Grammys 2019 WINNERS: Kacey Musgraves, Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga win big
Musgraves’ hit record Golden Hour scooped the Album of the Year gong, while Childish Gambino’s This Is America was name Record of the Year. British sensation Dua Lipa was dubbed Best New Artist, while This Is America was also victorious in Song of the Year. Lady Gaga won three prizes: Pop Solo Performance for Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?), Song Written for Visual Media alongside Bradley Cooper for Shallow, and Pop Duo/Group Performance for the same track.
Black Panther was a big winner too; taking Score Soundtrack for Visual Media.
In an exceptional night for country star Musgraves, she also walked home with Country Song for Space Cowboy, and Country Solo Performance for Butterflies.
Collecting the huge Album of the Year honour, she told her fellow nominees: "Winning this doesn't make my album any better than anyone else's."
She won Best Pop Vocal Album for her 2018 opus Sweetener.
Cardi B won Best Rap Album for Invasion of Privacy, while Drake took Rap Song for God’s Plan and H.E.R.’s self-titled record won Best R&B Album.
In the rock fields, Greta Van Fleet’s From The Fires took Rock Album, St Vincent’s Masseduction won Rock Song and High on Fire’s Electric Messiah won Metal Performance.
The 61st Annual Grammy Awards were hosted by Alicia Keys and held at the Los Angeles’ STAPLES Center, also featuring an array of performances.
Janelle Monae, Shawn Mendes and Miley Cyrus, Cardi B, Diana Ross, Brandi Carlile and Chloe x Halle were among those who took to the stage.
There was also a Motown tribute courtesy of Jennifer Lopez, Smokey Robinson, Ne-Yo and Alicia Keys.
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February 11, 2019
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Chris Pratt slams Ellen Page's claim his church is 'anti-LGBTQ': 'Nothing could be further from the truth'
ritten, or redistributed. ©2019 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. </p><p>Pratt, 39, slammed Page's claims Monday on Instagram, writing: “It has recently been suggested that I belong to a church which 'hates a certain group of people' and is 'infamously anti-LGBTQ.' Nothing could be further from the truth. I go to a church that opens their doors to absolutely everyone.”</p><p>The "Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” actor went on to explain that members of his church were there for him following his divorce from Anna Faris last year.</p><p>"Despite what the Bible says about divorce my church community was there for me every step of the way, never judging, just gracefully accompanying me on my walk,” Pratt said. “They helped me tremendously offering love and support. It is what I have seen them do for others on countless occasions regardless of sexual orientation, race or gender.”</p><p>The "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" star also noted that although "faith is important" to him "no church defines me or my life, and I am not a spokesman for any church or any group of people.”</p><p>"My values define who I am," he continued. "We need less hate in this world, not more. I am a man who believes that everyone is entitled to love who they want free from the judgment of their fellow man."</p><p>Pratt concluded his Instagram post by sharing how his faith navigates him in life.</p><p>“Jesus said, ‘I give you a new command, love one another,'" he wrote. "This is what guides me in my life. He is a God of Love, Acceptance and Forgiveness. Hate has no place in my or this world.”</p><p>Page’s criticism came after Pratt appeared on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” last Thursday and talked about being religious and completing a  21-day fast inspired by the Biblical prophet Daniel.</p><p>“Oh. K. Um. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too?” Page tweeted along with a Hollywood Reporter article about Pratt’s interview.</p><p>“If you are a famous actor and you belong to an organization that hates a certain group of people, don’t be surprised if someone simply wonders why it’s not addressed,” the 31-year-old actress tweeted Saturday. “Being anti LGBTQ is wrong, there aren’t two sides. The damage it causes is severe. Full stop. Sending love to all.”</p><p>She said in another tweet: “If lgbtq+ people are expressing their pain, their trauma, their experiences … maybe just try and listen? Open your heart, stop being defensive and have compassion. It’s a beautiful and life changing feeling, empathy. Much love truly to all.”</p><p>Pastor Chad Veach previously told the New York Times he modeled Zoe church after Hillsong, which is popular among celebrities, including Justin Bieber.</p><p>“We do not affirm a gay lifestyle and because of this we do not knowingly have actively gay people in positions of leadership, either paid or unpaid,” he said in a post on the church’s website. “I recognize this one statement alone is upsetting to people on both sides of this discussion, which points to the complexity of the issue for churches all over the world.”</p><p>He said that he loves and accepts “people on a personal level.”</p><p>“Everyone is welcome at Hillsong church except for known predators, those who are disruptive, or those who have adversarial agendas,” he said, adding that gay people are welcomed at the church but cannot pursue a leadership role.</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2019 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>
