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It's been the year of Bruno Mars: it's pretty much impossible to have turned on a pop radio station in 2013 and not hear one of the retro-soul singer's infectious tunes, so it's not surprising that Billboard magazine has named him the 2013 Billboard Artist of the Year.
Mars' No. 1 album "Unorthodox Jukebox" enjoyed an impressive 10-month run on the Billboard 200 chart, spawned three top 10 singles -- "Locked Out of Heaven," "When I Was Your Man," "Treasure" -- and the sexy new jam "Gorilla."
You also saw him at practically every award show this year, either winning accolades, performing, or both. He took home one MTV Ema, two VMAs and two Teen Choice Awards, among others. In honor of Mars' new title, here is a roundup of some of his most memorable performances from the aforementioned award shows. (Bonus: they're all delightfully upbeat and perfectly appropriate to watch while you get »
Host LL Cool J kicked off the countdown to music's biggest night on Friday with the Grammy Nominations Concert, featuring performances by Macklemore, Taylor Swift, Lorde, Katy Perry and more! Read on to find out who made this year's list of nominees.
Related: Meet the Man Who Crashed the Grammys
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis opened the night their smash hit Thrift Shop, but it was their song Same Love that got a nod for Song of the Year.
Taylor Swift performed via satellite from Sydney, Australia, while her Red album was announced as a contender for Album of the Year.
Perhaps the most interesting collaboration of the night came when Keith Urban and Miguel performed Bill Withers' classic Ain't No Sunshine. The R&B crooner and country superstar traded off lyrics for a show-stopping ballad.
Check out the most notable nominations below.
Song of the Year:
Just Give Me a Reason by Pink
Locked Out of Heaven »
Did your favorite artists and groups snag Grammy nominations? Find out which nominees were announced tonight, then weigh in with your picks!
The 2014 Grammy Awards are just over a month away — the ceremony airs Jan. 26 on CBS — and now, we finally know some of the artists going head to head on music’s biggest night! The first round of nominees were announced Dec. 6 during the Grammy Nominations Concert, hosted by LL Cool J, and some of HollywoodLife.com‘s favorite musicians made the cut.
Grammy Nominees 2014 — Full List Of Nominations Grammy Nominations Concert Promo
Song Of The Year:
“Just Give Me A Reason,” Pink
“Roar,” Katy Perry
“Same Love,” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Pop Performance Of The Year:
“Get Lucky, »
- Andy Swift
LL Cool J took to the stage on Friday (Dec. 6) to announce the nominations for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards as part of "The Grammy Nominations Concert Live! -- Countdown to Music's Biggest Night." The night also featured performances by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Lorde, and Robin Thicke.
Check out the list of main category nominations below:
Album Of The Year:
The Blessed Unrest -- Sara Bareilles
Random Access Memories -- Daft Punk
Good Kid, M.A.A.D City -- Kendrick Lamar
The Heist -- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Red -- Taylor Swift
Record Of The Year:
"Radioactive" -- Imagine Dragons
"Royals" -- Lorde
"Blurred Lines" -- Robin Thicke Featuring T. »
The nominations for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards were announced Friday night in an hour-long CBS special hosted by LL Cool J. Gracing the Nokia Theater stage with live, interspersed performances between nomination announcements were Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban and Miguel, among others. Just six categories were announced during the 60-minute concert/reveal, but the full list was disclosed shortly thereafter. Here are the nominees: Song of the Year “Just Give me A Reason” by P!nk “Locked Out of Heaven” by Bruno Mars “Roar” by Katy Perry “Royals” by Lorde “Same Love” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis feat. »
- Tony Maglio
Ouch! Don’t expect a Kanye and Bruno collaboration any time soon. The outspoken rapper publicly dissed the ‘Locked Out of Heaven’ singer for selling out and stealing all the ‘motherf***ing awards’ at the 2013 MTV VMAs.
Kanye West‘s love-hate relationship with the MTV Video Music Awards took over during his Brooklyn, NY show on Nov. 20. Ye dissed the awards show in a 10-minute hate-filled rant — and directed most of his anger at fellow artist Bruno Mars, 28. Read on to find out more and to watch Kanye’s latest rant.
Has Kanye finally made his peace with the VMAs? Not quite. Ye gave fans more than just his “genius” music at his Brooklyn show. He treated them to a lengthy rant about his latest beef with the award show, »
- HL Intern
With the Mirrorball trophy so tantalizingly close that our five remaining celebs (yes, even Bill Engvall) must be clearing mantelpieces in their dreams, Semi-Finals Night on Dancing With the Stars showcased two original dances (to two very different versions of the same song) along with what’s become something of a staple of Season 17 – the guest judge!
