Ryan Reynolds, Demi Lovato and Kendrick Lamar are just a few of the many celebrities who have spoken out about mental health.
"Black Panther" won Outstanding Motion Picture and Beyoncé won Entertainer of the Year.
The duo will not be available to perform their hit song “All the Stars” from Best Picture nominee “Black Panther.”
Country queen Kacey Musgraves took home the night's top prize for her album "Golden Hour."
The Oscar-winning actress recalled the "clarity" of listening to Kendrick Lamar's album "Damn" after her break.
Except maybe Steph Curry in God mode.
The character was tailor-made for Lamar by Kemp, executive producer and show regular 50 Cent.
The rapper is the first honoree in the music category outside the classical or jazz genres.
In an interview with HuffPost, Nate Moore said he asked the Russo brothers to reconsider the death.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning artist gave her another shot.