Rolling in the Grammys
The BBoys get a little help from the kids on "Surfer Girl," "Wouldn't It Be Nice" and "Good Vibrations."
In case you missed it, a look at the animated Chipotle ad featuring Willie Nelson covering Coldplay's "The Scientist."
It's Rihanna! It's Coldplay! It's a combination Rihanna and Coldplay monstrosity!
Chris Brown, undoubtedly the night's most divisive performer, does a set of mostly positive tracks.
The country duet is plagued with mic issues and awkwardness, but still has a lot of highly above-average singing.
Etta James gets a subdued, stripped-down tribute.
The Boss kicks things off with a rousing (is there any other kind?) rendition of his new single.
Deadmau5 put his digits on his shirt. This is some sort of ultimate drop, no?
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The Beyonce of 2NE1 prepares to spread her wings and slay.
What's your favorite song by the Divine Nine?
The boys get a bonus. How will they use it?
Like a Rolling Stone? Try Like a FOX!
A famous woman expressed her opinion. A famous man threatened to beat her for it. She apologized.
Saying "sh*t" twice was not the weirdest thing that happened.
Smacking famous pop stars has not proved an effective way to get people to like you, Keef!
Cue celebratory chicken dance!
Do you know the secret history of "Heart Attack"?
They were meant for fame, and fame was meant for them...
By going public, Jolie has brought widespread attention to an issue that does have controversial elements.
What does success mean for Beyonce?
They better not be playin' games with our hearts.
This man is dressed like Psy, but he is not Psy.
That Lee Hyori reign just won't let up!