Big names like Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, and Taylor Swift may have been among the leading nominees at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards (January 26), but it’s pretty safe to say the night belonged to the new class.

Lizzo‘s ‘Truth Hurts’ hurt the competition in multiple categories including snatching honors in Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Urban Contemporary, and Best Traditional R&B Performance categories while ‘Old Town Road’ star Lil Nas X rode ahead of his competitors in ‘Best Pop Duo/Group Performance’ and ‘Best Music Video’ fields.

However, if anyone would be crowned the night’s champion it would be 18-year-old newcomer Billie Eilish.  See why inside:


The 62nd annual Grammy Awards certainly provided many a notable moment courtesy of the host of music stars who took to the stage.

Now, after show-stopping performances from Ariana Grande, Lizzo, Billie Eilish, Alicia Keys, Usher, and more (click here to watch), see who walked away with the show’s biggest star – its coveted trophies!

A full winner’s list awaits below…


It looks like the Recording Academy is saying ‘thank u, next’ to Pop darlings Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift as both chart-toppers were serially snubbed at this year’s Grammy Awards despite entering the ceremony with multiple nominations.

Details inside:


Alison Krauss may reign as the Queen of the Grammys with a whopping 27 wins over her 30-year career (the most of any female act), but – thanks to 4 nominations at the 62nd annual Grammys Awards (January 26) – another music Queen entered the night as a threat to that throne:  Beyoncé .

Grabbing nods in BEST POP SOLO PERFORMANCE (“Spirit”), BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM (“The Lion King: The Gift”), BEST SONG WRITTEN FOR VISUAL MEDIA (“Spirit”), and BEST MUSIC FILM (“Homecoming”) categories, the 38-year-old – already the event’s most nominated female performer ever – stood to tie Krauss’ winning record if she took home each of the trophies she was up for at the 2020 ceremony.

However, much to the dismay of her faithful fan base (the #Beyhive), Bey fell short on the challenge as her last category has been called.  All’s not lost, though.

Find out which award the ‘Formation’ singer’s adding to her mantle:

Ahead of Demi Lovato‘s triumphant return to the Grammy stage on Sunday (Jan. 26), the Pop diva’s unveiled the first listen to her new single, ‘Anyone.’

Reportedly written just days before her July 2018 overdose, the deeply personal tune will debut via the live treatment on music’s biggest stage.

Before then, hear it below:


The Grammy Awards 2020 are currently underway and, as ever, That Grape Juice will be providing you with performances as they occur!

With exciting performances from Ariana Grande, Jonas Brothers, Alicia Keys, Lizzo, Camila Cabello, and many more, tuck in below to see the best stage moments from tonight’s Alicia Keys-hosted show:


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Janet Jackson and Beyonce were two of the titans in the house at the 2020 Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala.

The prestigious ceremony has long been established as a staple of the GRAMMY Week festivities.

A status its star-studded guest list this year more than lived up to – especially Ms. Jackson, who was honored with a special award.

Check out more snaps after the jump…