Ellie Goulding is stunning in blue while walking the red carpet at the 2016 Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute to Industry Icons held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (February 14) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The two musicians will be performing at duet at Monday night’s show and to hype fans up, held a fun Twitter Q&A on their social accounts.
“Hey! Errmm, is this the longest hashtag you’ve ever seen? #GRAMMYsAskToriAndJames,” James asked Tori to get things started.
Tori replied, “indeed the longest hashtag in all the land. excited for @thegrammys or nah @JamesBayMusic.”
Check out more of the convo below!
Tori is also pictured below at the 2016 Grammys Radio Row at Staples Center on Friday (February 12) with JoJo, Jess Glynne, and Zara Larsson and at the 2016 MusiCares Person Of The Year rehearsals later on.
JoJo wows the audience with her performance of “Save My Soul” on Late Night With Seth Meyers earlier in the week.
The 25-year-old singer recently spoke with GQ about moving forward with her career and her new album.
“Iâ€™m kind of a serial monogamist. Iâ€™ve been in a few year-and-a-half, two-year relationships since I was 14. And now is my first time being single,” JoJo explained about the main topic. “So writing about that, just the good, the bad, and the ugly, and the fact that I might be addicted to love. Love, sex, passion, mistakes. Alcohol-fueled nights.”
She added, “I just wanted it to be a snapshot of where Iâ€™m at. Love is my favorite thing in the world. Itâ€™s what moves me most, and thatâ€™s what Iâ€™ve always loved to signify, even since I was 12 and recording my first album.”
JoJo is also pictured below, arriving for a night out with some friends in Los Angeles on Friday night (February 5).
JoJo sits down for her interview at the AOL Build Series in New York City on Tuesday afternoon (January 26).
The 25-year-old “When Love Hurts” singer opened up about her upcoming album, singing and more at the event.
Later on, JoJo stopped by HuffPo Live where she talked about the bad contract she was in with her former record label.
“I was in a bad contract, and the label I was with didn’t have distribution and I wasn’t able to release anything. I didn’t own my voice. So I was stuck in a situation where I just felt like my hands were tied, and they were,” she shared.
JoJo added, “My mom was managing me, and we’re from a small town in Massachusetts. She was cleaning houses before she was managing me. We just didn’t know what we were getting into, so it’s natural that you might be in a situation over your head.”