If that song didn’t get your heart fluttering, what will? Romance is alive and well at the 57th GRAMMYs.
He’s been nominated for three GRAMMY”S tonight: Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Song Written for Visual Media and a little-known category known as ALBUM OF THE YEAR. Go Ed! And keep going John Mayer on that hot pink Jackson guitar!
Sheeran is 23. And he’s got a birthday coming up: Feb. 17.
For those who aren’t yet well versed in all things Sheeran: The song is off of the British singer’s 2014 sophomore album “x.”
”Thinking Out Loud” could also be called “Evergreen.” It’s part of the lyrics, and it’s so fitting — the sentiments he’s expressing here are timeless. He’s a gifted, beautiful songwriter.
Who’s this teaming up with Ed? Amazing: John Mayer, Questlove! And — hold up — Herbie Hancock! This is GRAMMY magic.
And now for more pre-Valentine’s Day romantic tremors: It’s Ed Sheeran with the beautiful “Thinking Out Loud.” Everyone should think out loud with this much grace. Ed Sheeran is a man without filters. A man who needs no filters.
Beyonce woud sparkle in anything, but in this black dress she is glimmering. Short, sweet acceptance.
Best R&B Performance goes to Beyoncé for "Drunk In Love" and the BeyHive goes wild
OK GRAMMY fans — we're into the second hour of our show. Who's ready to play the GRAMMY Trivia game? During every segment of the show this hour, we'll ask a trivia question that you'll have the opportunity to answer. Then, we'll reveal the answer during commercial break. So stay here, there's much more fun in store.
Excellent: a win for Beyonce. Tough to argue with that choice.
... Great to see the smile on Sir Paul McCartney's face.
George Harrison: Another look back at rock’s rich history. Also its undeniable spiritual side. And another beautiful addition to the Lifetime Achievement record books.
Fellow GRAMMY-watchers, we are only an hour into this incredible show, and there is so much more to come. And that seems impossible. Because I, for one, have already been entertained to within an inch of my life. I’ll keep asking and you keep telling: What have you enjoyed the most so far? Whose award acceptance choked you up? Any gripes about who DIDN’T pick up a GRAMMY?
And back one more step to Kanye's great performance. Let’s hope baby North will love this performance when she’s old enough to appreciate it. So much dad soul was on display there. Old soul? Kanye soul. All kinds of soul, let’s say.
… back to Madonna. She set my hair on fire with that song. And those moves. Yours too? She is 56!
Nice win for Beck. But let’s talk about the great Tom Petty, who was nominated in that category, for a sec. Because his name was being thrown around a lot in the run-up to tonight’s show. Here’s the deal: Because of similarities between Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” and Petty’s 1989 hit “I Won’t Back Down,” Petty and Electric Light Orchestra's Jeff Lynne are sharing a writing credit on Smith’s GRAMMY-nominated song to settle a copyright dispute. Smith is said to have acknowledged the similarities between his hit and Petty’s song, but apparently the similarities are completely coincidental. I believe Sam Smith! But I also love when Tom Petty gets respect from his peers, because he is a legend and a rock genius.
Is Beck looking more waifish than he usually does? Nice, gracious speech.
Award No. 4, for Best Rock Album, belongs to Beck -- so great!