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Beyoncé loses for best directing at the Emmys

No Emmy Awards love for Beyoncé. Lemonade directors Beyoncé Knowles Carter and Khalil Joseph lost the Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special to Thomas Kail and Alex Rudzinski for Grease: Live.

Lemonade was also nominated for Outstanding Variety Special, but it lost to The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special at last week’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

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Calvin Harris congratulates 'beautiful girlfriend' Taylor Swift after Grammys

Taylor Swift may have taken home the Grammy for Album of the Year on Monday, but Calvin Harris is staking his claim on the award for best boyfriend. The producer and DJ took to social media to express his joy for her success.

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Kendrick Lamar takes Compton high schoolers to the Grammys

No, Kendrick Lamar didn’t walk away from the 58th Grammy Awards with Album of the Year, but he let his influence linger in may ways, by winning best Rap Album, giving a stunning performance, and bringing Compton High School students to the ceremony..

The rapper brought a group of students from his hometown to the STAPLES Center for the awards show, courtesy of Reebok. They were given gift bags along with a fresh pair of shoes.

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Here are the top five Grammy moments on Facebook

A lot happened at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards on Monday, but there were only a few moments that had Facebook going wild with reactions. In a performance-filled, controversy-stirring three-and-a-half hours, these were the moments that had the most people talking:

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Grammys 2016: The best and worst dressed at the show

Music’s biggest night wouldn’t be complete without a wild pre-ceremony fashion show. The red carpet at Monday night’s Grammy Awards ranged from glam style gold to sexy, skin-showing numbers to flat-out weird blunders.

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Grammys 2016: EW review

Criticism of the Grammys depends primarily on how you’ve reconciled what you think the ceremony should be—an evening of music’s finest honors—and what it has become: an amalgamation of presentations, a series of viral swings aimed toward the elusive “Grammy moment.” Hell, it’s now a goal so unsubtle, presenter Anna Kendrick even mentioned we were about to see one before it even happened.

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'Who is Alexander Hamilton?' spikes on Google after Grammy win

If Grammy viewers didn’t know who Alexander Hamilton was before Monday night’s show, they certainly do now. Google Trends tweeted that searches for “Who is Alexander Hamilton?” spiked four times the normal rate, thanks to the 58th Grammy Awards, during which the Hamilton cast performed live from the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City and took home the award for Best Musical Album.

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Grammys 2016: Big Sean reveals what the real Kanye West is like

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Grammys 2016: Joey Alexander gives amazing piano performance

Justin Bieber’s younger brother didn’t get a chance to take the stage at Monday night’s Grammys, but someone in his age bracket did: Joey Alexander. The 12-year-old pianist took the stage to show off the chops that make him one of the youngest Grammy nominees in history.

Recording Academy President/CEO Neil Portnow and Common introduced Joey before he joyfully took center stage. “We have to ensure that the work of these gifted artists is truly valued so that our industry not only survives, but thrives for our next generation,” Portnow said.

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Grammys 2016: Lauryn Hill didn't perform with The Weeknd as expected

Lauryn Hill was expected to perform at the 2016 Grammys with The Weeknd, but she did not take the stage. Why? A packed schedule, according to her reps.

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