Grammy Awards: Lady Gaga gets 3 and Cardi B creates history

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The star also won best cocktail outspoken for Joanne

Lady Gaga was an early leader during a 2019 Grammys, picking adult 3 prizes, including best cocktail duet for Shallow.

Holding behind tears, a star thanked Bradley Cooper, her co-star and executive in A Star Is Born, who missed a uncover to attend The Baftas.

She used her debate to prominence a film’s mental health message, revelation a audience: “If we see someone that’s hurting, don’t demeanour away.”

Ariana Grande, Dua Lipa and Childish Gambino also took home vital awards.

Dua won best new artist – one of a night’s 4 categorical awards – apropos a initial British artist to accept a honour given Sam Smith in 2015.

She thanked “all a implausible womanlike artists” she’d been nominated with, adding: “I theory this year we’ve unequivocally stepped up.”

The critique was a puncture during Grammys trainer Neil Portnow, who – final year – attempted to inhibit critique of a miss of womanlike winners by observant women indispensable to “step up” if they wanted to be considered.

He after apologised for his comments and announced a charge force to tackle gender imbalance during a Grammys.

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Ariana, who pulled out of a designed performance after a brawl with organisers, perceived best cocktail manuscript for Sweetener – her initial ever Grammy Award.

“This is furious and beautiful,” she tweeted. “Thank we so much.”

Brooklyn rapper Cardi B became a initial solo womanlike to win best swat album, for her entrance Invasion of Privacy.

She thanked her baby daughter Kulture Kiari for giving her a procedure to finish a record on schedule.

“When we found out we was pregnant, my manuscript was not complete,” she said. “So we was like, ‘I have to get this manuscript finished so we can fire these videos while we was not showing.'”

Obama surprise

Pop star Camila Cabello non-stop a rite with a charming – and costly – entertainment of her pound strike Havana.

“The opening is formed off of my grandma’s childhood, and we have my family in a performance,” she pronounced on a red carpet. “I really have serious butterflies.”

The sizzling opening also enclosed associate Latin performers Ricky Martin and J Balvin, as good as a full Cuban salsa band.

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It set a tinge for a female-fronted Grammy ceremony, a response to criticism of final year’s event, where usually one lady took home a vital prize.

2018 horde James Corden was transposed by Alicia Keys, who brought out Gaga, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Jennifer Lopez and former initial lady Michelle Obama during her opening link.

Obama gave a debate about a unifying energy of music: “Whether we like nation or swat or rock, strain helps us share ourselves, a grace and sorrows, a hopes and joys. It allows us to hear one another, to entice any other in.”

The uncover also distinguished dual of a industry’s biggest womanlike stars – Dolly Parton and Diana Ross, who were recognized for their grant to music.

Parton was assimilated on theatre by Katy Perry, Kacey Musgraves, Little Big Town and Maren Morris for a joyous miscellany of her biggest hits.

“I’m only internally freaking out,” pronounced Morris before a show. “I met her and we was only perplexing not to quote Steel Magnolias during her.”

Parton’s god-daughter Miley Cyrus also took partial in a energetic duet of Jolene.

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Dozens of awards were handed out before a televised rite kicked off, with The Greatest Showman, winning best soundtrack; and Childish Gambino’s incendiary, sardonic conflict on secular politics and gun control, This Is America, holding home best video.

Dua Lipa won her initial Grammy for a Silk City partnership Electricity, that got best dance recording. The British star is adult for best new artist after in a show.

“I’m so emotional,” pronounced a British star, who is also adult for best new artist in a categorical ceremony. “I keep perplexing to demeanour after my make-up. It’s watering on a sides!”

Fellow Brit Ella Mai also won an early prize – best RB strain for a slinky summer strike Boo’d Up.

“I’m legit perplexing to take it all in,” pronounced a singer, who’s also nominated for strain of a year. “I’ve dreamt of this impulse ever given we was a small girl.”

Is Quincy immortal?

At a age of 85, nation star Willie Nelson won best normal cocktail outspoken manuscript for My Way. He’s distant from being a oldest-ever Grammy winner, though. That fame is hold by Pinetop Perkins, who won best normal blues manuscript in 2011, when he was 97.

Brandi Carlile and Kacey Musgraves swept a play in their particular genre categories, Americana and Country, positioning them as a ones to kick in a night’s categorical difficulty – manuscript of a year.

Winning best nation manuscript for Golden Hour, Musgraves said: “I never dreamed this record would be met with such warmth, such positivity.”

She dedicated a endowment to “my honeyed husband” Ruston Kelly, revelation him: “I wouldn’t have this manuscript if we hadn’t met you”.

Elsewhere, Quincy Jones was celebrated in a best strain film category, for a Netflix film Quincy.

The endowment was supposed by his daughter, singer Rashida Jones, who said: “When he initial saw a film he said, ‘I wish we could live perpetually – and we consider he could be a initial chairman to do that. we wish we do, dad.”

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Rashida Jones collected a Grammy for her father’s film, Quincy

Kendrick Lamar and Drake lead this year’s nominations, with 8 and 7 respectively.

They are both adult for manuscript of a year, alongside Cardi B, H.E.R., Post Malone and Janelle Monae.

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