embraced this way in an age when fear and anger propose to divide us means the world to me.</p><p>“Reverting back to a world of separation and isolation is not a solution to anything.</p><p>“It is simply an excuse to hide our fear within our basest instincts.”</p><p>One of the best-received wins in the room was for that film’s production designers Fiona Crombie and Alice Felton, who were lauded for their acceptance speech - which praised “every woman and working mother who keeps it together and makes it happen”.</p><p>Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz won in the acting categories - for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress respectively.</p><p>Mahershala Ali scooped Supporting Actor for Green Book, and Original Music went to A Star Is Born.</p><p>Roma had also taken home Best Film Not In The English Language and Best Cinematography.</p><p>Elsewhere, Letitia Wright won the public-voted EE Rising Star prize, following acclaimed work in Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
female acts won album of the year and best new artist, while rap also triumphed, with Childish Gambino's "This Is America" becoming the first rap-based song to win record and song of the year.</p><p>Kacey Musgraves' "Golden Hour" picked up album of the year, and Dua Lipa won best new artist.</p><p>"I don't even know what to say," Musgraves said. "I am very thankful. Winning doesn't make my album any better than anybody else in that category."</p><p>Gambino was the night's big winner, picking up four honors, including best music video and best rap/sung performance.</p><p>Drake surprised the music world when he emerged on stage to accept the best rap song trophy but told the room of musicians that winning awards isn't necessary if you have real fans attending your concerts and singing your songs.</p><p>Drake, who rarely attends awards shows, won the honor for his massive hit "God's Plan."</p><p>"You've already won if you have people who are singing your songs word for word, if you're a hero in your hometown. Look, if there are people who have regular jobs who are coming out in the rain and the snow, spending their hard-earned money to buy tickets to come to your shows, you don't need this right here. I promise you. You already won," he said at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.</p><p>He tried to continue speaking but was cut off as the ceremony suddenly went to a commercial.</p><p>Rap has endured a longtime losing streak at the Grammys. The last time a rapper won album of the year was in 2004, with Outkast. Only a handful of rappers have won best new artist.</p><p>Cardi B made history as the first solo female to win best rap album (Lauryn Hill won as a member of the Fugees at the 1997 Grammys).</p><p>She was shaking onstage as she tried to give a thank-you speech with her rapper-husband Offset holding her arm.</p><p>"The nerves are so bad. Maybe I need to start smoking weed," she said as the audience laughed. "I just want to say thank you everybody that was involved ... I want to thank my daughter."</p><p>"Music has always helped me tell my story," said Obama, who surprised the audience with her appearance. "Whether we like country or rap or rock, music helps us share ourselves. It allows us to hear one another."</p><p>Gaga told the crowd: "They said I was weird, that my look, that my choices, that my sound wouldn't work. But music told me not to listen to them."</p><p>Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez also spoke and stood in solidary with Obama, Gaga and Alicia Keys, who is hosting the show airing on CBS.</p><p>"Yes, ladies," Keys said. "There's nothing better than this."</p><p>The opening contrasted with last year's Grammys, where male acts dominated in nominations and the only woman competing for the top award, Lorde, didn't get a chance to perform onstage.</p><p>But this year, Gaga, Brandi Carlile and Kacey Musgraves won three Grammys each.</p><p>Carlile took three honors in the Americana category and will compete for the three biggest awards during the live show: album, song and record of the year.</p><p>Gaga also won three, including best pop duo/group performance, a win she shared with Bradley Cooper.</p><p>Gaga, now a nine-time Grammy winner, won best pop solo performance for "Joanne," while hit "Shallow," from "A Star is Born," was named best song written for visual media. The song is nominated for an Oscar and also won at the Golden Globes, the Critics' Choice Movie Awards and the Satellite Awards.