Grammys

The Knocked Up star had an awkward run-in with her security team at the 2011 Grammys.
The nine-year-old scooped her first ever Grammy during Sunday night's awards show.
“You deserve it, honestly,” Billie said after her Grammy win. “This goes to her. Can we just cheers for Megan Thee Stallion, please?”
The music superstar surpassed country artist Alison Krauss's record for the most Grammy wins by a female artist in history.
But he was definitely not the only celebrity who swore during the ceremony.
Here's our quick run-through of the Grammys moments you might have missed.
The Watermelon Sugar singer took us all back to 1995 with his outfit.
The pair's all-twerking, all-tap-dancing rendition of their chart-topping hit was certainly worth the wait.
Taylor Swift and Megan Thee Stallion also picked up some of the top awards of the night.
The singer performed a medley of Folklore and Evermore songs during the awards show on Sunday night.
The bare-chested singer sang his hit Watermelon Sugar in an eye-catching feather boa.
Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat and Bad Bunny were among the stars who served looks at this year's awards show.
The youngster's feature on the Beyoncé song Brown Skin Girl has earned her a Grammy.
From the red carpet to the main event, here's how you can stay up to speed on the biggest night in music.
From the Brits and the Baftas to the Grammys and the Globes, there have been major changes across the board.
"You owe me, my fans and the industry transparency,” the Blinding Lights singer told the Recording Academy.
J-Lo wore the brand's palm print – which she helped make famous – in a casual outing over the weekend.
There wasn't much to that green chiffon Versace creation, but its impact was HUGE.