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James Corden Returning to Host the Grammys in 2018

James Corden will once again serve as host of the Grammys!

The 38-year-old Late Late Show host was revealed to be the 2018 emcee during the 2017 CBS Upfronts on Wednesday (May 17) in New York City.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of James Corden

As you probably know, James hosted this year’s ceremony where he opened with a rap.

He also stopped by the Turner presentation that day.

WHAT DO YOU THINK of James coming back to host next year?

10+ pictures inside of James Corden at the Upfronts in NYC…More Here! »

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Future EGOT Winners - These Stars Are One Award Away!

There are lots of stars who are just one award from achieving the coveted EGOT honor – a distinction given to those who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony – so let’s recap who is almost there!

Lin-Manuel Miranda has the chance to become an EGOT winner at the 2017 Oscars thanks for his nomination for Best Original Song for “How Far I’ll Go” from the movie Moana.

Some of the other stars who are waiting to achieve the EGOT include Barbra Streisand, Julie Andrews, Elton John, and Helen Mirren.

There are some celebs, like Barbra, who actually do have one of each award, but one of them was achieved through a non-competitive win, which doesn’t count for the EGOT.

Click through the slideshow to find out who might achieve EGOT in the future…

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Recording Academy President Responds to Grammy Diversity Questions: 'I Don't Think There's a Race Problem'

Artists including Solange Knowles and Frank Ocean have recently spoken out about the Grammys and race, and now, Recording Academy President Neil Portnow is answering questions in a new interview.

A black artist has not won Album of the Year since Herbie Hancock in 2008. At the ceremony on Sunday, Adele won the award for 25 over Beyonce‘s Lemonade.

“I don’t think there’s a race problem at all,” Neil told Pitchfork. “Remember, this is a peer-voted award. So when we say the Grammys, it’s not a corporate entity—it’s the 14,000 members of the Academy. They have to qualify in order to be members, which means they have to have recorded and released music, and so they are sort of the experts and the highest level of professionals in the industry. It’s always hard to create objectivity out of something that’s inherently subjective, which is what art and music is about,” Neil said.

Click inside to read more of his answer about race and the Grammys…More Here! »

Metallica's Lars Ulrich Talks Microphone Not Working At The Grammys: 'We Didn't Know'

Metallica‘s Lars Ulrich has broken his silence about his bandmate James Hetfield‘s microphone not working during their 2017 Grammy Awards performance with Lady Gaga!

“In the heat of that moment, it’s very difficult when you’re aware of the fact that something’s not functioning, [but] you don’t know where in the chain of possible mishaps [it could be]. You don’t know where that’s going on, so you really don’t have a choice other than to just keep battling on,” the 53-year-old co-founder and drummer said while speaking with Entertainment Weekly on Tuesday morning (February 14).

“It’s live television,” Lars added. “A couple of people where like, ‘Why didn’t you stop the song?’ We didn’t know there was a problem… you have no choice but to carry on. The ensuing chaos and energy and complete over-the-top excitement, it was absolutely awesome.”

“It was totally energetic and crazy,” Lars continued. “It was just energy and excitement and nuttiness, so her [Gaga] being right in my face just added to the whole exhilarating energy that was happening for those few minutes. I haven’t seen it yet, but I’ve gotten 700 texts from people just saying the chaos and tornado-like energy of it really translated well on TV.”

Listen to the full interview below…

Lars Ulrich Talks Technical Difficulties During The Grammys
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Elle King Was 'High AF' From a 'Bunch of Pot Muffins' on Grammys 2017 Red Carpet

Singer Elle King confessed that she was “accidentally high AF” during the 2017 Grammys red carpet!

The 27-year-old entertainer – who won that night for Best Country Duo/Group Performance award with Dierks Bentley – took to Instagram to explain.

“Note to self, don’t eat a bunch of pot muffins before the Grammys red carpet. #AccidentallyHighAF,” Elle wrote. “Sometimes when you’re accidentally high af from pot muffins, you don’t realize you’re A F*CKING SNAPCHAT FILTER until after the Grammys and people tell you.”

Click inside to see more from Elle King explaining her Grammy’s state…More Here! »

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Rihanna Hosts Celebrity Filled Grammy After Party at 1 Oak

Rihanna welcomed some of her most famous friends to her post-Grammys bash!

The 28-year-old entertainer transformed celebrity hotspot 1 OAK into her very own Club Anti on Sunday night (February 13) in West Hollywood.

Guests included Selena Gomez and boyfriend The Weeknd, as well as Ed Sheeren, Chance the Rapper, Migos, Lana del Ray and even Justin Bieber!

Other celebs joined in on the fun including Heidi Klum, Cara Delevingne, Tom Hardy, Vin Diesel, Adrian Brody and Tobey Maguire.

10+ pictures inside from Rihanna‘s epic Grammys after party…
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Solange Knowles Calls Out Grammys' Diversity Problem After Beyonce Loses Album of the Year Again

Solange Knowles is speaking out again to call out the Grammys after her older sister Beyonce lost the award for Album of the Year for her groundbreaking album Lemonade.

The 30-year-old singer, who won her first Grammy last night, previously tweeted a link to Frank Ocean‘s explanation of his Grammys boycott just minutes after Bey lost the award to Adele.

Lemonade is Beyonce‘s third album that has been nominated for Album of the Year.

“there have only been two black winners in the last 20 years for album of the year. there have been over 200 black artist who have performed,” Solange tweeted on Monday afternoon (February 13). “create your own committees, build your own institutions, give your friends awards, award yourself, and be the gold you wanna hold my g’s🌹.”

Adele, who won the top honor this year, even thought that the award should go to Beyonce!