</p><p>Women have a strong presence in the top categories. Five of the eight album-of-the-year nominees were women, including Carlile's "By the Way, I Forgive You," Janelle Monae's "Dirty Computer," Cardi B's "Invasion of Privacy" and H.E.R.'s self-titled album are also in contention.</p><p>When asked about the lack of women in the top categories at the 2018 Grammys, Recording Academy CEO Neil Portnow said women need to "step up." He later acknowledged that it was a "poor choice of words," and his much-criticized remarks forced the academy to launch a new task force focused on inclusion and diversity.</p><p>Portnow, who didn't seek a renewal on his contract which ends this year, seemed to address his words from last year during Sunday's show.</p><p>"This past year I've been reminded that if coming face to face with an issue opens your eyes wide enough, it makes you more committed than ever to help address those issues. The need for social change has been the hallmark of the American experience, from the founding of our country to the complex times we live in today," he said.</p><p>British singer Dua Lipa alluded to Portnow's 2018 words when she won best new artist.</p><p>"I guess this year we've really stepped up," she said after telling the audience she was was grateful to be nominated alongside so many female performers. Six of the best-new-artist nominees were women, including H.E.R., Chloe x Halle, Margo Price, Bebe Rexha and Jorja Smith.</p><p>Musgraves picked up best country album for "Golden Hour," best country solo performance for "Butterflies" and best country song for "Space Cowboy."</p><p>"I never dreamed that this record would be met with such love," she said onstage.</p><p>She also gave a shout-out to her husband in the audience, saying she wouldn't have been able to make the album if he "didn't open my heart like you did."</p><p>Musgraves performed "Rainbow" from "Golden Hour" during the show, and hit the stage for a second time to honor Dolly Parton. Musgraves and Katy Perry joined forces for "Here You Come Again," later joined by Parton herself. The icon sang a duet version of "Jolene" with Miley Cyrus, who often covers the classic song. But the country music icon truly shined when she sang "Red Shoes," with country foursome Little Big Town providing background vocals.</p><p>Yolanda Adams, Fantasia and Andra Day teamed up for stirring performance of "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" in honor Aretha Franklin, who died last year.</p><p>Diana Ross earned a standing ovation when she emerged onstage in a bright red dress to perform "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)" and "The Best Years of My Life." She celebrated her 75th birthday early with the performance, saying afterward, "Happy birthday to me!" Her actual birthday is March 26.</p><p>R&B singer H.E.R., who won best R&B performance for "Best Part" with Daniel Caesar, stunned as she played her guitar and sang. Chloe x Halle impressed when they sang Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack's "Where Is the Love." Monae grooved onstage during "Make Me Feel," backed by several dancers. Post Malone performed with Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Cardi B grinded onstage during her latest single, "Money."</p><p>Ariana Grande won her first Grammy in the same week that she publicly blasted Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich and accused him of lying about why she was no longer performing at the show.</p><p>Tori Kelly and Lauren Daigle won two awards each. Beyonce, Jay-Z, Ella Mai, Pharrell Williams, Hugh Jackman, Stingy, Shaggy, Dave Chappelle, "Weird Al" Yankovic, the late Chris Cornell, Greta Van Fleet and even former President Jimmy Carter also picked up early awards ahead of the live show.</p><p>There was a tie for best rap performance, and Drake was surprisingly not one of the winners. Drake's "Nice for What" lost to Anderson Paak's "Bubblin'" and Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future and James Blake's "King's Dead," from the "Black Panther" soundtrack.</p><p>Beck was a double winner during the pre-telecast, taking home best alternative music album and best engineered album (non-classical) for "Colors." Emily Lazar, one of the engineers who worked on the album and won alongside Beck, was the first female mastering engineer to win in the latter category.</p>
all in London this evening. While the BBC One broadcast isn’t until 9pm GMT, here are the winners as they come in live. Scroll down to see who was successful in each category. But will The Favourite dominate over Bohemian Rhapsody?</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
