Morgan was injured in June when the limousine he was riding in was struck by a tractor-trailer owned by Wal-Mart
The Tony Award host drops some theatrical rhymes
Among moments at Los Angeles' Staples Center that viewers missed on the awards telecast, included the audience's visual impression over Lorde only being 17 years...
Daft Punk takes home the coveted Album of the Year statue -- and a number of others
Julia Roberts, Jeremy Renner and others also added to presenters' schedule
The rapper and "NCIS: Los Angeles" star will host this Sunday's Grammy Awards
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Kacey Musgraves, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, John Legend, Sara Bareilles and Carole King join previously announced line-up
Stevie Wonder joining Daft Punk
Hall and Oates join the lineup, Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band earns the Award for Musical Excellence
Who will win Song of the Year at the 56th annual Music's Biggest Night? It will be either P!nk, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Lorde or...
Once-shocking acts may soon be celebrated at a lovely museum in Cleveland
The comedian follows several of her co-hosts out the door
The "Colbert Report" host tried to bridge the gay-marriage divide during a duet with actor Alan Cumming
"Live For You" music and lyrics are much more radio friendly compared to publicly-panned "Accidental Racist"
Here are the transcribed words to Brad Paisley and LL Cool J's song, if you can't bring yourself to listen
The artists effort to promote a colorblind society comes off as tone-deaf
The producers of the Grammys launch their first-ever Emmy campaign in an attempt to get voters to notice how they reacted to Whitney Houston's death
Les Moonves -- the "mack daddy behind this whole CBS phenomenon" -- and his cohorts take a self-congratulatory tone at the network's upfront
Grammy host LL Cool J strikes perfect tone; Adele delivers another stellar performance and her six wins include song, record and album of the year
'NCIS: LA' star to host ceremony on CBS
Joel McHale also added to growing slate for August 29 show
After rapper claims footage was misrepresented, cable network cuts it