There’s a lot of singing going on at this year’s Oscars…is it too much?
“Siri, find me a list of ferret riddles.” — @ZooeySiri
And it’s just as epic as a James Bond theme song should be.
Award ceremonies are intended to celebrate the best and brightest talent, yet the shows themselves are often dull, lengthy and awkward. Although this year’s Grammy Awards clocked the highest ratings in decades (RIP Whitney), we were again reminded why we don’t really pay attention to these things. Especially this one.
Adele pretty much swept the Grammy’s last night, winning all six categories she was nominated for, while Foo Fighters took all the Rock awards and Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to Whitney.
Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” really got people going. Here’s clips of more than 70 folks giving it their best: solo and group efforts, young and old alike, all over the world.
The 2012 Grammy nominations are out and we’ve got the list.
A simple but beautiful clip for Adele’s new single.
Adele talks about “Someone Like You,” what it means to her, and performs a version of the track from her breakthrough album 21, live in her home.
Adele dominated this year’s MTV VMAs, with this clip winning all the technical awards: Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Direction and Best Editing. Impressive.