday night, rocking dazzling couture gowns paired with stunning jewelry, there were a few A-listers who seemed to miss the memo.
Now, Et’s rounded up our favorite (and not so favorite!) looks from music's biggest night.
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Lady in red! Stepping out with her husband, Tim McGraw, by her side, Faith Hill looked stunning in a Zuhair Murad ready-to-wear peekaboo gown. She topped off her look with matching heels, a bright red lip and luxurious, bouncy curls.
Adele also turned heads, donning a green custom-made Givenchy Haute Couture dress by Riccardo Tisci. Her chic updo and simple jewels completed the look perfectly.
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And what would an awards show carpet be without »
Et's Cameron Mathison caught up with the singer at the GRAMMYs in Los Angeles on Sunday, and though his wife was across the pond at the BAFTAs, he knew better than to reveal his big plans for Kidman's special day.
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"I'm planning stuff right now that I can't talk about!" he confessed. "I feel incredibly lucky and blessed, definitely."
Kidman will turn 50 in June, and Urban just a few months later, making 2017 "a big year all around." So big, in fact, that Urban can't even reveal his Valentine's Day surprises.
"I gotta keep it a secret!" he said.
Whatever Urban has planned, Kidman is definitely in for a treat. The country singer sweetly shared the inspiration for his duet with Carrie Underwood, "The Fighter »
How’s this for a double date? Et’s Cameron Mathison caught up with Carrie Underwood on the red carpet at the Grammys in Los Angeles on Sunday, where she opened up about her new duet with Keith Urban — and wanting to double date with Urban and his wife, Nicole Kidman! News: GRAMMYs 2017 Cheat Sheet: Everything […] »
- Will Reid
You can always count on the Grammy Awards to deliver some of the craziest skin-baring looks of any red carpet, and this year stars definitely didn’t disappoint. In fact, they got very creative in the cleavage-baring department with looks that all competed with one another to show just how low they can go.
Jennifer Lopez threw us off at first with that giant neck bow, which distracted us from how risk-taking her plunging purple gown really was (although it’s nothing compared to her inaugural Versace gown, which she reminisced about onstage). But even giant fuzzy sleeves, pink hair »
- Colleen Kratofil
Chrissy Teigen stunned in her black number as she accompanied her husband John Legend to the award show. Carrie Underwood got major props from the “E!” red carpet team when she wore her red gown with bell sleeves and a plunging neckline. The neck bundle is a little much but Jennifer Lopez Slays in this pink number with the slit. Maren Morris did not take Best New Artist, but she certainly made an impression in this subtly sexy purple number Despite some problems with a certain airline, it’s clear that Jason Derulo’s baggage made it through — the singer looks like a true. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven and Matt Donnelly
We already told you, but Carrie Underwood looks fantastic in her stunning red Elie Madi gown at the Grammy Awards. And the Internet totally agrees.
Carrie underwood looks stunning pic.twitter.com/HeBIcVGJck
— Country Music Quotes (@Country_Voices) February 13, 2017
@carrieunderwood Could Not be any more perfect pic.twitter.com/E7VGPZmJvV
— Jason Sellers (@jsel23) February 13, 2017
How to slay a red carpet:
Be Carrie Underwood #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/mXDfuUJFok
— Carrie Underwood ✨ (@CarrieClique) February 13, 2017
goal: to have legs half as nice as carrie underwood
— Rachel Ellis (@ThatsSoRaachel) February 13, 2017
Personally, we thought the red dress was the better look, but you can »
- Alex Heigl
This article originally appeared on EW.com.
They entered the night as competitors — both were nominated for best country solo performance — but they ended it as collaborators. Country stars Keith Urban, 49, and Carrie Underwood, 33, teamed up Sunday night at the Grammy Awards for an energetic performance of “The Fighter,” their duet which was released via Urban’s Ripcord album.
The two recently toured Australia together, where the upbeat tune made its live debut, and the rehearsal paid off. Their time on stage positively infectious. In front of a trippy Led light display, they danced and smiled their way through the »
- Madison Vain
When you think of the Grammys, John Travolta probably isn't the first name that comes to mind. While the actor is definitely musically gifted (Grease, anyone?), we usually see him at shows like the Oscars. But on Sunday, John attended the Grammys in La, where he ended up making a cute and memorable appearance. While introducing Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban's performance (and making a Danny and Sandy reference), John poked fun at his terrible eyesight and inability to read the teleprompter. Honestly, it's these award show moments that make them all worth watching. »
- Caitlin Hacker
Add the Brothers Osborne to the list of Maren Morris‘ biggest fans.
The country duo say they’re impressed with all of the fantastic music that’s out right now — but perhaps none more than Morris.
“She’s killing it at the moment. We’re so proud of her,” John tells the People/Entertainment Weekly Network. “She’s been in town a few years, and I remember the first time we heard her sing — she’s a very understated human — and we saw her perform karaoke one night, and we were like, what the hell, this girl is ridiculous. And »
- Julie Mazziotta
Will 2017 be the year of the pantsuit?
The People/Entertainment Weekly Network tagged along as Mýa picked out the perfect outfit for the Grammy Awards, and after trying on two dresses, the singer went with a “sexy” pantsuit.
“The Grammys are around Valentine’s Day this year, I love the color red,” Mýa says as she tries on the pantsuit. “This is more boss, but it’s still sexy. I like it. It’s very feminine. Definitely a contender. Love the vibrant color.”
“This conveys the bossy flavor, the swag, but it’s still sexy.”
Related Video: What Music’s »
- Julie Mazziotta
How's this for a double date?
Et's Cameron Mathison caught up with Carrie Underwood on the red carpet at the GRAMMYs in Los Angeles on Sunday, where she opened up about her new duet with Keith Urban -- and wanting to double date with Urban and his wife, Nicole Kidman!
News: GRAMMYs 2017 Cheat Sheet: Everything You Need to Know
"I invited them to hockey games! I always am like, 'You guys should come!'" Underwood revealed of her plans to get Urban and Kidman together with her and her husband, Nashville Predators captain Mike Fisher.
"Dates are few and far between at this point in our lives just because the season is so crazy," she added, "but I know they've come to games before, so hopefully I can get 'em out!"
Underwood and Urban will go head to head, as they're both nominated for Best Country Solo Performance (Underwood for "Church Bells" and Urban for "Blue Ain't Your »
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