Week 10 brought us former pro, occasional bad boy and unflinching heartthrob Maksim Chmerkovskiy – notorious for his own cranky past run-ins with judges – who paddled up right next to former adversaries Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli and Len Goodman.
Related | The Voice: Analysis, »
- Michael Slezak
The 2013 MTV European Music Awards are in the books and the trophies have all been handed out. The night's winners included Miley Cyrus, who smoked a joint, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Eminem, who nabbed the coveted "Global Icon" award.
Other notable winners included One Direction, Green Day and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. As for that Worldwide Act award that had Miley and Justin fighting it out to represent North America, China went on to win with singer Chris Lee.
The full winners list is below:
Best Video: "Wrecking Ball," Miley CyrusBest Live: BeyonceBest Pop: One DirectionGlobal Icon: EminemWorldwide Act: Chris LeeBest Male: Justin BieberBest Electronic: AviciiBest Rock: Green DayBest New: Macklemore & Ryan LewisBest Female: Katy PerryBest Alternative: 30 Seconds to MarsBest Hip-Hop: EminemBest Song: "Locked Out of Heaven," Bruno MarsBiggest Fans: Tokio HotelBest Look: Harry StylesGlobal Icon Award: EminemBest UK & Ireland Act: One DirectionBest Push: Austin MahoneArtist on the Rise: Austin Mahone »
Did your favorite singers or groups take home the big prizes at the MTV EMAs on Nov. 10? See the full list of winners below (which we’ll be updating live), and tell us who you’ve been rooting for — and who you think got the snub.
The biggest names in music were on the edge of their seats on Nov. 10, hoping to hear their names called at the 2013 MTV European Music Awards. With stars like One Direction, Miley Cyrus, and Justin Bieber all nominated, the competition was definitely star-studded and stiff. So did your faves take home an award? HollywoodLife.com has the full list of winners below.
2013 MTV Ema — Full List Of Winners Take Our Poll
Best UK & Ireland Act: One Direction
Global Icon Award: Eminem
Best Look: Harry Styles
Biggest Fans: Tokio Hotel
Best Hip-Hop: Eminem
Best Alternative: 30 Seconds To »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
Bruno Mars will perform at the MTV European Music Awards in Amsterdam, which will air Nov. 10 at 7/6c on MTV in the U.S. Currently on his “Moonshine Jungle Tour,” Mars will perform a song from his latest album, the multi-platinum “Unorthodox Jukebox.” He is nominated in three Ema categories this year: Best Song for “Locked Out of Heaven,” Best Male Artist and Best U.S. Act. Also read: Robin Thicke, Snoop Dogg, Imagine Dragons and Afrojack Join MTV Ema Performers The singer joins previously announced performers Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Kings of Leon, Icona Pop, Snoop Dogg, Afrojack, Imagine Dragons, »
- Jethro Nededog
31 October 2013 4:21 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Cologne, Germany – Bruno Mars is the latest popstar to sign up for a live performance at this year's MTV European Music Awards. Mars, currently on the European leg of his worldwide Moonshine Jungle Tour, will drop in at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on Nov. 11 to take the stage for the 2013 EMAs. The singer is nominated for 3 EMAs this year, including Best Male, Best U.S. Act and Best Song for Locked Out of Heaven. Photos: Miley Cyrus' Most Controversial Moments Other confirmed acts for MTV's European awards show include Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Kings of
- Scott Roxborough
We already know Miss Dynamix are in the sing-off (#prayformissdynamix) after coming bottom in the Flash Vote, but who will join them and face being unceremoniously thrown out into that storm everyone's talking about?
Well, probably not Sam Bailey according to you lot, but given there were more flops than blockbusters last night (we're looking at you, Callahan), we'd say quite a few of them should be practising their losing speech right now.
Join Digital Spy from 8pm as we find out who is going home. Leave your comments below, tweet us - just don't be a stranger, guys.
With that reported $5 million on the table to start her own website, why doesn't Nikki Finke just do it already? Her Twitter rants against Penske Media and its CEO, Jay Penske, continued today with claims that she had been locked out of Deadline Hollywood. She even tweeted a post with the headline: Nikki Finke Is Locked Out Of Deadline, in which she wrote: I have been locked out of the Deadline Hollywood site after founding it 7 1/2 years ago. So don’t expect any more box office. I also just tried to post an exclusive involving Jeff Robinov and Sony Pictures and Gk Films’ Graham King and Dune Capital Management Steve Mnuchin but only the alert went through. What an extremely sad day. Here's the entire tweet cycle: »
- Lindsey Weber
Now That’s What I Call Music! USA is the next hot release from the biggest music brand in the world. American artists have always topped the UK charts so it makes sense that we should celebrate all the biggest hits on one definitive album.
