The question then remains: should a great actor receive an Oscar, not for the role he is nominated for, but because he has been passed over time and again?
The Oscars are the Superbowl of awards seasons. To get ready for the close ups that are tweeted round the world, A-listers kick up their styling regimens into overdrive.
With so many advances being made in entertainment, and so many allies for the LGBT community being outspoken about equal rights, why are we turning around and complaining about their help?
Whether you like her music or not, you cannot deny her tenacity. But unfortunately, not even Beyoncé herself is letting us see that side of her as much anymore.
Everybody is raving about the performance of Jayonce's Drunk in Love. I must agree it was a great way to open the Grammy's. Who wouldn't want to see B...
Fresh from winning three Grammy Awards for his work with Daft Punk on their ubiquitous smash, "Get Lucky," legendary songwriter/musician/producer, Nile Rodgers, chatted about life, art and a new honor: his being selected for ICON MANN's "28 Men of Change."
This woman is who she is today because of the risks and sacrifices that she has made, which has enabled her to build an amazing iconic brand. So instead of being floored by how the icon has inched her way into a size 2, what can we really learn from Beyoncé when it comes to successfully building our own empire?
I love music. I was actually in the music business for about five years after we sold our hair care company in 2002, John Frieda PHC. It was a roller ...
In shedding my ideas about why sexually empowered women are somehow bad or dirty, I started feeling more comfortable with my own sexual nature. Not judging myself has been the first step truly appreciating and exploring female sexuality.
I'm not someone who likes one style of music either. I'm an equal opportunity listener. In fact, there are few things I just won't listen to. So Grammy night is always a day I look forward to.
Drawn in by her adorableness and very nice legs, I found my eyes glued to the screen. "Who is this chick?" I thought, half genuinely curious, half just thinking she was attractive. Then I heard, "Kiss lots of boys, or kiss lots of girls if that's what you're into," and it was as if a thunderbolt had struck!
The award that used to praise the best of the best in the music world no longer reflects such quality, and instead has become a parade of flashy performances, highlighting the artists that had the most commercial success.
In an age where music artists blow up and burn out in the blink of an eye, Tribbett's Grammy victory this past Sunday proves that doing what you love and know best might be the greatest achievement in the end.
On Sunday night's Grammy Awards, Queen Latifah presided over the wedding of 33 couples -- gay and straight -- live on TV. It was sort of touching, sort of corny. I personally actually found the entire number surprisingly moving, but was less surprised by the instant backlash on social media.
When you overlook Paula Patton's absurd lion motif and zebra-print dress because there are worse wardrobes in sight, it's an indication that these people, their stylists and some designers must be conspiring against the rest of us.
Macklemore has become a beacon of white gay hope and the face of "progress." As an independent artist, his fame and wealth are truly surprising and almost inspiring. However, he does a more destructive and problematic work, and his success, as validated by his new Grammy awards, speak to a larger injustice.