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The 'Let It Go' singer will belt out 'The Star-Spangled Banner' before the big game, while the 'All of Me' hitmaker will perform 'America the Beautiful'.
The rapper raps his lines on a stage while his collaborator accompanies him on the piano in the new video that also features scenes from 'Selma'.
Chrissy's cry face when watching her husband accepting his Golden Globe for Best Original Song has became a viral Internet meme.
The couple hired a slew of food trucks to feed Ferguson protesters and homeless people in Lincoln Square, New York City on Sunday, December 7.
On the powerful track, Common makes references to the recent events in Ferguson and a historical event that happened to Rosa Parks in Selma, Alabama 50 years ago.
The musician and the film's executive producer invited all dancers out there to participate in an online audition.
Mia Farrow, Kerry Washington, the 'Girls' creator and the 'All of Me' hitmaker are among celebrities who speak out about the incident on Twitter.
The singer helps promote positive body image with the beautiful video, which stars his own wife Chrissy Teigen and 'Orange Is the New Black' star Laverne Cox.
The 'All of Me' singer takes to Twitter to share the story, saying that officials at Canadian border often mistook him for a criminal with the same name.
The 'Pills N Potions' hitmaker, who's nominated for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist at the upcoming event, joins other performers including John Legend, Jhene Aiko, Drake and more.
Derulo performs his 'Talk Dirty' with Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line while Legend gives a new version of his 'All of Me' with the help of Jennifer Nettles and Hunter Hayes.
Country music darlings Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert, who were scheduled to take the stage together, showed off major cleavage in their figure-hugging dresses.
The R'n'B singer will perform for 1,500 guests in the Ray Dolby Ballroom on the top level of the Hollywood and Highland Center on Sunday, March 2.
'The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute to The Beatles' will be celebrated with a one-time reunion of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart.
The two singers, who are currently touring together, perform an acoustic version of Bob Marley's 'Redemption Song' during a show in Australia.