UPDATE 3:21 P.M. EST: Kanye West was spilling all sorts of tea about Jay Z.
He could be heard yelling mid-concert:
Yikes! You can watch the tense moment for yourself (below):
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!
Tied with the 25 songstress are breakthrough musicians James Bay and Years & Years, who scored four nods each!
Check out the full list of nominees (below) and watch The Brits on February 24!
We like the sound of this!
There may still be over two months until the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, but at least we now know who is in contention to win on music's biggest night.
The 2016 Grammy Awards nominees were announced early Monday morning, with four of the biggest categories released on CBS This Morning — while the additional 79 were revealed on the award show's website.
Best New Artist:
Record Of The Year:
D'Angelo And The Vanguard — Really Love
Mark Ronson Featuring Bruno Mars — Uptown Funk
Ed Sheeran — Thinking Out Loud
Taylor Swift — Blank Space
The Weeknd — I Can't Feel My Face
Song Of The Year:
Kendrick Duckworth, Mark Anthony Spears, & Pharrell Williams, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar) — Alright
Max Martin, Shellback, & Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift) — Blank Space
Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, & Liz Rose, songwriters (Little Big Town) — Girl Crush
Andrew Cedar, Jusitn Franks, Charles Puth, & Cameron Thomaz, songwriters (Wiz Khalifa Featuring Charlie Puth) — See You Again
Ed Sheeran & Amy Wadge, songwriters (Ed Sheeran) — Thinking Out Loud
Album Of The Year:
Alabama Shakes — Sound & Color
Kendrick Lamar — To Pimp A Butterfly
Chris Stapleton — Traveller
Taylor Swift — 1989
The Weeknd — Beauty Behind The Madness
Ch-ch-check out the full list of the 2016 Grammy Nominees (below)!!!
This is AH-Mazing!
Thanks to BBC Radio 1, we got exactly what we wanted then Foals covered What Kind of Man in their live lounge!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing cover track (above) and let us know if you like it as much as we do!
What a voice!
Florence + The Machine are known for their completely unique sound, so hearing them on other artists' music is definitely a treat.
JB already sounds pitch perfect on the track, but Florence's take on the pop smash gives his lyrics a whole new feel.
It's haunting and gorgeous at the same time, and we just don't want it to end!
Ch-ch-check out Florence + The Machine's latest musical masterpiece (above)!!!
Well, this is unexpected!
Now, it looks like the suffering parties are banding together. It's been reported that LM are set to support 1D at the Apple Music Festival!
We can only hope this means that the chart topping boy band and the Black Magic quartet will perform on stage together!
What do YOU think?
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
The Rolling In The Deep singer attended the opening night of Fleetwood Mac's European tour at London's O2 Arena — and she was fangirling all over the place!
During the concert, Stevie Nicks dedicated her iconic song Landslide to Adele!
We know it's only May, but if you ask us it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas!!
Anyone who's a fan of Florence + The Machine will tell you that the band's sound has evolved a LOT since their debut album dropped in 2009! Well, Florence Welch and co. have dropped a BRAND NEW song called Delilah, and unlike their other singles it sounds a LOT more like the old Flo we know and love!
Between the call and response portions and the upbeat tempo, this new track definitely sounds more like something we would have heard off of 2009's Lungs, and we have NO problem with that!
We're still not 100 percent sure what to expect from the band's upcoming album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, but we have no complaints about what we've heard so far!
Are you happy Florence + The Machine is going back to their old sound? Ch-ch-check out the song (below) and sound off in the comments!