Priyanka Chopra is certainly going places. The actress attended the 2018 Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala in New York on Saturday, to eulogize and applaud Jay-Z and his contribution in the world of music. The Grammy Salute and gala had the who’s who of the music world in attendance. Right from Pink, John Legend, Sting, Cardi B, Camilla Cabello, Chrissy Teigen among others were all present at the party. The Indian beauty looked absolutely gorgeous donning a white satin suit within which she wore a black lacy bralette. Keeping in line with the Golden Globes that had everyone dressed in black to express their solidarity to the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, the gala last night had most celebs dressed in white as a sign of support to the aforementioned campaigns. Among those present, Cardi B, Dua Lipa and Rita Ora were among those dressed in white.

Alicia Keys reportedly serenaded Jay Z at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel, who dedicated a medley of his popular hits on piano, ending it with their famous collaboration, Empire State Of Mind. The last performance of the evening ended with a stimulating tribute to Aretha Franklin by Jennifer Hudson in her absence. While the Hip-hop trio Migos performed their superhit number, Bad and Boujee, Luis Fonsi performed his No 1 track of the year Despacito. Ben Platt and Leslie Odom reprised their Tony-winning roles in Hamilton and Dear Even Hansen, leavingthe audiences at a loss of words.

The winners of the 60th annual Grammy Awards will be reportedly announced on January 28, 2018 at Madison Square Garden in New York. The 60th Grammy Awards’ telecast will be broadcast live on CBS at 7:30 p.m. EST. The prestigious ceremony will be hosted by none other than, English actor, comedian, television host, and singer, James Kimberley Cordon. Among those who bagged the maximum nominations this year are Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino and Bruno Mars. It is quite an interesting line up this year. Who do you think will win big this awards season? Let us know in the comments’ section below.