Grammy Awards News
Adele Announces 2017 Grammy Awards Performance
ABC News' Diane Macedo reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Adele to Perform at the Grammy Awards Next Month
Adele is set to take the stage at next month's Grammy Awards, where she is nominated for album, song and record of the year
Inside Donald Trump's Inaugural Balls
Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, are scheduled to attend three inaugural balls in Washington, D.C.
Lady Gaga Previews Her Super Bowl Halftime Performance
The singer teases her Super Bowl performance with behind the scenes footage of her journey to the show.
John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Metallica Set to Play Grammys
John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban and Metallica are set to perform at the Grammy Awards next month
Sam Moore to Sing at Trump Inaugural Event
Sam Moore of the soul duo Sam and Dave will sing at an inaugural event for President-elect Donald Trump
Performers Avoiding Trump's Inauguration
Many performers have refused to play at the top inaugural immense. And one of the biggest names who dropped out recently it was Tony and Grammy Award went into a holiday it was going to be talking to us and a bit. And and so people some people feel like they shouldn't be taken a stand ends to
Nia Long Dishes on the Upcoming 'Beaches' Remake and Working With Co-Star Idina Menzel
Actress Nia Long said that remaking the classic 1988 film "Beaches" was "very intimidating" while discussing her role in the upcoming Lifetime TV movie in an interview with " Good Morning America " anchor Lara Spencer that aired today. "I grew up watching the film," Long said. "I'm such a huge fan
Jennifer Holliday Pulls Out of Trump's Inauguration After Backlash
Jennifer Holliday will not be among the performers during Donald Trump 's upcoming inaugural festivities in Washington, D.C. The singer was set to perform on January 19 alongside Toby Keith and the band 3 Doors Down at the "Make America Great! Again Welcome Celebration" at the Lincoln Memorial, the
Katie Couric's Evolution, Legend on Trump, Perry on Kennedy
Add singer John Legend, a producer of the TV series 'Underground,' to the list of Hollywood critics of Donald Trump