02:35 PM EDT 01/28/2014
Originally posted 01/27/2014 06:40PM
Beyoncé opened the Grammys with "Drunk in Love" and brought viewers back to the '80s with chair acrobatics reminiscent of Jennifer Beals's racy routine in 1983's Flashdance.
Originally posted 01/27/2014 11:00AM
Originally posted 01/27/2014 01:25PM
While not exactly on par with the "Who Is Arcade Fire" fiasco of 2011, it's pretty amazing that Daft Punk cleaned up at the Grammys on Sunday night. Not just because the album, Random Access Memories, was a lovingly-crafted homage to music spanning nearly four decades, but because it was made by two Frenchman who've spent a career hiding behind elaborate robot masks.
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Originally posted 01/27/2014 01:30AM
It's not Taylor Swift's fault – the first syllable of Random Access Memories really does sound a lot like the word Red.
When Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison and Alicia Keys presented the Grammy for album of the year, Swift and her camp suffered a split-second faux pas: they almost began to celebrate a win for the night's biggest award. Oops!
Originally posted 01/07/2014 02:20PM
This year's lineup of who's performing at the Jan. 26 Grammy Awards has just been announced, and the show really promises to rock.
Originally posted 11/08/2013 05:25PM
Here's a video you'll want to watch One More Time (wink, wink).
Arlington, Tex., based quintet Pentatonix has released the ultimate Daft Punk mashup: it's a must-see, must-listen a cappella mix that will amaze you – at the very least, with the crazy blue contacts they're wearing. Plus: Justin Bieber gets served water and he isn't happy about it, Bertstrips improve on a terrible meme and more of the most important random things online.
Originally posted 08/07/2013 02:15PM
Look out, Ellen DeGeneres – there's a new comedian-turned-dancer in Hollywood, and he's got all of the right moves.
On Tuesday's episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert hosted a dance party to Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" that features surprise appearances by, among others, Matt Damon, Hugh Laurie, Jeff Bridges, the Rockettes, Charlie Rose, Bryan Cranston, Jimmy Fallon, Nick Cannon and the entire studio audience and crew of America's Got Talent.
Apparently, Colbert came up with the idea after Daft Punk canceled an appearance on The Colbert Report due to a scheduling conflict with MTV, reports EW.com.
That's okay – this worked out just fine, as the video below hilariously bears out.
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