Grammys 2019: They wore that? Fashions and photos from the red carpet


Keys delivered a somewhat rambling speech about music being our "global language", telling the crowd, "Music is what we all love". Music shows us that all of it matters every story with every voice every note with every song.

It's billed at the music industry's biggest night, but the 61st annual Grammys on Sunday are also a showcase for the latest in celebrity attire.

"From the Mo-Town records I wore out on the south side, to the who run the world song that fueled me through this last decade".

"Whether we like country, or rap, or rock - music helps us share ourselves", Obama, 55, told the crowd. "I want to be the one that really just continues to reach out to the people that I love and admire and my friends, and just be able to create an unbelievable energy", she added. "As much as it is about me, it's not just about me", said Monae, who gave a powerful speech previous year ahead of Kesha's emotional and striking performance celebrating sisterhood and women's rights. Five of the eight album-of-the-year nominees are women, including Carlile's "By the Way, I Forgive You", Janelle Monae's "Dirty Computer", Cardi B's "Invasion of Privacy", Musgraves' "Golden Hour", and H.E.R.'s self-titled album are also in contention. But here's what I know: "Every voice we hear needs to be honored and respected". "Music has always been the one place we can all feel truly free". "Is that right, ladies?"

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"Tonight we celebrate the greatness in each other, all of us, through music", Keys said.

Keys paused to absorb the moment and referenced the Beyonce song in asking, "Who run the world?"

"Thank you so much".

When it was first announced that Keys would be this year's host, ET's Kevin Frazier spoke with the singer at a promo shoot for the awards show, and she dished on what she hoped to accomplish in her role as emcee. "Celebrating so many awesome nominees, particularly women nominees ... is so incredibly magnificent and so many are my friends", said Alicia.