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Grammy Awards

6 Jan
This year's Grammy Awards ceremony honoring top performances in music has been postponed indefinitely because of the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, organizers said on Wednesday. The Grammy Awards have been postponed for a second year in a row, with organisers on Wednesday citing a surge in cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant.
6 Jan 2021
The Grammy Awards ceremony due to take place on Jan. 31 has been postponed to March 14 because of the coronavirus surge in Los Angeles, organizers said on Tuesday. This report produced by Libby Hogan.
29 Jan 2020
Lizzo Ariana Grande Usher and Lil Nas X Ozzy Osbourne and Kelly Osbourne Ty Hunter Esperanza Spalding Billie Eilish Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Shania Twain Shawn Mendes FKA twigs Diplo Billy Porter H.E.R. Jonas Brothers Chrissy Teigen and John Legend DJ Khaled Tyler, the Creator BTS
12 Feb 2019
Big Winners at the 2019 Grammy Awards Childish Gambino A.K.A. Donald Glover had the biggest night of all. Glover's "This Is America" brought home awards for ​record of the year, song of the year, ​best rap/sung collaboration and video of the year.
11 Feb 2019
Michelle Obama makes a surprise appearance at 2019 Grammy Awards. The popular former first lady appeared on stage with host Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez.
4 Dec 2018
The nominations for the 2019 Grammy Awards will be announced Friday, Dec. 7. The nominations were originally planned for Wednesday, Dec. 5.
17 Apr 2018
On Monday, The Pulitzer Prizes described the album ‘DAMN’ was nominated for multiple Grammy awards and went on to win best rap album of the year at the Grammys. Across Lamar's platinum-selling major label albums.
29 Jan 2018
Hilary Clinton reads an excerpt from the controversial book 'Fire and Fury' at Grammy Awards.
29 Jan 2018
Bruno Mars beats Jay-Z and Kendrick Lamar for the top Grammy Awards, but the surprise star of the night was former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reading from Michael Wolff's controversial book "Fire and Fury."
28 Jan 2018
Hundreds of police and security officers will be on duty as celebrities gather for the 2018 Grammy Awards in New York City.
15 Dec 2017
Timaya could be the first to get a Grammy Awards.
10 May 2017
Spike Lee welcomes the 2018 Grammy Awards to New York City.

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