Bill Clinton and Harry Styles Praise Fleetwood Mac, Lorde and Miley Cyrus Slay at Grammy MusiCares Concert

Every year on the Friday before the Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy’s charitable organization MusiCares holds a benefit honoring a legendary living artist — such as Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Tom Petty — in which covers of their songs are performed by other artists and then the honoree comes out for a big finale. In […]

Every year on the Friday before the Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy’s charitable organization MusiCares holds a benefit honoring a legendary living artist — such as Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Tom Petty — in which covers of their songs are performed by other artists and then the honoree comes out for a big finale. In […]

Watch Bill Clinton, Harry Styles Honor Fleetwood Mac at MusiCares Benefit (Video)

The 2018 Grammys in New York City are still a day away, but that doesn’t mean Manhattan music fans have to wait for some good music. A little Fleetwood Mac, anyone? Bill Clinton and Harry Styles are in.

The former POTUS and the One Direction standout introduced the legendary “Landslide” group Friday at The Recording Academy’s annual MusiCares benefit.

There, Clinton was quick to point out that he has won two Grammys himself. His date, Hillary Clinton, owns a gramophone of her own. As for Styles, well, maybe next year champ.

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Watch the video above, which also includes several musical performance tributes to the iconic band.

The 60th annual Grammy Awards air Sunday starting at 7:30 p.m. ET on CBS.

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The 2018 Grammys in New York City are still a day away, but that doesn’t mean Manhattan music fans have to wait for some good music. A little Fleetwood Mac, anyone? Bill Clinton and Harry Styles are in.

The former POTUS and the One Direction standout introduced the legendary “Landslide” group Friday at The Recording Academy’s annual MusiCares benefit.

There, Clinton was quick to point out that he has won two Grammys himself. His date, Hillary Clinton, owns a gramophone of her own. As for Styles, well, maybe next year champ.

Watch the video above, which also includes several musical performance tributes to the iconic band.

The 60th annual Grammy Awards air Sunday starting at 7:30 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Harry Styles, Camila Cabello, DJ Khaled Make Barack Obama’s Year-End Playlist

Former U.S. President Barack Obama is keeping his annual new year’s tradition alive by posting a year-end list of his favorite books and songs from 2017. Among the artists that made the cut are Harry Styles, Camila Cabello, Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, Mavis Staples, Chris Stapleton, U2, Chance the Rapper and Portgual the Man. Obama also […]

Former U.S. President Barack Obama is keeping his annual new year’s tradition alive by posting a year-end list of his favorite books and songs from 2017. Among the artists that made the cut are Harry Styles, Camila Cabello, Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, Mavis Staples, Chris Stapleton, U2, Chance the Rapper and Portgual the Man. Obama also […]

Harry Styles Filled in for James Corden so CBS Host Could Become a Dad (Video)

Harry Styles is a handsome lad, an excellent singer, and a good friend. On Tuesday, the One Direction singer filled in for James Corden so the regular “Late Late Show” host could become a dad.

Corden and his wife Jules had a baby girl yesterday afternoon when Styles came through on less than three hours notice. “Donald Trump finally got tired of James’ jokes and deported him back to England,” Harry initially told the CBS studio audience.

But seriously, folks.

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“She looks a lot like James,” Styles said of the Cordens’ new addition, “mainly because James looks like a giant baby.”

Then he got to the (bigger) news of the day, like the Alabama Senate race and Donald Trump’s tweets.

For his part, the new daddy thanked Styles on Twitter — see that below and watch the “Late Late Show” video above.

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Today we welcomed a beautiful baby daughter into the world. Both she and her mother are doing great. We can’t stop smiling. Thank you Harry for stepping in to host the show at 2 and a half hours notice! x x x

— James Corden (@JKCorden) December 13, 2017

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Harry Styles is a handsome lad, an excellent singer, and a good friend. On Tuesday, the One Direction singer filled in for James Corden so the regular “Late Late Show” host could become a dad.

Corden and his wife Jules had a baby girl yesterday afternoon when Styles came through on less than three hours notice. “Donald Trump finally got tired of James’ jokes and deported him back to England,” Harry initially told the CBS studio audience.

But seriously, folks.

“She looks a lot like James,” Styles said of the Cordens’ new addition, “mainly because James looks like a giant baby.”

Then he got to the (bigger) news of the day, like the Alabama Senate race and Donald Trump’s tweets.

For his part, the new daddy thanked Styles on Twitter — see that below and watch the “Late Late Show” video above.