ner will have four stages that can be unlocked to complete a sizzling new look.</p><p>This process has already begun and is expected to end later this week with with Fortnite prisoner stage 4 skin unlock.</p><p>It’s been a long process to get here, with fans having to complete all the weekly challenges, including the extra Snowfall challenges.</p><p>And having completed all that, Battle Pass owners then had to complete each stage of the Prisoner skin through quests to progress further.</p><p>And with stage 3 of the Prisoner skin now unlocked, players are just waiting on that final phase.</p><p>Many want to know how to get to stage 4, completing the new Fortnite skin and providing the best design for it.</p><p>But for now, stage 4 of the prisoner skin is expected to stay locked until at least Tuesday, February 12.</p><p>This is when the next Fortnite update is expected to land and could contain more on the stage 4 Prisoner skin unlock.</p><p>So far, each phase has been unlocked on a Thursday, which during week 11 would be on Valentine’s Day.</p><p>And that seems as good a day as any to have stage 4 unlocked for everyone following the Snowfall quests to enjoy.</p><p>But what if the Fortnite Prisoner skin had a stage 5 to unlock? What would that look like?</p><p>Someone has done the honours of mocking up a stage 5 design for the prisoner, complete with spiky horn.</p><p>The design was shared on Reddit by Noblebatterfly and sees the Prisoner’s lava spots ignite into open flame.</p><p>“Y'know that does look sick, but the flames would block FOV like crazy,” one user commented.</p><p>“I mean I’d still wear it because I’m a fashionnite, but I tend to put myself at a disadvantage with my skins anyways.”</p><p>Another posted: “ One feature I would like in the future is reactive styles. Instead of this being the 'stage 5' make it a reactive feature of the stage 4 style.</p><p>“Of course it goes without saying that this would be a nice feature for other skins, not just the Prisoner, but his stage 4 is the perfect place to start.</p><p>Challenge skins are also usually connected in some way to the new theme of the next season.</p><p>Some fans believe that we could see Polar Peak transformed into a lava pit, complete with a volcano.</p><p>Could Fortnite season 8 begin with a huge earthquake that will cause major map changes?</p><p>Earthquakes have already started to hit the Fortnite map, after first leaking as part of the update 7.30 game files.</p><p>Season 7 is scheduled to end by February 28, meaning there’s only a short time left before the final events start to play at.</p><p>The change is due to a two-week break for Epic staff over Christmas, meaning Season 7 of Fortnite lasts 12 weeks.</p><p>One of those events will be Share the Love celebrations which is scheduled to end on February 27 - which is “right before the arrival of Season 8”.</p><p>So more answers could arrive in the coming days for the dedicated fanbase for Fortnite Battle Royale.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
layStation Plus account on the PS4, but Apex Legends has proven to be different.</p><p>Surprise news this week confirms the big debut of the new PS4 game - available to download for free now - can be enjoyed without PS Plus.</p><p>Many by now will have heard of Apex Legends, the new Battle Royale experience from Respawn Entertainment.</p><p>Set in the Titanfall universe, it’s been confirmed that the new free-to-play game is proving popular with fans.</p><p>And EA has also revealed that Apex Legends does not require a PS Plus subscription to enjoy on PS4.</p><p>A new FAQ page on the game confirms this, while also revealing that you do need an Xbox Live Gold subscription on Xbox One.</p><p>“No, you do not need PlayStation® Plus to play Apex Legends on PlayStation 4, Yes, you need an Xbox Live Gold account to play Apex Legends on Xbox One,” the message reads.</p><p>The good news for those who do have a PS Plus account and are enjoying Apex Legends is that there is a free pack that can be downloaded as part of your subscription.</p><p>PlayStation Plus subscriber can head over to the PS Store and add the free bundle to their accounts whenever they want.</p><p>“Show up in the Apex Arena ready to play with the PlayStation Plus Play Pack,” the official PS Store description reads.</p><p>“This collection of exclusive content will trick specific weapons and Legends out in PlayStation-inspired gear.”</p><p>The pack includes six items in total, all of which are cosmetic and don’t provide any kind of advantage in-game.</p><p>This includes two exclusive PlayStation-themed weapon camos for the Flatline & RE45, one exclusive character camo each for Gibraltar and Bloodhound and one banner each for both Gibraltar and Bloodhound.</p><p>It’s a great starter pack for a new game that is sure to win a dedicated fanbase in the weeks to come.</p><p>And it’s not the only new bonus currently available to enjoy on PS4.</p><p>As an added bonus for dropping PS Vita and PS3 games, Sony has expanded PS4 cloud storage, which has been boosted from 10GB to 100GB.</p><p>With cloud storage, you can save your game progress and character profiles on one system, and then continue the game on another system later without losing progress.