Skip to main content
Got a tip?
Newsletters

Grammys 2021

Grammy Awards Move to Monday for 2022 Awards Show

Next year's ceremony will take place at the end of January in the same window as the show has aired in recent years and will return to L.A.'s Staples Center.

Taylor Swift’s Oscar de la Renta Dress and More Grammys-Inspired Pieces to Shop Now

From crystal-encrusted Chanel brooches to cat-eye glasses like the ones worn by Beyonce, these pieces will help you channel the standout looks from music's big night

TV Ratings: Grammys Suffer Steep Fall in Early Numbers

Like many other recent awards shows, Sunday's telecast was way down from 2020.

Critic’s Notebook: Powerful Performances — and Technical Flair — Make for a Gratifying Grammys

With rousing renditions from Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B, Lil Baby, BTS, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Haim and Billie Eilish, CBS got a big show out of music's big night.

Grammys Snubs: Roddy Ricch, Phoebe Bridgers Shut Out Despite Multiple Nominations

Justin Bieber only won one of the four awards for which he was nominated, after complaining about his album 'Changes' being placed in pop categories.

Grammys: Beyonce and Taylor Swift Set Records, Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B Get Racy, and More Memorable Moments

Among other highlights, Taylor Swift, Megan Thee Stallion made her return to the Grammys stage, while Trevor Noah served as host and Mickey Guyton gave a powerful performance of "Black Like Me."

Grammys: Billie Eilish’s “Everything I Wanted” Wins Record of the Year

Billie Eilish won record of the year for "Everything I Wanted" during Sunday's 63rd annual Grammy Awards.

“I Feel Like A Gift”: Megan Thee Stallion On Her Grammys Look

“Our inspiration was Old Black Hollywood glamour; the dress fit that inspiration perfectly, and the color was outstanding,” says stylist Eric Archibald of the Grammy winner's Dolce & Gabbana…

BTS Pays Tribute to Grammys in “Dynamite” Performance

This year, the group earned a Grammy nom for best pop duo/group performance, making them the first Korean pop group to receive a major Grammy nomination.

Beyonce Breaks Grammys Record as Most Awarded Female Artist of All Time

Beyoncé made history during the 2021 Grammy Awards by breaking the record for most Grammy wins ever by a female artist and by any singer male or female. 

Grammys Use Outdoor Stage, Distanced Tables With Masked Guests for COVID-19-Era Show

The awards ceremony also featured employees from music venues that have struggled amid a lack of live entertainment during the pandemic.

Grammys: Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B Bring Racy “WAP” Performance

Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B brought plenty of body and savage style to the 63rd annual Grammy Awards with their tandem performance of "WAP."