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In her acceptance speech, supporting actress in motion picture winner Lupita Nyong'o called it 'a historical year in film'.
The French duo and the three stars are joining other performers like Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar and Pink at the awards-giving show which will be held on January 26.
The singer will perform his landmark album in its entirety at the annual House Full of Toys benefit in L.A.
Wonder, who headlines the event to raise awareness of poverty around the world, performs a cover of John Lennon's 'Imagine', while Keys promotes gender equality with 'Girl on Fire'.
Madonna, Usher, R. Kelly, Alicia Keys, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Trey Songz, Young Jeezy and Wale also refuse to perform in the state in protest of the state's Stand Your Ground law.
The musician says he will not perform in Trayvon Martin's home state in light of the Zimmerman verdict.
Weezy is getting ready to claim the No. 1 spot back, two years after making a grand entrance with 'Tha Carter IV'.
A glimpse of the 6-month-old baby's face is obtained during a stroll with his father Brian Austin Green.
The 'Nashville' actress sports a ring coated with a bunch of small diamonds when vacationing with her beau Wladimir Klitschko.
The Grammy Award-winning music producer, who worked with a lot of big names in music industry, died at the age of 79 on Saturday, March 30 at a New York Hospital.
Stevie feels Weezy has gone too far with his Emmett Till reference as saying, 'Have some discernment before we say certain things. That goes for me or any other (song)writer.'
The 'Superstition' hitmaker will rock a concert near the Wyndham Riverfront Hotel on February 2 along with Gary Clark Jr. and many other performers.
The 'Superstition' hitmaker pulls out of the fundraising gala conducted by the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces, stressing his stance 'against war, any war, anywhere.'
'Keep Moving Forward' highlights the current president's achievements in health care, education, environment and politic among others.
Wonder has corrected his earlier statement that 'some people who think they're gay, they're confused'.