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Alessia Cara Will Be Joined By Suicide Attempt Survivors During Grammys Performance

Alessia Cara Will Be Joined By Suicide Attempt Survivors During Grammys Performance

Alessia Cara will be giving another touching performance of “1-800-273-8255″ during the Grammys!

The 21-year-old songstress will be taking the stage alongside Logic and Khalid to perform the Grammy-nominated with a group of suicide attempt and loss survivors selected by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

The group’s song is nominated for Song Of The Year and Best Music Video while Alessia is also up for Best New Artist and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Stay” with Zedd).

Other newly announced performers include Luis Fonsi with Daddy Yankee, Kesha, Bruno Mars with Cardi B and SZA.

Previously announced performers include Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town, Pink and Ben Platt.

Alessia Cara Hints About Her Sophomore Album: 'I'm Trying To Do It All on This Album'

Alessia Cara Hints About Her Sophomore Album: 'I'm Trying To Do It All on This Album'

Alessia Cara‘s debut album, Know-It-All, is still one of our favorite albums to date.

Now, the Best New Artist Grammy nominee opened up to EW about the next album, and how she’s not trying to have every song be a message about something.

“I don’t know if every song is going to be like that, just because that would be very heavy,” she shared with the magazine. “But I’ve been writing new music, and it’s almost done, and I have a bunch of songs that keep those topics in mind.”

Alessia adds, “When you make your first album, you’re not sure who is going to listen, but now I’m aware that I have a platform. I’m always going to offer an escape or some sort of light for people. I’m trying to do all of that on this album.”

Even if not every song has a clear message, she still wants them all to have meaning to who she is and what her fans relate to.

“For a while, pop music was really stagnant. There was a moment where it felt like everyone wanted fluff and they didn’t want a message,” Alessia says. “I know there are people who still don’t, but there has been a new wave of music that has meaning. It’s a good time to be positive and help each other.”

Alessia Cara Reacts To Her Grammy Nominations: 'I'm Not Sure What To Say or Feel'

Alessia Cara Reacts To Her Grammy Nominations: 'I'm Not Sure What To Say or Feel'

Alessia Cara is having an amazing morning — because she just got nominated for not one, but FOUR Grammys at the upcoming 2018 Grammys.

The singer-songwriter headed to Twitter after she heard the news and wrote a little note to her fans about the recognition.

“really honoured to be given this kind of acknowledgment,” Alessia writes. “I’m not sure what to say or feel at the moment, but for now, thank u to everyone in my corner for all ur love.”

Alessia is up for Best New Artist, Best Music Video and Song Of The Year for “1-800-273-8255″, and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Stay” with Zedd.

Click inside for all the rest of the 2018 Grammy nominations… More Here! »

Alessia Cara Gives a Powerful Performance of 'Stay' at the AMAs 2017 - Watch!

Alessia Cara Gives a Powerful Performance of 'Stay' at the AMAs 2017 - Watch!

Alessia Cara looks absolutely stunning as she performs during the the 2017 American Music Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (November 19) in Los Angeles.

The 21-year-old singer was joined by DJ Zedd for a powerful performance of their hit song “Stay.”

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Alessia and Zedd took a different approach to their hit dance song as Zedd played the piano while they were accompanied by violinists.

Earlier in the night, Alessia rocked a cool, black jumpsuit as she arrived on the red carpet.

Watch the performance below!

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Rachel Platten & Alessia Cara Opt For Pants at American Music Awards 2017

Rachel Platten & Alessia Cara Opt For Pants at American Music Awards 2017

Rachel Platten and Alessia Cara skipped the dresses for the 2017 American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (November 19) in Los Angeles.

The singers were joined by Alessia‘s “Stay” collaborator Zedd, who wore a full velvet tuxedo.

Alessia and Zedd, who wore a velvet suit, are set to hit the stage to perform their song together.

Alessia is also nominated for Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock. She’s up against Lady Gaga and Rihanna.

Make sure to tune in to the AMAs airing RIGHT NOW on ABC!

FYI: Rachel is wearing Thai Nguyen Atelier with Beladora jewelry.

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Lele Pons & Rudy Mancuso Present at Latin Grammy Awards 2017 in Vegas

Lele Pons & Rudy Mancuso Present at Latin Grammy Awards 2017 in Vegas

Lele Pons shows off her glittering dress on the red carpet at the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards held at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Thursday night (November 16) in Las Vegas.

The 21-year-old digital creator joined best friend and musician Rudy Mancuso, as well as Alessia Cara at the event.

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During the show, Lele and Rudy presented a performer together and she ended their intro by slapping Rudy‘s butt! LOL!


FYI: Lele wore a Galia Lahav Haute Couture gown for the show.

10+ pics inside of Lele Pons, Rudy Mancuso and Alessia Cara

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Alessia Cara Says Her Sophomore Album is a 'Lot More Mature'

Alessia Cara Says Her Sophomore Album is a 'Lot More Mature'

Alessia Cara‘s music always comes with a powerful message, from the empowering “Scars to Your Beautiful” to the important “1-800-273-8255.”

Now, the 21-year-old singer is working on her sophomore album, which she hopes to release “early or mid-next year,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

“It’s a lot more mature sonically and even lyrically,” Alessia revealed. “I’ve been writing a lot more maturely and in bit more in a reflective way as opposed to the first album which was very aggressive and kind of like teenage angst.”


“In this one I’ve calmed down a bit. It’s more vulnerable and a little bit more introspective.”

We can’t wait to hear how she’s grown.

Watch her full interview inside… More Here! »

Alessia Cara Keeps Crowd On Their Feet at We Can Survive Concert

Alessia Cara Keeps Crowd On Their Feet at We Can Survive Concert

Alessia Cara takes the stage at the We Can Survive benefit concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday night (October 21) in Hollywood.

The 21-year-old singer performed some of her hits including “Here,” “Stay,” “I’m Yours,” and “Scars to Your Beautiful,” as well as her rendition of “How Far I’ll Go” from the Moana soundtrack. She was a big highlight of the night, keeping the crowd on their feet through her whole six song set.

Sam Smith also took the stage to perform some of his songs, including “I’m Not the Only One,” “Like I Can,” “Pray,” “Stay With Me,” and his latest hit “Too Good at Goodbyes.”

Lorde brought her energy to the concert with hits such as “Homemade Dynamite,” “Team,” “Royals,” “Liability,” “Perfect Places,” and “Green Light.”

Click inside for more photos of the singers at the concert… More Here! »

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