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Harry Styles, Camila Cabello Honor Sony Music CEO Rob Stringer in London

Sony Music CEO Rob Stringer was feted with the Music Industry Trusts Award at a star-studded gala in London On Monday night (Nov. 6). The annual event recognizes British luminaries who’ve made an impact on the global music business and also raises money for the Brit School, Adele’s alma mater, and Nordoff Robbins, a charity […]

Sony Music CEO Rob Stringer was feted with the Music Industry Trusts Award at a star-studded gala in London On Monday night (Nov. 6). The annual event recognizes British luminaries who’ve made an impact on the global music business and also raises money for the Brit School, Adele’s alma mater, and Nordoff Robbins, a charity […]

Pink, Lorde, Sam Smith, and Two One Directioners Stand Up to Cancer at Hollywood Bowl

Getting a jump on the Jingle Balls and all the other radio-sponsored concerts to come in about six weeks, CBS Radio gathered its own multiplicity of megastars at the Hollywood Bowl Saturday night for an even better cause than seasonal cheer and self-promotion. The breast cancer awareness-benefitting We Can Survive show boasted a 10-act lineup […]

Getting a jump on the Jingle Balls and all the other radio-sponsored concerts to come in about six weeks, CBS Radio gathered its own multiplicity of megastars at the Hollywood Bowl Saturday night for an even better cause than seasonal cheer and self-promotion. The breast cancer awareness-benefitting We Can Survive show boasted a 10-act lineup […]

‘SNL’: Is There a New Episode Airing This Week?

SNL” is on its first break of Season 43 this week, with no new episode airing on Oct. 21.

Instead, NBC is playing the “Saturday Night Live” Season 43 premiere episode that first aired on Sept. 30. That episode starred Ryan Gosling as its host, with Jay-Z performing as musical guest. It also included an appearance by guest star Alec Baldwin, reprising his extremely popular role as Donald Trump.

“SNL” is also off next week, but at least part of its usual time slot won’t be filled with a rerun. Instead, there’s something special planned for what would otherwise be the “SNL” Halloween episode. It’s the return of viral Halloween sensation David S. Pumpkins, a character played by Tom Hanks a year ago during the show’s Oct. 22, 2016 episode.

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This year, Pumpkins returns in a half-hour animated special that airs at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT. Hanks is repirsing his role, and Peter Dinklage will also join the voice cast for the episode.

In the original “Haunted Elevator” sketch (which you can watch here), Mikey Day and Bobby Moynihan played a pair of men dressed as skeletons to back up Pumpkins. Both are lending their voices to the animated special as well, despite the fact that Moynihan left “SNL” at the end of Season 42.

“SNL” returns to its regular form on Nov. 4. Larry David is scheduled to host the episode, with musical guest Miley Cyrus. David has popped up on the show from time to time in the last season to play Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but he hasn’t hosted the show since Feb. 6, 2016.

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There have been three new episodes in Season 43 so far, including last week’s, in which Kumail Nanjiani hosted with musical guest P!nk. The episode also included a new Trump cold open, and was the first episode to address the many accusations of sexual harassment and assault against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

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SNL” is on its first break of Season 43 this week, with no new episode airing on Oct. 21.

Instead, NBC is playing the “Saturday Night Live” Season 43 premiere episode that first aired on Sept. 30. That episode starred Ryan Gosling as its host, with Jay-Z performing as musical guest. It also included an appearance by guest star Alec Baldwin, reprising his extremely popular role as Donald Trump.

“SNL” is also off next week, but at least part of its usual time slot won’t be filled with a rerun. Instead, there’s something special planned for what would otherwise be the “SNL” Halloween episode. It’s the return of viral Halloween sensation David S. Pumpkins, a character played by Tom Hanks a year ago during the show’s Oct. 22, 2016 episode.

This year, Pumpkins returns in a half-hour animated special that airs at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT. Hanks is repirsing his role, and Peter Dinklage will also join the voice cast for the episode.

In the original “Haunted Elevator” sketch (which you can watch here), Mikey Day and Bobby Moynihan played a pair of men dressed as skeletons to back up Pumpkins. Both are lending their voices to the animated special as well, despite the fact that Moynihan left “SNL” at the end of Season 42.

“SNL” returns to its regular form on Nov. 4. Larry David is scheduled to host the episode, with musical guest Miley Cyrus. David has popped up on the show from time to time in the last season to play Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, but he hasn’t hosted the show since Feb. 6, 2016.

There have been three new episodes in Season 43 so far, including last week’s, in which Kumail Nanjiani hosted with musical guest P!nk. The episode also included a new Trump cold open, and was the first episode to address the many accusations of sexual harassment and assault against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

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