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32 Actors You Forgot Appeared on 'Grey's Anatomy'

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Rare Vintage Photos of Lucille Ball's Life at Home

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Rare Photos From Princess Diana and Prince Charles' Wedding

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Hottest Hunks! See the Best Dressed Men at the 2023 Grammys: Pics

Handsome hitmakers! Fan-favorite artists arrived at the 2023 Grammys in looks that could kill. Grammy Awards 2023 Red Carpet Fashion: See What the Stars Wore Read article The moment men stepped onto the red carpet at the Crypto.com Arena on Sunday, February 5, our hearts skipped a beat. From sleek tuxedos to classy jackets and lots of bling, these stars slayed at the soirée. A handful of dapper dudes including Trevor Noah, Offset and Dwayne Johnson all rocked sleek suits. Harry Styles, nominated for multiple awards including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and more for his album Harry’s House, wore a gorgeous ensemble by Egonlab. The “Adore You” singer took home the trophy for Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year. The custom-made romper featured a checkered design embellished with Swarovski crystals. The “Watermelon Sugar” singer’s stunning fit and adorable dimples obviously landed him on our hottest hunks list. For his second look of the night, the “As It Was” singer took the stage and dazzled Us with a matching silver set including a tinsel-like fringe. He dressed the look up with a pair of sneakers. The Very Best Fashion Moments in the History of the Grammys Read article Another fine fella was Machine Gun Kelly. He commanded attention on the red carpet in a custom Dolce & Gabbana getup. The garb included a silver suit and was finished with floral details. To add even more bling to the ensemble, the “Bloody Valentine” singer donned a diamond harness layered over the jacket and silver nose rings. One of the most talked about looks at the 65th annual awards show was Pharrell Williams’ number. He stunted a red leather jacket underneath a fur cape and sunglasses that were lined with pearls. In order to view the video, please allow Manage Cookies For the third year in a row, the Grammys were hosted by comedian Trevor Noah. Stars including Lizzo, Luke Combs, Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige and more are expected to perform. The awards will air from 8-11:30 p.m. ET and viewers can livestream it on CBS as well as Paramount+. The former Daily Show host opened up to Essence magazine about how he feels to be hosting the awards again. “I’m really grateful to be doing this for a third time. You don’t expect to do the Grammys once, and you don’t expect for them to call you back twice,” he said. He continued to gush that due to the pandemic affecting the previous two shows, “this year’s going to be a huge celebration.” Grammy Awards 2023: Everything to Know Read article Keep scrolling to see all these stylish studs and more who graced the red carpet at the 2023 Grammys.


NBC Universal Reportedly Cancels Jay Leno's Garage Television Series

Jay Leno's Garage ran for seven seasons on CNBC. It's unclear if the YouTube channel will be unaffected.


Kim Petras Becomes The First Transgender Woman To Win Grammy For Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

Kim Petras just made Grammys history. On Sunday night, she and Sam Smith took home the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their hit single “Unholy”. Petras is the first transgender woman to win the award, a big moment for the trans community. "Sam [Smith] graciously wanted me to accept this award, because I'm


Prince Harry Recalls Queen Elizabeth's Reaction to His Royal Exit

"She knew what was going on, she knew how hard it was."


Rules You Didn't Know 'The Voice' Contestants Have to Follow

Singers don't get to choose their own songs?! Since 2011, The Voice has remained a fan-favorite singing competition, known for the hilarious banter between all of the A-list singers who've sat in those famous spinning red chairs. The premise is simple: If an artist passes the blind audition, they choose their celebrity coach and move on to the competition part of the show. If contestants want to bring home the $100,000 prize and a record deal with Universal Music Group, though, they have to work hard — and follow a set of rules. From what goes on behind the scenes during the battle rounds to the contestants' intense wardrobe makeovers, read on to learn everything there is to know about appearing on The Voice.


‘65th Annual Grammys’ Review: Beyoncé Is Done Both Right and Wrong, in a Show Sent Into Overdrive by Epic Hip-Hop Medley

How many classic hip-hop stars can dance on the head of a pin? We got something close to an answer to that question via a medley on the Grammy Awards telecast that featured close to three dozen rap legends quickly doing their thing, over the course of 15 minutes that never flagged for a second.


Excited Dog Slips Down Waterslide

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Million-dollar comics: Superman better than Spider-Man and Batman

The first copy of Superman, year 1939, set an impressive record. Spider-Man and Batman chase. The article Million dollar comics: Superman better than Spider-Man and Batman comes from Collectme.com.


