It’s the day after the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, so yep – that’s what folks are talking about.

Late Late Show host James Corden returned to take on the night that included provoking performances, and significant political undertones. While the show was, as most award shows are – long (clocking in at three hours), and full of excitement, upsets and surprises, probably the most notable stat of the night showed that viewership for music’s biggest night was actually down – 24% less folks tuned in this year than year’s previous.

The show also paid tribute to the Time’s Up Movement, with many stars, musicians and celebrities donning a white rose.

Bruno Mars was the night’s big winner, taking home 6 trophies including the coveted Album of the Year for 24K Magic. Chris Stapleton snagged three awards last night including Country Album of the Year for From A Room: Volume 1, Best Country Country Song and Best Country Performance.

Performances included Eric Church, Maren Morris & Brothers Osborne, who paid tribute to the victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival by giving a stirring rendition of Eric Clapton’s “Tears In Heaven”.

Miley Cyrus paid homage to Elton John by performing “Tiny Dancer” alongside the good Sir who recently announced his retirement.

Chris Stapleton & EmmyLou Harris performed “Wildflowers” by Tom Petty in memorial to the late rocker and others lost this year.

Notably absent from the night’s event was Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum. The very pregnant Mama is expecting her twins any day!

Move over Jumanji! There’s a new movie in the jungle.

From Box Office Mojo:

Maze Runner: The Death Cure debuted in the #1 spot at the box office this weekend, bringing in $23.5 million to replace previous chart topper Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Meanwhile, Jumanji dropped to second place by adding $16.4 million and Hostiles finished in third with $10.2 million. The Greatest Showman added $9.5 million to come in fourth place and The Post rounded out the top five with $8.8 million.

How much did you pay for your last fridge? Was it in the MILLIONS?

Reports say that Air Force One (the American Presidential official plane) requires TWO new refrigerators. Together, they’ll generate about 24 million bucks from taxpayers. That’s a little too cool.

~ Care 🙂

photo via Youtube 

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