04:36 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 07/22/2013 01:00PM
Days after Tina Turner tied the knot with longtime beau Erwin Bach, the couple finally held the celebration – a lavish, star-studded party Sunday at their lakeside estate in Switzerland.
Oprah Winfrey, Giorgio Armani, David Bowie, Eros Rmazzotti and Sade were among the 120 guests, according to the Today show and other news sites.
The couple's estate was reportedly decorated with 70,000 red and yellow roses from Holland. Men wore black tie to the event, and women were asked to wear white and beige.
Originally posted 12/07/2010 02:55PM
Music's biggest night is coming up, and Eminem, Bruno Mars and Lady Antebellum are leading the pack of nominees vying for Grammy gold on Feb. 13.
But among the stars gushing over their honors – "It feels amazing!" crowed Best New Artist nominee Justin Bieber – there were a few glaring omissions. Which ones do you think were the biggest snubs?
Lady Gaga isn't up for Song of the Year or Record of the Year
If the YouTube parodies of the video didn't clue you in, "Bad Romance" was arguably the biggest track of 2010. But although she has six nods, Gaga is shockingly absent in both categories (Song of the Year rewards the songwriter, Record of the Year rewards the artist, producer and mixer).
Ke$ha isn't up for anything
Love her or hate her, you can't argue that her the singer behind the quadruple platinum single "Tik Tok" – and subsequent dance tracks like "Your Love Is My Drug" was a force to be reckoned with. Yet she was passed over in every single category.
Alicia Keys isn't up for Album of the Year
Usually a Grammy favorite, Keys is nominated for "Empire State of Mind", her duet with Jay-Z. Yet Keys's fourth album, The Element of Freedom, was overlooked by the Grammys, in spite of its receiving almost universal praise from critics.
Sade isn't up for Album of the Year
Like Keys, Sade's hotly anticipated Soldier of Love – her first album in a decade – was overlooked in spite of receiving praise almost across-the-board from music critics.
Originally posted 01/28/2010 10:00AM
After a decade of silence, Sade is back.
The group, best known for their mellow, melodic hits like "By Your Side" and "No Ordinary Love," will release their first album of new material since 2000, Soldier of Love, on Feb. 9.
Listen to the track in its entirety, only on PEOPLE.com
Among the new tunes is "Babyfather," "about how great it is to be a parent, what a great honor and privilege that is, and what a terrible thing that is to waste," frontwoman Sade Adu tells PEOPLE.
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