In the days leading up to the 56th Annual GRAMMY Award, it has been confirmed that the Queen of Pop, Madonna, will take the stage to perform. As a seven-time GRAMMY winner herself, Madonna is added to the list of performers. Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and Miranda Lambert were also added to the lineup in a special memorial tribute to Phil Everly.
Madonna will join the lineup already consisting of Sara Bareilles and Carole King, Daft Punk with Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams, Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar joined by Imagine Dragons, John Legend, Lorde, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and many more.
Tune into music's biggest night on Sunday, January 26th broadcasted on CBS starting from 8pm EST,
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Daft Punk fans everywhere have long awaited since 2008 for the French duo to perform live again. Having last performed for the 2008 Grammy Awards alongside Kanye West (before he called himself Yeezus), Daft Punk is confirmed to grace the Grammy stage once more with their electric presence.
Daft Punk also got 5 nomination of their own for Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Best Dance/Electronica Album and Best Engineered Album, Non Classical.
The anticipation for their upcoming performance is thrilling, as no one knows what to expect from this enigmatic duo. Perhaps they will share the stage with Pharell Williams this time to perform their hit track, 'Get Lucky', who knows?
Stay tuned for the 56th Grammy Awards which starts at 8 p.m. EST on CBS on Sunday, January 26th.
The 65th annual primetime Emmy awards graced our television screens last night (if you were not too busy indulging in Sunday night football). The legendary awards were hosted by funny man and How I Met Your Mother star, Neil Patrick Harris.
The award ceremony included many wins and disappointing defeats due to the stiff competition amongst categories. Highly acclaimed actors Matt Damon and Michael Douglas were up against each for the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Movie for their co-starring roles in HBO's Behind the Candelabra – the story of the six year relationship between Liberace and his very young lover, *awkward* (Douglas won). Hollywood BFFS Amy Poehler and Tina Fey who are constantly up against each other for the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series both lost to Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
The annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired on CBS last night and was pure sexiness! The Angels strutted their stuff on TV's hottest night of the year. In addition, the night included special performances from RiRi, The Biebs and Bruno Mars who all rocked the runway! Justin Bieber pulled out his signature Bieber moves donning an all white outfit while the very sultry Rihanna sported cool pearl rimmed sunglasses and Bruno Mars gave a playful and energetic performance as always.
1. Justin Bieber Performs "Beauty & A Beat"
2. Bruno Mars Performs "Locked Out Of Heaven"
3. Rihanna Performs "Diamonds"
Suit up, NPH fans.
Your trusty editor's dream has come true. Part-time actor and full-time DILF Neil Patrick Harris is finally getting the star treatment he deserves. The longtime Hollywood regular has officially received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Hollywood Boulevard near the Pantages Theatre. Eep! Lucky number 2448.
For moral support, the actor was accompanied by How I Met Your Mother co-star & friend Jason Segel, as well as director Joss Whedon. The cult Hollywood writer had helped out Harris by writing/producing for the online musical series Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog', during the 2008 writers' strike. Whedon also spoke a few words with NPH when the actor received the huge honor.
Less than 5 years after becoming the first woman to anchor a network evening newscast on her own, Katie Couric is leaving her post at CBS Evening News. Her contract with the network runs through June 4th but no departure date has been announced yet.
The rumor has it that Couric might launch her own syndicated talk show in 2012. It's said that she has been in talks with ABC, NBC, CNN and CBS.
On Monday, a CBS News representative said, "We're having ongoing discussions with Katie Couric. We have no announcements to make at this time. Until we do, we will continue to decline comment on rumor and speculation."
Well, it's just a question of time before Couric announces her departure.
She was in Tahrir Square covering the to President Mubarak’s decision to stand down when she was attacked. She was separated from her crew was "surrounded and suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating before being saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 Egyptian soldiers. She reconnected with the CBS team, returned to her hotel and returned to the United States on the first flight the next morning." told CBS
She is now recovering in the hospital
She is not the only one who have been injured and attacked during these 18-days of protest. Journalists from CNN also had to leave the country after they were punched in the head repeatedly by the crowd.
Step away from the snickers and replace that chocolate with the remote control. One week left before Halloween means only one more week to pack in as much Halloween themed television shows as possible. As luck would have it, some networks have pushed back their Halloween episodes until early November. So whether you're handing out the candy or eating lazily on the couch in the first week of November, Joonbug has got you covered.
Here are the top ten shows to watch in the coming weeks:
1. Glee- "The Rocky Horror Show" Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. on Fox