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2017 Grammy Awards Recap: Big moments, Big Winners

2017 Grammy Awards Recap: Big moments, Big Winners

Adele triumphs — and pays tribute to Beyoncé: Fifteen months after sweeping back onto the scene with "25," Adele dominated the 59th Grammy Awards, nailing album, record and song of the year — matching her sweep of the top categories in 2012 — along with pop vocal album and pop vocal performance.

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WATCH: Adele Curses, Restarts During George Michael Tribute Song at Grammys

WATCH: Adele Curses, Restarts During George Michael Tribute Song at Grammys

Adele apologized to George Michael after flubbing a tribute performance to the late singer during the Grammys. Singing a slowed-down version of the pop icon’s 1996 song “Fastlove,” Adele seemed to suffer an audio malfunction and stopped the performance — but not before cursing at her mistake.

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Melissa McCarthy Returns as Sean ‘Spicy’ Spicer Defending Trump in ‘Saturday Night Live’ White House Press Briefing

Melissa McCarthy Returns as Sean 'Spicy' Spicer Defending Trump in 'Saturday Night Live' White House Press Briefing

Melissa McCarthy took Sean Spicer’s advice to cut back on her rampant gum chewing on “Saturday Night Live.” The actress returned to the sketch comedy stage to portray a new and more subdued “Spicy” after last week’s acclaimed episode as the stressed out White House spokesman.

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Remembering Whitney Houston 5 Years Later

Remembering Whitney Houston 5 Years Later - Sostre News

Today marks the five-year anniversary of the shocking death of superstar singer Whitney Houston. From her stellar vocals and killer style to her acting chops, there’s no question Whitney Houston will have an everlasting influence on pop culture.

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Oscar Predictions: Why Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone Won’t Win

Oscar Predictions: Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone Won't Win

If you haven't seen La La Land by now, then I don't even need to tell you that you're missing out because your friends already have. It's a movie that needs to be seen at least once because its been nominated 14 times, tied with Titanic (1997) and All About Eve (1959) for most Oscar noms ever. But La La Land won't break the record for most Oscar wins because Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone weren't given roles that the Academy likes to reward.

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