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Last Night, the Grammys Turned Back Into an Awards Show

There were some incredible moments, from the hip-hop medley to a nearly perfect In Memorium segment. But with too much shtick and not enough music, the 2023 Grammys missed the high mark of recent editions

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Oscar-winning director dishes on new film Magic Mike’s Last Dance, why this year’s Oscars is a big deal, recommending the Russo brothers to Kevin Feige and more


Grammys 2023: The Best, Worst, and Most WTF Moments

Bad Bunny's blazing performance, Kim Petras' powerful speech, and a spectacular tribute to hip-hop made this night sing. But about that Album of the Year win....

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