He wasn’t in the building, but that didn’t stop Kanye West from dominating Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. The hip-hop superstar swept the rap categories, as his single “All of the Lights” won Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Song. Kanye’s single with Jay-Z, “Otis,” won Best Rap Performance, while Kanye’s album “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” took home Best Rap Album. Chris Brown was also a winner on Sunday.

Making his return to the Grammys since his now infamous altercation with Rihanna in 2009, Chris won the first Grammy of his career with Best R&B Album for “F.A.M.E.” Cee Lo Green and Melanie Fiona’s “Fool For You” also had a successful night, winning Best Traditional R&B Performance and Best R&B Song.

Adele was the evening’s big winner overall. Her hit “Rolling in the Deep” won Record and Song of the Year, while her album “21” claimed Album of the Year.
 Sunday night’s ceremony also took a few moments to recognize Whitney Houston. Host LL Cool J began the ceremony by leading the audience in a prayer, while Jennifer Hudson delivered a performance of Whitney’s hit single “I Will Always Love You.” Rock legend Paul McCartney closed the show by dedicating his performance of “Golden Slumbers” and “Carry That Weight” to Whitney.

 The late Etta James was also remembered on Sunday. Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt teamed up to perform James’ single “A Sunday Kind of Love.”

Other artists who performed on Sunday night included Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and Chris Brown. The 54th Grammy Awards were handed out during a ceremony at Los Angeles’ Staples Center and broadcast live on CBS.

Here are some of the winners at the 54th Grammy Awards: READ MORE

Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, and Smokey Robinson are slated to pay tribute to the late Don Cornelius this week at a second memorial service in his honor. “The Chicago Sun-Times” says the Reverend Jesse Jackson will deliver the eulogy at the service, which is set for Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills, California on Thursday. Donnie McClurkin and George Duke are also expected to perform. READ MORE

Bobbi Kristina Brown, 18yr old daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown was rushed to Cedars- Sanai Hospital in Los Angeles…. This would be her second trip to the hospital since her mother’s death. This time she was taken on a stretcher( according to sources of TMZ). Yesterday Bobbi Kristina, Ray J and Dionne Warrick were all turned away by authorities when arriving to the Beverly Hilton Hotel room. Word has it Bobbi Kristina got into a shouting match with authorities. What’s weird is there have been no reports of dialogue between Bobby Brown and Bobbi Kristina. Hmmmm (scratches head) …

Beyonce Calls Whitney Houston The “Ultimate Legend”

Beyonce says the world lost the “ultimate legend” with the passing of Whitney Houston. The pop megastar has released a statement describing Whitney’s death as “painful.” Beyonce says she’ll always remember being 15-years-old and meeting Whitney for the first time, noting that so many of her life’s memories “are attached to a Whitney Houston song.” Beyonce adds that her career was helped immensely by Houston, who she says “opened doors and provided a blueprint for all of us.” READ MORE

BREAKING NEWS: Whitney Houston Dead at 48


Wow, first Etta James then Don Cornelius, now Whitney Houston.

The Grammy award winning singer was pronounced dead this afternoon. READ MORE

The WAIT IS OVER. Everyone has been wondering what Beyonce and Jay Z‘s daughter Blue Ivy Carter would look like.
Some of us even wondered who would get the story first, and even the pics. Various magazines have offered Jay and Bey up to 14 million dollars for pictures of their darling Blue.
The power couple basically said “that’s baby money” and decided to release pictures of Blue Ivy for free via Tumblr. Check out the first exclusive pics of the beautiful baby girl. READ MORE

Watch : Kanye West & Jay-Z – N*ggas In Paris

We’ve been waiting for months for the visuals to Kanye West & Jay-Z’s huge “N*ggas In Paris” track. And it just dropped. READ MORE

Rescued Dog Bites TV Colorado Anchor During Broadcast

 A dog rescued from an icy pond in the US may be put down after it bit a news anchor during a live television interview. Kyle Dyer was rushed to hospital after being bitten by Max, an Argentine Mastiff, on a Colorado’s 9NEWS morning program on Wednesday morning. Max was on the show after being pulled from a freezing reservoir by a firefighter on Tuesday after it fell through the ice while chasing a coyote. Dyer suffering bite wounds to her face and is in a “fair condition” at Denver Health Medical Centre. “I just adore dogs, but I’m especially happy to meet you after your story yesterday,” READ MORE