</p><p>"Expanded 100GB cloud storage is rolling out now to PS Plus members," reads a Sony post. "Enjoy 10 times more cloud storage for all those PS4 game saves!"</p><p>PS Plus subscribers can also download the new range of Free PS4 games currently available from the PlayStation Store.</p><p>This includes online brawler For Honor and Hitman: The Complete First Season, which makes for quite the PlayStation lineup.</p><p>It should be noted that the content you have downloaded as part of your PlayStation Plus subscription at no charge is only accessible as long as you are an active subscriber.</p><p>The exceptions are free themes and avatars, which you will continue to have access to, even if you are no longer a subscriber.</p><p>Anything you have purchased (even if you bought it at a discount) will remain available to you even if your subscription ends.</p><p>Also, different countries have different rights, release schedules and, have different things available on their PlayStation Store for this reason.</p><p>So this is why you may hear about different games being available in Asia, Europe and North America when it comes to some PS Plus announcements.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
have sleep paralysis,” tweeted one person.</p><p>“This looks like a blue version of Shrek. #Aladdin,” quipped another.</p><p>Said a third: “Was down for that #Aladdin trailer the whole way thru til I saw blue Will Smith.”</p><p>“Okay, sorry but is the Genie kinda hot? #Aladdin,” posted one enthusiast.</p><p>Another posted: “I mean I personally think the new #Aladdin trailer was amazing.”</p><p>The clip debuted during the Grammys telecast last night.</p><p>Ritchie previously said of his tone: “It’s probably got more humor in it than the original, I’m not sure if that happened by default…it was a question of finding new stuff.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
of the Year gong, while Childish Gambino’s This Is America was name Record of the Year. British sensation Dua Lipa was dubbed Best New Artist, while This Is America was also victorious in Song of the Year. Lady Gaga won three prizes: Pop Solo Performance for Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?), Song Written for Visual Media alongside Bradley Cooper for Shallow, and Pop Duo/Group Performance for the same track.</p><p>Black Panther was a big winner too; taking Score Soundtrack for Visual Media.</p><p>In an exceptional night for country star Musgraves, she also walked home with Country Song for Space Cowboy, and Country Solo Performance for Butterflies.</p><p>Collecting the huge Album of the Year honour, she told her fellow nominees: "Winning this doesn't make my album any better than anyone else's."</p><p>She won Best Pop Vocal Album for her 2018 opus Sweetener.</p><p>Cardi B won Best Rap Album for Invasion of Privacy, while Drake took Rap Song for God’s Plan and H.E.R.’s self-titled record won Best R&B Album.</p><p>In the rock fields, Greta Van Fleet’s From The Fires took Rock Album, St Vincent’s Masseduction won Rock Song and High on Fire’s Electric Messiah won Metal Performance.</p><p>The 61st Annual Grammy Awards were hosted by Alicia Keys and held at the Los Angeles’ STAPLES Center, also featuring an array of performances.</p><p>Janelle Monae, Shawn Mendes and Miley Cyrus, Cardi B, Diana Ross, Brandi Carlile and Chloe x Halle were among those who took to the stage.</p><p>There was also a Motown tribute courtesy of Jennifer Lopez, Smokey Robinson, Ne-Yo and Alicia Keys.</p><p> See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, order back issues and use the historic Daily Express newspaper archive.</p>
ritten, or redistributed. ©2019 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. </p><p>Speaking to reporters backstage, the 30-year-old singer was asked if she thinks the wins would help get her music on the radio, to which Musgraves replied: "To me, radio isn't necessarily the mark of what makes good music.</p><p>"That's not what I had in mind when I was making this album," she continued. "It's been really amazing and incredible to see it do some really wild, gratifying, unbelievable things — going further than I ever thought that it could. I'm just really thankful. I think streaming was a big part of it... My publicist for working his a-- off. My band and my road family working very hard.</p><p>"And ultimately, I feel like it just lets me know that it doesn't really matter where someone hears your music, it's if they connect or not," Musgraves concluded.</p><p>Along with album of the year, the country star had quite the evening winning best country album, best country song, and best country solo performance. She also sang alongside Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Maren Morris in a powerful performance honoring Dolly Parton.</p><p>This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2019 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes.</p>