Corden then praises her, saying: "The Grammy is in the bag".
As the co-sponsors of the #MeTooCongress bill know, workplace sexual harassment is now a political issue, and Kesha sought to address it in her performance Sunday of her single "Praying".
We had the opportunity to read Fire & Fury and it read like a juicy drama.
Secondly, I take a little issue with the statement, "Some of us love music without the politics thrown in". Didn't she write a book that she wanted people to discuss? They sent the script and a few days later Clinton accepted. Didn't the New York Times just break news that further illustrates that she's not just a terrible politician but also a terrible cultural standard-bearer for #MeToo? "I definitely wasn't there". The 60th annual Grammy Awards, which aired on CBS Sunday night, were no different. Watch the entire segment below. In exchange, the White House requested $25 billion for security at both the Mexican and Canadian borders. It felt like an emotional raw victory for myself, one step closer to healing.
"For those who dare to try to silence us, we offer these words: time is up", said Monae.
Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, took to Twitter to voice her displeasure with the comedic routine.
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