Sam Smith‘s songs are among the most popular and achingly beautiful on the Top 40 today. They are also super depressing and make us want to give him a huge hug. And we know we’re not the only ones who feel that way. So with Valentine’s Day fast approaching, VH1 asked fellow musical luminaries to step up and help make his day special. Hozier, Aloe Blacc, Pentatonix and others took time on the Grammy red carpet to write Sam some Valentine’s showing just how much we care. The messages were heartfelt and sweet, and Sam’s adorable reaction to the gift is truly priceless.
Former Three 6 Mafia rapper and current super-producer Juicy J has worked with everyone from Katy Perry to Lil Wayne, and he may have found his latest hit-makers at the 2015 Grammy awards. Juicy revealed that he’s teaming up with VH1 You Oughta Know vets A Great Big World!
“I’m having a really, really good night,” Sam Smith gushed as he accepted the Grammy for Song of the Year. Sure he swept the awards by taking home four statuettes, but the “Stay With Me” singer also had an extra reason to celebrate. Sam received an unforgettable pre-show surprise from none other than music icon Stevie Wonder!
Last night we got an unexpected Grammy moment and it didn’t even go down on the show. After jokingly interrupting Beck’s acceptance speech for Album of the Year, Kanye West took over the E! airwaves and let his opinion on Beck’s win, the Grammys and even E! itself, be known.
Kim Kardashian was just as surprised as you were when Beck snagged Album of the Year, Sia brought in Kristen Wiig for her “Chandelier” Grammy performance, Kanye West and Taylor Swift may just be besties after last night, and more on First Dibs.
While fans were bored during tonight’s Grammy performances, they took to Instagram and Twitter to post memes of their favorite — and least favorite — artists’ looks. From umbrella Rihanna to bellhop Pharrell, check out some of the best memes from tonight’s Grammy Awards show.
Sia might’ve become the first Grammy performer ever to perform while in timeout. The VH1 You Oughta Know alum, kept her “wtf” streak alive with a performance of “Chandelier” made for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Fresh off his Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album wins, Sam Smith’s winning streak continued when he dazzled the crowd with an anticipated performance of “Stay With Me.”