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Key winners for the 2023 Grammy Awards

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Here is a list of winners in key categories for the 65th annual Grammy Awards, which were handed out on Sunday in Los Angeles.

Beyonce led the field with a total of nine nominations and scooped up four awards, making her the winningest artist in Grammys history.

Harry Styles won the Album of the Year award, while Lizzo, Adele, Kendrick Lamar, Brandi Carlile and Bonnie Raitt also took home golden statuettes.

Album of the Year: “Harry’s House,” Harry Styles

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Record of the Year, recognizing overall performance of a song: “About Damn Time,” Lizzo

Song of the Year, recognizing songwriting: “Just Like That” — Bonnie Raitt, songwriter (Bonnie Raitt)

Best New Artist: Samara Joy

Best Dance / Electronic Music Album: “Renaissance,” Beyonce

Best Dance / Electronic Recording: “Break My Soul,” Beyonce

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Best Pop Vocal Album: “Harry’s House,” Harry Styles

Best Rap Album: “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” Kendrick Lamar

Best Rock Album: “Patient Number 9,” Ozzy Osbourne

Best Pop Solo Performance: “Easy on Me,” Adele

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: “Unholy,” Sam Smith and Kim Petras

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Best Americana Album: “In These Silent Days,” Brandi Carlile

Best Country Album: “A Beautiful Time,” Willie Nelson

Best Music Video: “All Too Well (The Short Film),” Taylor Swift

Best Global Music Album: “Sakura,” Masa Takumi

Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media: “Assassin’s Creed Ragnarok: Dawn of Ragnarok,” Stephanie Economou

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Artists with Most Wins
Beyonce – 4

Bonnie Raitt – 3

Kendrick Lamar – 3

Brandi Carlile – 3

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Blackpink’s Jisoo makes solo debut with ‘ME’

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Blackpink's Jisoo makes solo debut with 'ME'

SEOUL, (Reuters) – K-pop group Blackpink’s Jisoo became the last member to make a solo debut with her EP “ME” released on Friday.

Having debuted in 2016, Blackpink has become one of the biggest girl groups in the world, breaking records such as having the most subscribers on YouTube as an artist.

Local media reported this week that the group would put on a joint performance with pop star Lady Gaga at a state dinner U.S. President Joe Biden will host for South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol in late April. 

YG Entertainment (122870.KQ), Blackpink’s agency, said it was reviewing the offer, though the presidential office denied the reports on Friday.

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“We have our concerts and Coachella in April as a group. We have great things coming up.” Jisoo told fans in an online news conference.

Many meetings and a lot of thought went into her first record, she said, before adding that she was not nervous about her solo debut.

Jennie, another member of Blackpink, released her first solo work in 2018. Rose and Lisa also made their solo debut in 2021.

The group embarked on a world tour “Born Pink” in Seoul in October which is scheduled to continue until June.

YG Entertainment said pre-orders for Jisoo’s debut album surpassed 1.31 million copies as of Thursday.

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Earlier this month, the K-pop superstars also became the most-streamed female band on streaming app Spotify, according to Guinness World Records.

Their songs had a whopping 8,880,030,049 individual streams, overtaking British pop group Little Mix, Guinness World Records said at that time.

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Keanu Reeves gets paid for every word in John Wick 4

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Hollywood star Keanu Reeves has returned once again as John Wick, which fans have been waiting for a long time.

But did you know that in the 169-minute long film John Wick 4, this famous Hollywood hero spoke only 380 words?

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Keanu Reeves spoke 484 words in the first film of the John Wick series and then his number decreased with each film.

His longest dialogue in this new film was ‘You and I left a good life behind a long time ago, my friend’.

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But the important thing is that Keanu Reeves got paid $39,473,000 (more than one crore 11 lakh Pakistani rupees) for each word.

It is believed that Keanu Reeves was paid over one and a half million dollars (over 4.25 billion Pakistani rupees) to act in this film.

That is, he earned $552,622,000 for speaking the longest dialogue of the film.

27% of Keanu Reeves’ dialogues in the film consisted of one word such as thanks, oh, right and what.

He was paid between 10 and 20 million dollars to work in the first part of the series. 

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General Hospital spoilers: Will Spencer join hands with Viktor against Esme?

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The television drama series General Hospital has been providing viewers with drama, farewells, and shocking revelations in recent episodes. The audience can expect even more plotting, startling discoveries and drama in the upcoming episodes.

General Hospital Spoilers Highlights

Sonny, played by Maurice Benard, is still confused trying to figure out who wanted him dead when he was in the warehouse a few weeks ago. He also found the information he got by questioning Selina Wu, played by Lydia Look, to be of no help. But it is now Selina who has some other information she wants to share with Sonny.

Meanwhile, Sonny’s new right-hand man Dex, played by Evan Hofer sees a body when they are standing on the pier. Drew, played by Cameron Mathison, feels happy that he has something to do besides worry about the problems of Aurora, ELQ, and Carly, played by Laura Wright. He is also excited about the idea of bringing down Viktor, played by Charles Shaughnessy, who had held him prisoner for two years.

Drew updates Anna, played by Finola Hughes, and Valentin, played by James Patrick Stuart, that Eileen did not leave the town by choice. Spencer, played by Nicholas Alexander Chavez, is still hell-bent on making Esme, played by Avery Kristen Pohl, pay for hurting him. He also wants to get custody of his baby brother, Ace alongside the revenge. Spencer starts recalling Viktor’s promise that he could make Esme’s legal troubles reappear easily which would lead to Ace being raised by the Cassadines.

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When Esme tells Spencer that he never gets Ace, he meets Viktor and asks for more details of his plan. Will Spencer join hands with Viktor to take down Esme or will he realize how dangerous Viktor’s plan could possibly be? Will Trina, played by Tabyana Ali, be the one to talk him out of teaming up with Viktor? Josslyn, played by Eden McCoy, warns Trina that certain information can’t be made public. Will she finally confess that she is in a relationship with Dex and is scared of Sonny finding out about it?

Lastly, Maxie, played by Kirsten Storms, has been planning the Nurses Ball but when another disaster strikes, she declares exasperatedly that it is not possible to save the ball anymore. Will Lucy, played by Lynn Herring, be the one to save the day and the ball? 

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