Performances by the likes of Tracy Chapman, Joni Mitchell, Billy Joel and Annie Lennox left the audience in awe. Celine Dion presented Taylor Swift with the Grammy for Album of the Year, marking the first time any artist has won the category a record four times. Not to mention, stars including Miley Cyrus, Oprah Winfrey, Meryl Streep, Jay-Z, Mariah Carey and Olivia Rodrigo were seen jamming out in the crowd and catching up between live performances and commercial breaks.
Not every moment from the ceremony made it to the live broadcast. Standing ovations and behind-the-scenes camaraderie were also part of the show, which made the 2024 Grammys a testament to the power and beauty of music.
NetflixIn 2010, M. Night Shyamalan aimed his chest toward the masses and encouraged them to fire their missiles with his live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender, Nickelodeon’s beloved animated series. Shyamalan’s version—simply titled The Last Airbender—was so shoddily made that it earned the director the worst reviews of his entire career. Despite its $150 million budget, a decent box office gross, and its writer-director’s characteristic ambition, The Last Airbender flopped so har
As he spoke at a Bay Area fundraiser today, Joe Biden spotted Katie Couric among the attendees. “Two of your former colleagues, not at the same network, personally told me if he wins, they will have to leave the country because he’s threatened to put them in jail,” Biden said, according to a pool report. …
When Catherine Holstein was 22 and had recently abandoned college, Julie Gilhart, then the fashion director at Barneys, one of the most watched department stores in the world, snapped up her collection of sailor dresses. This was 2006. To find an equivalent 2024 coronation, you’d probably need Pharrell Williams, or at a pinch Kim Kardashian, to blast a young talent across their social media accounts. Times were different then.
The PGA Tour will have to wait for the 15-year-old son of Tiger Woods. In a pre-qualifier for the Cognizant Classic on Thursday, Charlie Woods took a 12 on one hole and shot 86. The teenager didn't make a birdie at Lost Lake Golf Club and tied for 110th among the 112 players who turned in their cards.