The D-List: Monday

“Shallow” Gets a Grammy Win

Congratulations are in order for Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Their duet of the song "Shallow" from the Oscar-nominated movie A Star Is Born picked won the Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.

Gaga, who performed the song without Bradly Cooper, accepted the award and said, "I wish Bradley was here with me right now. He's at the BAFTAs."

Gaga also took the time to talk about mental health saying, "I'm so proud to be part of a movie that addresses mental health issues. They're so important. And a lot of artists deal with that. And we gotta take care of each other."

"Shallow" was nominated for four Grammys.

Cardi’s Grammy Look Had Social Media Buzzing

Cardi B walked the red carpet in a vintage couture dress that had Twitter buzzing with praise and jokes.

The dress, a Thierry Mugler 1995 vintage which was first worn by model Simonetta Gianfelici, stood out to photogs and Twitter users.

While some thought the dress and Cardi looked absolutely perfect, the slander on Twitter was real.

Some users said Cardi looked like "a pearl in an oyster." While others said her couture dress reminded them of a coffee filter and even blueprint paper rolls.

John Mayer Joins Grammys With Alicia Keys

Last night at the Grammys there was a reunion that was 15 years in the making between John Mayer and Alicia Keys.

During last night's show, Keys told the story of how she lost to Mayer during the 2004 Grammys for Song of The Year.

When Mayer won, he broke the award in half and gave Alicia the other half of the award. While Keys talked about the moment, she held the half in her hand and then Mayer came on stage with the other half.

Before announcing the award the Alicia said, "We're putting it back together." Mayer added, "just for one night only."

UCLA Gymnast Gets Another Perfect 10

UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi went viral with her perfect 10 in the floor exercise a few weeks ago. She's done it again.

Over the weekend, Ohashi scored another 10 in the floor exercise with a great routine.

The music choices were similar with selections from Tina Turner, Earth, Wind, and Fire, Janet Jackson and Michael Jackson.

Ohashi scored the perfect score at a meet in her hometown of Seattle, Washington.

Backstreet Boys Campaigning For Super Bowl Halftime Show Next Year

Backstreet's could be back at the Super Bowl, alright. If the boy band has their say, they'd like to perform at next year's Halftime show.

Speaking to E! at the Grammy's on Sunday, the Backstreet Boys' Kevin Richardson joked, "You know, give us a call. We might be free," describing the opportunity as "a big honor".

Nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 61st annual ceremony, Brian Littrell noted, "Besides winning a Grammy, that's the only thing we haven't done."

BSB has been to the Big Game though. They performed the National Anthem in 2001.

Who Played The Piano During Cardi B's Grammy Performance?

Cardi B got a lot of buzz during her Grammy performance of Money. Her piano player also received a lot of attention.

The woman who started Cardi's set is Chloe Flower.

Flower is a classical pianist, composer, and activist.

After the performance, Flower posted the video on Instagram and captioned it saying, "What an honor. Thank you @iamcardib for having me on stage with you at the Grammys and for graciously allowing me to add my style of music to yours!"

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