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  1. A Guide to the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards

    2:15 pm 2/13/2017

    The awards will be handed out Feb. 19.Read more

  2. Grammys: Adele and Beyonce Generate Most Discussion on Facebook, Twitter

    1:51 pm 2/13/2017

    Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Rihanna and Chance the Rapper also sparked social chatter on Sunday night.Read more

  3. Adele Apologizes for Dropping F-Bomb During Halted George Michael Tribute | THR News

    11:41 am 2/13/2017

    "I'm sorry for swearing and sorry for starting again, can we please start it again? I'm sorry, I can't mess this up for him," said Adele during her George Michael tribute at the Grammys on Sunday (Feb. 12). Read more

  4. Lin-Manuel Miranda on 'The Little Mermaid,' Hip-Hop, Emily Blunt and More | Fishing For Answers

    10:43 am 2/13/2017

    "'The Band Wagon' and 'Singin' in the Rain' are the greatest movie musicals of all time," said Miranda.Read more

  5. Why Adele Beat Beyonce and How This Year's Grammys Will Be Remembered

    10:10 am 2/13/2017

    A non-Adele year and Beyonce likely struts to the podium, but all the timeliness in the world couldn't give 'Lemonade' the edge over an uncontroversial commercial behemoth like '25.'Read more

  6. Amazon's Ted Hope to Get Honor at Entertainment Finance Forum

    9:50 am 2/13/2017

    The forum will take place March 2 at the W Hollywood. Read more

  7. Grammy Poll: Which Performance Was the Best?

    9:25 am 2/13/2017

    The nearly four-hour telecast included performances by Beyonce, Adele, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry, along with a tribute to Prince featuring Bruno Mars.Read more

  8. Oscars: 'Hell or High Water' Producers on Fighting Off Rattlesnakes, Heat Stroke in the New Mexico Desert

    9:00 am 2/13/2017

    Carla Hacken and Julie Yorn spoke to THR about how they survived high desert hazards and their stars’ incompatible schedules to get the film made "come hell or high water."Read more

  9. 2017 Grammys: The Most Political Moments | THR News

    8:17 am 2/13/2017

    From James Corden's opening monologue to Joy Villa's controversial fashion statement on the red carpet, the Grammys got political on Sunday (Feb. 12). Read more

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