Now That’s What I Call Music! USA has no less than over 60 of the biggest pop & R&B USA hits from our favourite artists from across the pond including Katy Perry, Robin Thicke, Maroon 5, Will.i.am, Jennifer Lopez, Bruno Mars, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake right through to Vanilla Ice and Mc Hammer.
We have three copies of the CD to give away to our readers. Check our the track list below and then enter for your chance to win!
3. The Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling
4. Will.i.iam – Bang »
- Matt Holmes
‘The X Factor’ continued on tonight with more of the “Four Chair Challenge” — and the competition is really heating up as more contestants are being given the boot! Did you agree with the judge’s choices? Let us know!
The “Four Chair Challenge” is very similar to musical chairs — except way more excruciating and emotional. It pained us every time someone got kicked out of their seat, but there are now officially four gals going to the live shows in Demi Lovato‘s Girls group! Do you agree with the choices, HollywoodLifers?
Who Advanced On The ‘X Factor?’
The competition was stiff in the Girls group, consisting of ladies who can mostly belt it out!
Khaya Cohen, 15, sang “Locked Out Of Heaven,” — and seriously, what is it with contestants slowing down songs lately? Unless it’s a perfect arrangement with the right tone, it’s a risky bet — but she made it! »
- Ivy Jacobson
You could call Simon Cowell cruel for introducing the “Four-Chair Challenge” to Season 3 of The X Factor, and you wouldn’t be wrong. Like a cat who toys with semi-conscious chipmunks on his owner’s doorstep, the British crankypants spent an hour tonight slowly snuffing out the hopes and dreams of more than half of the 10 teenage girls left in the competition.
Then again, not all chipmunks are meant to sing — certainly not the one in a crayon-red wig whose screeching rendition of the disco classic “Blame It on the Boogie” made Kelly Rowland’s eyes pop comically — like Spongebob »
- Michael Slezak
‘The X Factor’ has gotten its four groups together, so now the contestants can show us what they’ve really got! Did you agree with the judges’ choices? Let us know!
The first “Four-Chair Challenge” has begun, and the competition has been narrowed — so put your claws away, Simon Cowell! Ten hopefuls performed, with four seats for each group, and the judges could swap people in and out as they pleased! Read on to find out HollywoodLife.com‘s thoughts on the performances!
Kelly Rowland’s Over 25 Group
Kelly Rowland is in charge of the over 25 group, which started the night. Victoria Carriger, the 41-year old raspy-voiced mom, kicked it off with “To Make You Feel My Love.” It was half Norah Jones-y, half hungover-sounding. But Kelly said yes!
Kristine Mirelle, 27, then sang a haunting, jazz cafe rendition of “Oops I Did It Again.” I agreed with Simon »
- Ivy Jacobson
She was just a girl, standing in front of a reality singing competition panel, asking them to love* her.
Unfortunately, said girl (though American) was not Julia Roberts, the boy member of said panel (though British) was not Hugh Grant, and the story wasn’t a Hollywood romcom with a guaranteed happy ending.
Nope, this was The X Factor‘s controversial new “Four Chair Challenge.” And for poor, desperate Allison Davis — and six other contestants like her — the literal and proverbial chair got pulled out from under her “Over 25″ ass, leaving her to land with a thud on a hard bed of crumbled, »
- Michael Slezak
We've narrowed it down to the Top 40 on "The X Factor." Now they will each perform for the judges in the four-chair challenge, which is where the mentors will systematically narrow their 10 acts down to four.
The way it works is each mentor has four chairs to fill and they fill them as they go along, but once they are full, in order to add another act, they must eliminate one. It's not like this is anything new on a singing competition show (narrowing from a few dozen to a pseudo-Top 10) but this format should prove quite dramatic.
The Over 25s
Victoria Carriger is up first, she's the separated mom of eight children. She sings "To Make You Feel My Love" with a very coffeehouse-y vibe. She »
8 September 2013 10:35 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
It's official: Bruno Mars will play the Pepsi Super Bowl Xlviii Halftime Show on Feb. 2, 2014. Reports of the "Locked Out Of Heaven" singer's booking started circulating when the Los Angeles Times broke the news Friday, and were confirmed throughout the weekend. Mars himself made the announcement in Times Square around 12:30 Et Sunday on Fox NFL Sunday, alongside co-hosts Curt Menefee and Terry Bradshaw and analysts Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson, Michael Strahan and Jay Glazer. MTV VMAs: The 5 Biggest Moments A minute-long trailer chronicling Mars' rise as childhood Elvis impersonator to global superstar was posted
- Andrew Hampp, Billboard
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