The Most Anticipated Netflix Original Movies of 2023

With Chris Hemsworth, Pamela Anderson, and Adam Sandler on the docket, buckle up—it’s going to be a big year for you and your couch. Attention movie theater lovers: I hate to say it, but 2023 might be the year of Netflix. The streamer just dropped a trailer for its upcoming releases, and it looks like Netflix has quite a few surprises up its sleeve. As usual, the streaming service will also release loads of new television series too, but Netflix seems hellbent on rounding out their original films. Is the streamer returning to its roots? After all, Netflix was originally a movie-delivery service—and after obliterating Blockbuster, not once, but twice, this is the least it could do. Moving on. This year, Netflix will offer its subscribers a host of new films, hailing from every genre imaginable. The early offerings include the tell-all documentary, Pamela, A Love Story, along with the delightful looking rom-com, Your Place or Mine, and (hopefully!) more time in the bunker with Chris Hemsworth in Extraction 2. So buckle up — it’s going to be a big year for you and your couch. To make the selection process easier, dear reader, Esquire has parsed through the streamers upcoming releases and curated a list of what should be on your watchlist.


35 Rare Photos of Drew Barrymore Through the Years

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Taylor Swift Dances the Night Away at the 2023 Grammys

Taylor Swift’s night at the 2023 Grammys kicked off at the awards show’s non-televised Premiere Ceremony when she took home best music video for All Too Well: The Short Film, bringing her career wins to 12. Swift came into the night with three other nominations: song of the year for “All Too Well (10 Minute


The Most Famous TV and Movie Mistakes Ever

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14 Seinfeld Fun Facts You Haven't Heard Before

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Why Ben Affleck had everyone talking at the 2023 Grammys, more of the the biggest moments you missed

These were the most talked-about moments from the 2023 Grammys!


40 Photos of Carrie Fisher's Incredible Life, Including Her Time in 'Star Wars'

She was not only an iconic actress but also a New York Times best-selling author.


The 25 greatest movie shootouts

Ever since Justus D. Barnes fired his pistol directly at the camera at the end of 1903's "The Great Train Robbery", filmmakers have been smitten with the poetry of gun violence.


Your Favorite Stars From 'Lost,' Then and Now

See what happened to the stars after they left the island.


20 Truly Chilling Pictures of the Aftermath of Chernobyl

These photos will stop you in your tracks.


When You Re-Watch the Indiana Jones Movies, Make Sure You Do It in the Right Order

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Trevor Noah Jokes About Classified Documents as Jill Biden Attends Grammys

What’s an awards season without a little controversy? The Grammy Awards are known to entertain viewers, but when it comes to showstopping — and head-turning — musical rifts, it’s had its fair share. From Bob Dylan’s 1998 performance – that was famously interrupted by New York-based artist Michael Portnoy — to “Blame It On The Rain” duo Milli Vanilli’s award for Best New Artist in 1990, Us Weekly is looking back at the most contentious moments in history. Will Smith, for his part, expressed his frustration after the Recording Academy announced in 1989 that they were debuting a new category — Best Rap Performance — just to reveal it wasn’t going to be televised. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum opted to skip the awards show that year due to the decision. More recently, former recording academy president Neil Portnow came under fire for his controversial comments about women needing to “step up” during the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in 2018. Many stars were quick to express their disdain — including Kelly Clarkson. “A confused soul said women need to ‘step up’ their A-game if they wanna start winning and you know what, I’m not even mad at ignorance,” the American Idol alum tweeted at the time. “I’m just gonna kindly point you in the direction of my A-game album I recently dropped.” In order to view the video, please allow Manage Cookies In January 2021, The Weeknd shut down the concept of award shows when his critically acclaimed album After Hours did not receive a single Grammy nomination. “I use a sucker punch as an analogy. Because it just kind of hit me out of nowhere,” the musician told Billboard two months after the snub. “I definitely felt … I felt things. I don’t know if it was sadness or anger. I think it was just confusion. I just wanted answers. Like, ‘What happened?’ We did everything right, I think.” At the time, the Canada native explained that it wasn’t about him being “cocky” or “arrogant” for expecting a nomination, adding, “People told me I was going to get nominated. The world told me. Like, ‘This is it; this is your year.’ We were all very confused.” For The Weeknd, his snub was part of a much bigger issue within the entertainment industry. “Look, I personally don’t care anymore. I have three Grammys, which mean nothing to me now, obviously. It’s not like, ‘Oh, I want the Grammy!’ It’s just that this happened, and I’m down to get in front of the fire, as long as it never happens again,” he noted. “In the last 61 years of the Grammys, only 10 Black artists have won Album of the Year. I don’t want to make this about me. That’s just a fact.” Recording Academy chair and interim president/CEO Harvey Mason Jr. responded to The Weeknd’s headline making reaction, telling Rolling Stone in a statement, “I was surprised and can empathize with what he’s feeling. His music this year was excellent, and his contributions to the music community and broader world are worthy of everyone’s admiration.” Scroll down for the most controversial moments from the Grammys over the years:


Film gimmicks that worked (and a few that didn't)

For the majority of its existence, the motion picture industry has thrived on its ability to give audiences an experience they can't replicate at home.


