It's award show season and the 63rd GRAMMY Awards will be airing in just a few weeks.
While we are all excited to see how our favorite celebs step out and what awards they'll be taking home, it looks like the GRAMMY pre-show is where its at. This year, Jhene Aiko is set to host the premiere ceremony and we are all here for it!
Jhene Aiko will be the first host that is also nominated for album of the year. In addition, its been reported that the majority of awards given that night will be presented during the pre-show.
The ceremony will be kicking off on Sunday, March 14th.
If you're in the Raleigh area and noticed your mail never got delivered to you, you may want to keep reading.
A recent audit discovered that thousands of pieces of mail were undelivered with some being left sitting on shelves for months, at the Avent Ferry Post Office. Auditors from The United States Postal Service Inspector General's Office say during the single day they visited the location, more than 6,000 pieces of mail were undelivered.
Ethiopia Habtemariam has been serving as president of Motown Records for the last six years and crushing it. Well, it looks like she is moving on up and has now been promoted to Chairman and CEO of Motown Records.
Ethiopia says, "It's an incredible honor to represent and define what Motown is today."
In her new role, Habtemariam will have more independence and plans to "lift up our next generation on executives around the world."
After a while of waiting on an update, it looks like there's some money coming our way when it comes to President Biden's stimulus package.
The House of Representatives voted to approve the $1.9 stimulus package.
The package includes $1,400 for those who make less than $70,000 a year, decreasing the more someone makes. If you make over $100,000 a year, the money will not be where you reside. The package does not include a check for those making more than $100,000 and of course some people did not agree with that.
No Republicans voted to pass the bill and 2 Democrats actually voted against it as well.