And that's a wrap, folks!
Now that the Oscars have come and gone, it's time to focus on an award show that gives the people what they want, and that's the MTV Movie Awards!
Seriously, with categories like Best Kiss and Best Fight, what more could you ask for???
Get caught up with all of the big winners of the night right HERE:
The Grammys are getting historic, y'all!
It's been announced that the cast of the hit Broadway show Hamilton will be performing a number from the acclaimed musical at the 58th Grammy Awards!
Lin-Manuel Miranda and his cast announced that they would be performing via satellite from the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York!
This performance will mark only the eighth time in history that musical theater has been featured on the award show — the most recent being the cast of American Idiot back in 2010.
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Other musicals that took to the Grammy stage were Godspell in 1972, The Magic Show in 1975, Sophisticated Ladies in 1982, La Cage Aux Folles in 1984, Will Rogers Follies in 1992, Riverdance and Bring In Da Noise, Bring In Da Funk in 1997!
But the Hamilton segment will be historic for another reason — it's also only the fourth
The Oscars nominees may have come out today, but things have been just as busy across the pond!
The Academy wasn't the only institution to release its contenders for this year's awards — the nominees for the 2016 BRIT Awards were also revealed on Thursday!
Topping the list with four nominations is (who else?) Adele, who is up for Album of the Year, British Female Solo Artist, British Single, and British Video of the Year!
For the Female Solo Artist category, the crooner will be going up against the late Amy Winehouse, who was nominated for the soundtrack to her Oscar-nominated documentary Amy!
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Tied with the 25 songstress are breakthrough musicians James Bay and Years & Years, who scored four nods each!
Not far behind are Calvin Harris and Jess Glynne with three nods each!
Adele is also set to take the stage and perform at the ceremony, a tribute to David Bowie — who died earlier this week — is being planned as well.
Check out the full list of nominees (below) and watch The Brits on February 24!
Despite Amy Winehouse's untimely death in 2011, we're still learning new information about the iconic singer.
In the memoir Loving Amy by Amy's mom Janis Winehouse, there's a lot of speculation about her health prior to becoming famous. While it's no secret Winehouse was a bit of a wild child and drug abuser while growing up in England, Janis theorizes there was more to her daughter's larger than life personality.
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According to J.W., Amy could have suffered from Tourettes Syndrome. The mom explained:
"She could well have been almost Tourette's, where she would just shout things out. We just do not know."
Hmm, how interesting. It's unfortunate we'll never know the full truth about Winehouse's alleged condition.
Despite A.W.'s vocal and physical tics, Janis couldn't say better things about her daughter as a creative person.
The momma gushed: