Everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Richard Marx to Josh Groban was giving their critiques of the night’s highs and lows.
Kelly Clarkson took the GRAMMY stage not to sing one of her own songs, but instead to pay tribute to two legends.
GRAMMY nominee Michelle Obama has a couple of predictions for this year’s awards show.
What started as simple advice from a mother to her daughter became one of the well-known and beloved songs of 2012.
Billed as a special performance, the Recording Academy announced today, Monday, February 4, that previously announced performer Rihanna will join Bruno Mars and Sting for a special performance on the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards. No additional details were made available at press time, but it is the first time these three legendary performers will take the stage together.
“Was Bill Clinton checking out your butt?” That’s the question Lisa Dent and Ramblin’ Ray of Chicago’s US99.5 posed to Kelly Clarkson during an interview this week.
Radio.com sat Conor Maynard down and made him handicap the field for us — he talks about his favorites and who might take home the GRAMMY.
Kelly Clarkson has been all over the news not only for her stellar performance of “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” during the inauguration, but also for a candid moment with former president Bill Clinton.
It might have been President Obama’s big day, but his second inauguration was also a big moment for Kelly Clarkson. Throughout the day she kept her fans up to speed, tweeting behind the scenes photos and tidbits.
As Beyoncé made her way to the platform to sing the National Anthem, she stopped to kiss the 44th President of United States, Barack Obama, who had been sworn in for his second term only a short time earlier.