The late Queen Elizabeth's only sister, Margaret: the story of her beloved friend


Iran singer who faces prison wins Grammy for protest anthem

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — An Iranian singer who faces possible prison time for his song that's become an anthem to the ongoing protests shaking the Islamic Republic wept early Monday after seeing he'd won a Grammy. Shervin Hajipour appeared stunned after hearing Jill Biden, the wife of President Joe Biden, announce he'd won the Grammy's ne...


39 Celebrities and Their Vintage Doppelgängers

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Viola Davis Earns EGOT Status After Winning First Grammy Award

Viola Davis has officially joined the legendary ranks of EGOT status, meaning she has impressively earned an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award throughout her entertainment career. Davis added her first Grammy to her trophy collection on Sunday for her performance of the audiobook for her memoir “Finding Me”. The 57-year-old actress became the fourth


20 Controversial Character Exits on Television That We're Still Upset About

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25 Music Legends Who Never Won a Grammy

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Quadruple threats: celebrities with EGOT status

An EGOT winner is a multi-talented celebrity who has been awarded an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony (or multiples). It's quite the status, and fortunately the list continues to grow. Viola Davis has earned the final jewel in her EGOT crown at the 2023 Grammys where she took home the trophy for Best Audio Book, Narration and Storytelling Recording for 'Finding Me: A Memoir.' "I wrote this book to honour the six-year-old Viola," Davis said in her speech. "To honour her life, her joy, her trauma, everything." She is the 18th person to ever win the stunning achievement, and only the third Black woman in history. She previously won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for 'Fences,' an Emmy for her work on 'How To Get Away With Murder,' and she has two Tony Awards for her theater work in the plays 'King Hedley II' (2001) and 'Fences' (2010). "I just EGOT!" the famed actress remarked upon her Grammy win. Check out this gallery and take a look back at superstars of past and present who made Hollywood history across all the major award shows.


The 30 best Beatles songs that weren't No. 1 hits in the U.S.

20 different Beatles songs hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. And yet, that isn’t the end of the Beatles’ quality output.


Brandi Carlile's Wife and Daughters Adorably Introduce Her Performance at the 2023 Grammys

The singer-songwriter and her wife Catherine have been married since 2012 and share daughters Evangeline and Elijah


Katie Taylor vs. Amanda Serrano 2: Misfits sensation Elle Brooke makes her prediction

Everyone is talking about Taylor vs. Serrano 2.


King Charles Is Reportedly “in Talks” to Hit Back at Prince Harry in a New Interview

King Charles might give his side of the story in a landmark BBC interview.


Every M. Night Shyamalan movie, ranked

M. Night Shyamalan's body of work is a bit like one of his films. There are plot twists, disasters, and moments of hope, and you never know what you'll get when you press play.


Bad Guys Wear Black: Scandals and incidents that have tarnished the All Blacks


The Beatles, Elton John, Beyoncé... The most outrageous Grammy snubs in history


Why Archie won't attend King Charles' coronation - but George and Charlotte likely will

Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, three, will celebrate his birthday on May 6 this year - which will clash with another very important royal event.


The most expensive scene in The Office: not the one you'd expect


Ashton Kutcher Never Wanted to Reveal His Vasculitis Diagnosis

The actor talked about the health scare while filming 'Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge' in a conversation he hoped would remain private.


'Yellowstone' Fans, We Found Your Next Favorite Shows

We know what we're doing this weekend... Yellowstone was the most-watched show on TV last year, and for good reason. The Dutton family drama truly has it all, from drama to action to romance. And we can't get enough of that gorgeous Montana setting. But if there's one thing the show doesn't have, it's enough episodes to keep us occupied! And even though season 5 came back on November 13 with a whopping 14 episodes, we still are left wanting more. That's where this list comes in! We rounded up 20 shows worth watching if Yellowstone left you yearning for more family drama. Where some of the shows portray the same Wild West ideals (hello, Deadwood and Longmire), others (like The Sopranos and Sons of Anarchy) hone in on the crime and family drama aspects that Yellowstone viewers have come to know, love, and expect with each episode. The good news? All of these shows are available to stream online through apps like HBO Max, Netflix, Paramount+, Prime Video, and Hulu. Now, as we wait for November 13, the only question is which show will fill the void?


Cool Photos of Celebrities at Home in the '90s

These vintage photos of Jim Carrey, Wayne Gretsky, Jerry Springer and more '90s stars in their homes will have you feeling nostalgic.


Royal Family Members Doppelgängers

Did you know people make a living as royal doubles?These doppelgängers look strikingly like the royalsGet to know them in our video! Just as there are rehearsals for weddings and other important events, British royal engagements need to be rehearsed and people are asked to stand in for the royals at this time. These are the royal doppelgängers. The Royal Family Members Doppelgängers For three decades, Ella Slack, a former employee of the BBC,...


Elizabeth and Philip: their love story in photos


39 Actors Who Turned Down Iconic Movie Roles

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What the Cast of Princess Bride is Doing Now

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