The Grammy Awards weren’t all great hair and fashion. Oh no, there were some broad, busty mistakes. And of course we chronicled all of your favorite musicians’ fashion transgressions. Click through to see who wore it worst.
Last night’s Grammy Awards was a bit of a somber affair, as the music industry was mourning the sudden death of Whitney Houston. Many stars walked the red carpet in understated black, white, and cream gowns, many of which made our best dressed list. Click on to see whose looks we loved!
Last night, Adele was up for six Grammy Awards and took them all home. She also performed “Rolling In The Deep” for the first time since having throat surgery (she even thanked her doctors in one of her acceptance speeches). Check out her performance above and her adorable acceptance speech for Album of the Year after the jump. Keep reading »
“I don’t understand why it’s so horrible to create an image of yourself, because that’s what pop music is. Even the celebrities who seem to be really real and down to earth still separate themselves from their image, so I don’t get it. I feel like people think she’s threatening because she’s all these things that women aren’t allowed to be, so people are trying to find the quality that isn’t genuine, and want to take away credit that she, you know, made herself.”
– An incredibly wise beyond her years Tavi Gevinson defends Lana Del Rey in an off-the-cuff interview with NYMag.com. Of Lana’s much criticized performance on “Saturday Night Live,” Tavi admitted it “wasn’t good,” but it also was “proof to people who think she has a whole team behind her that she wasn’t that trained.” Whatever you think of Del Rey’s music, Tavi is exactly right — first, Lana was trashed for having a too-perfectly crafted image, then she was trashed for not living up to that image in her first major television appearance. Which is it? [NYMag.com]
This weekend, the music industry lost an incomparable talent with the death of singer Whitney Houston, at the much-too-young age of 48. Here’s a look back at her career and life in pictures.