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While we certainly wouldn't mind hanging out a few seats away from Beyoncé (or in the same room as her, for that matter) there's nothing quite like experiencing the Grammy Awards from the snug, smug domain of the social media universe. In the age of #TrendingTopics and Tumblr, every major pop culture broadcast becomes a breeding ground for viral moments, iconic memes, and parody accounts to be talked about around water coolers for (at least) a few days to come. So from luxe sippy cups to mysterious hats, let's relive the 2014 Grammy Awards via the hilarious commentary of the Twitter lexicon and beyond!
You may have noticed we are getting super pumped over here for the 2014 Grammys, and not just because we like to party with the music industry, although that is a significant factor. History tells us we are guaranteed a spectacle of fashion and live performances, as well as a wealth of premium WTF moments at the awards show. From acceptance speech hijackings and blunders to soy bombs, join us as we countdown to Grammy night with a look back at the top 10 most ridiculous moments in Grammy Awards history.
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards aren't until Sunday but the music industry has decided to get a head start on the festivities. There are award ceremonies leading up to the awards (go figure), pre-parties, concerts, and gifting suites happening across L.A. from now all the way through to the after parties following the show. Grammy Week tends to be the most fun of the awards season lot because if anyone knows how to throwdown, it is the music industry. It would be a shame to miss out on what might be L.A.'s biggest open bar week of all, so we present to you our 2013 Grammy Week Party Guide with all the top events going down. Navigate your party path wisely and enjoy the musical takeover while it lasts.
All good things must come to an end, and whether you really think the 2012 Grammys were a good thing (how you feel about Adele will probably determine that), they, too, are now over. But as might befit a giant party the music industry throws for itself, they did not go quietly, and we were on hand to witness the L.A. Convention Center transformed into a Rio-style Carnival, complete with lights, dancers, and, of course, Kenny Loggins. More»
Here's the thing about Awards weekends: by the time the actual event, in this case the Grammy Awards, rolls around on Sunday, you're already so exhausted from the consistent rush of red carpets, open bars and live exclusive performances that not everybody still has their "A" game left over (see Minaj, Nicki). Luckily, everyone still had enough left in the tank on Friday, when actors and pop stars alike came out for OK! Magazine's pre-party at TRU Hollywood, featuring live performances by Flo Rida and Pia Toscano. More»
Last night, the music industry and Val Kilmer stepped out in droves for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards in downtown L.A. For us, that means the gift that keeps on giving that is awards season fashion gave us a whole new set of red carpet looks to size up. Let's take a gander at some of the night's best, worst, and just plain fugly looks that sauntered down the carpet. More»
With Grammy Weekend now officially upon us, Awards Season has kicked into high gear. And while that's the closest we get to business time out here, don't stress it– after all, our definition of "business" is pretty interchangeable with "open bar." And this may be the biggest open bar week of all, so for your, um, business needs, we present our Official GofG L.A. 2012 Grammy Weekend Party Guide, your one-stop resource for all the parties, after-parties, hotel lobbies, and everything in between. More»
The Grammy Awards are upon us once again, but it's been a busy week here in New York. Between the Giants Super Bowl win last Sunday and the start of Fashion Week, few of us have even had time to give thought to the biggest music event of the year. There's just over 48 hours until the Grammys, but there's still time to get filled in on the most important details of what's sure to be a memorable show! More»
Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy attend the premiere of their new movie This Means War at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre; Lana Del Rey performs at the Grammy Awards' Producer's and Engineers Wing Event; The Jonas Brothers and Bryan Greenberg kick off "Rock The Vote" at Fred Segal; Essence Magazine honors Kelly Rowland and Sylvia Rhone in the 3rd annual Black Women In Music Event; Courteney Cox and the cast of "Cougar Town" attend their premiere screening in Beverly Hills; The Grammys celebrate themselves with a Grammy Glam party featuring Erykah Badu and DJ Spinderella—the parties kept on rolling through Tuesday and Wednesday here in Los Angeles and we've got the details on what went down in this installment of Last Night's Parties! More»
Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.