Alicia Keys

"The Voice" coach and Brandon Blackstock are splitting after nearly 7 years of marriage.
"The Late Late Show" host had been rumored as a replacement for Ellen DeGeneres after stories of workplace toxicity.
The singer shared how she handles important topics with her sons Egypt, 9, and Genesis, 5.
“We can’t talk about it later, we can’t ignore it.” The singer shares how she talked to her kids about racial injustice.
The singer also sent a tweet to YouTube stars Tim and Fred Williams denying that she's a robot.
Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, the Backstreet Boys, Tim McGraw and Billie Joe Armstrong are scheduled to take part in the event airing Sunday on Fox TV.
"Everyone’s health and safety is the #1 priority!" the singer wrote about the coronavirus pandemic.
The 26-year-old knocked her father's socks off in an Instagram post that purported to show stunning vocals. It was, in fact, a remarkable lip-sync.
The singer played Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata" after Rob Pelinka shared the song's significance to the Bryant family with the crowd at the Staples Center.
The daytime host and Alicia Keys presented high school senior DeAndre Arnold with a check during a segment of the show.
"It was that magic that happens when it’s necessary," the singer told Ellen DeGeneres.
The singer quipped in a song written for the show, "Commander in chief impeached, y’all get out. Let’s bring Cardi B in.”
The artists sang a touching rendition of the song "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday."
The awards ceremony then opened with Alicia Keys giving an emotional tribute: "We are standing here heartbroken in the house that Kobe Bryant built."
The late icon's longtime collaborator Sheila E. said she is "honored to be performing" at the event later this month.
The "Bad Guy" singer had chops then, too. Watch Keys groove to the old video.
“Donald went after AOC and the squad, because deep down inside he knows he’s a fraud."
"I think artists have to speak their truth," the "Girl on Fire" singer said ahead of her hosting gig.
Lizzo stands as the year's most-nominated artist ahead of the ceremony, which will be hosted once again by Alicia Keys.
The singer called for fewer "labels" and "more expressions" in an inspiring video on Instagram.