This is our favorite Super Bowl 50 ad yet! (Yes, even better than a town full of Ryan Reynolds lookalikes.)
The Grammys have outdone themselves with this cool commercial in which all the Album Of The Year nominees come to life on their album posters!
Related: Sam Hunt & Seal To Perform At The Super Bowl Tailgate Party!
That means a single promo featuring Taylor Swift, The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Alabama Shakes, and Chris Stapleton! Talk about a walk of fame!
See the magical, musical ad before the big game (below)!
With even more musical events scheduled, the Super Bowl is turning into the Grammys!
The NFL and CBS announced on Wednesday that country star Sam Hunt will perform during the Super Bowl 50 Tailgate Party at the Levi's Stadium in California!
And if country isn't your thing — music veteran Seal will also be headlining the concert right before the Denver Broncos face off against the Carolina Panthers!
This is just the latest addition to the already star-studded entertainment set to appear throughout the night!
Video: 'Super Bowl Babies' Sing About Being Conceived To The Tune Of Seal's Kiss From A Rose!
On Tuesday, it was confirmed that Lady GaGa will be singing the National Anthem before kickoff!
And of course Coldplay will headline the game's halftime show with a special appearance by Beyoncé. So much star power in just one game!
We can wait for the night of performances — oh yeah, and the game too — when the Super Bowl airs Sunday night on CBS!
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Joey Feek's battle with terminal cancer continues to be an emotional story to follow as Rory Feek shares another heartbreaking update on his wife's diminishing condition.
There's no doubt the country singer has been surrounded by immense amounts of love and support as she continues to be under hospice care at home. Most importantly, Joey's gotten to spend precious time with her 23-month-old daughter Indiana.
Related: Joey + Rory's Touching Home Videos
In a touching post on Wednesday, Rory shared a photo of little Indy sitting on her momma's lap. The devoted husband penned:
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.
Related: Lady GaGa Performing David Bowie Tribute At The Grammys!
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
What a special way to honor an icon.
Our hearts were broken last month by the news that David Bowie had passed away after a battle with cancer, and now it looks like the music industry is ready to say its final goodbye.
It was announced early Tuesday morning that Lady GaGa will be performing a special tribute to the late rocker at the Grammy Awards this year!
Video: Chris Martin Honors David Bowie In Carpool Karaoke
Executive producer Ken Ehrlich confirmed the news in a statement, saying:
Nothing like puppy love!
After Joey Feek was diagnosed with terminal cancer and placed in hospice care last year, her husband and band mate Rory Feek began sharing updates of the family embracing the precious moments they have left with the country singer.
This week, some adorable puppies swung by Joey's hometown to spread some cheer to the singer and her 23-month-old Indiana. Rory posted on Wednesday:
"….some baby puppies came to play with Indy the other day, but I think her mama loved their visit the most."
We can't handle the cuteness!
Related: Rory Shares A Last Dance With Joey
In the following update on Thursday, the 59-year-old poppa penned another heartfelt blog post about the "power of the plus sign" in the duo's band name Joey + Rory.
Instead of using the ampersand symbol or the word "and" itself, the couple deliberately chose the addition sign.
The Grammy-nominated singer wrote: