Lady Gaga and Robin Thicke walked alongside each other on the carpet where Thicke, who is expecting his third child with pregnant fiancée April Love Geary, introduced Gaga to his son, Julian. "If you see someone that's hurting don't look away". By using the network's streaming service CBS All-Access, users can sign in and gain access to the show or sign up for a free one week trial to watch the event. Her performance sent Twitter abuzz.
"And I know that's true for everybody here".
Obama is now touring to promote her memoir Becoming, which was released in the United States and in 28 languages around the world.
If you ask Alicia Keys, 38, to host your awards show, she's going to kick off the show in an fantastic way.
John Mayer joining Alicia Keys to reunite their Grammy.
In her first time as host, Keys earned largely positive reviews from the internet reviewers of social media.
Michelle said, "Music helps us share ourselves, our dignity and sorrows, our hopes our joys".
Performing a medley of songs by various artists including Jay-Z, Kings Of Leon and Nat King Cole during the ceremony, Keys lived up to her name as she performed the mash-up while managing to play TWO pianos simultaneously. Another legend who celebrated herself in style was Diana Ross, who spent her 75th birthday proving she's still got it with an emotional rendition of "The Best Years of My Life". The Star Is Born actress, 32, and the 8-year-old, whose mom is actress Paula Patton, had a cute moment where she bent down to say hello. Malone and Cardi B were some of the stars joined by a large group of friends and crew. A breathless Cardi B became the first solo woman to win best rap album, Lady Gaga took home the award for best pop duo performance and Dua Lipa was awarded best new artist.
And then she proceeded to show them just how she was going to do that by making sure they started the night off on the right foot.