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The 2024 Grammys proved that Jay-Z spoke the truth

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Save for a bold speech by Jay-Z and a moving Joni Mitchell set, things went so smoothly during the Grammys ceremony that critic Lorraine Ali found herself longing for the messiness of the past.
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Review: Jay-Z spoke the truth at the Grammys. The rest of the show made it sorely obvious Click to view images

Jay-Z's comments about who gets overlooked by the Grammys interrupted regularly scheduled programming in a ceremony that badly needed it.

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Taylor Swift makes history (again) with Grammy for album of the year; Celine Dion presents award in emotional moment Click to view images

Taylor Swift won album of the year at the 2024 Grammy Awards, setting a new record for the most wins by an artist in the ceremony's most prestigious category.

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The 2024 Grammys winners list Click to view images

Grammy winners list: Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Victoria Monรฉt, SZA and Billie Eilish led the 66th Grammy Awards.

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All the looks from the 2024 Grammys red carpet Click to view images

The best looks from the 2024 Grammy Awards, from Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus to Dua Lipa and Billie Eilish.

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All the best and worst moments of the 2024 Grammys, as they happened Click to view images

Read our complete coverage of the 2024 Grammy Awards, including the night's top winners, an unforgettable In Memoriam segment, Taylor Swift's new album and more.

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'Argylle' tops box office, but fails to pack any sock Click to view images

The spy thriller "Argylle," starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Rockwell and Henry Cavill, led another slow box office weekend; the faith-based streaming series "The Chosen" finished second.

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Where to stream Carl Weathers' essential movies and TV shows Click to view images

Carl Weathers, the actor whose memorable roles in films such as "Rocky," "Predator" and "The Mandalorian" made him a sought-after star, died Thursday. Here's where you can stream some of his essential work.

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