*Adele confirmed that she and longtime love Simon Konecki have tied the knot while accepting the Grammy Award for album of the year on Sunday.After spending much of her acceptance speech gushing over fellow nominee Beyoncé, Adele thanked her “husband.”The couple – who share son Angelo, 4 – set the internet on fire last month when the singer was spotted out and about wearing a band on her left ring finger. Reps for the Grammy winner had “no comment” at the time.
*David Bowie: The late rock legend won five Grammys Sunday night, including Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song.James Hetfield:
*Metallica frontman's mic wasn't working during part of the band's Grammy performance with Lady Gaga.
*Carol Burnett won the Best Spoken Word Album award at Sunday's Grammys for In Such Good Company: Eleven Years of Laughter, Mayhem, and Fun in the Sandbox, the audiobook version of her behind-the-scenes account of The Carol Burnett Show.
*La La Land won five BAFTA Awards (England's version of the Oscars) Sunday, including best film. Emma Stone (La La Land) and Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea) won the top acting honors.
*He's talented, famous, rich and handsome, plus he's married to a Victoria's Secret model. No wonder Adam Levine said he was "one of the luckiest people who's ever lived" Friday, when he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.Adam's pals Sammy Hagar and Blake Shelton were there to make speeches about what a great guy he is. His wife Behati Prinsloo, daughter Dusty Rose and his parents also were there to support him,
* (EW)After Ben Affleck bailed on directing the next Batman movie, in which he stars, a new director has been found. Variety says Matt Reeves is in talks to take over.
*Shia LaBeouf had a visit from Jesus on Friday -- and the star called the cops. That's because the guy was actually a stalker who showed up at the star's L.A. home in an attempt to "save" him.The homeless man, who claimed to be the son of God, was handcuffed when police arrived, but Shia refused to press charges.Meanwhile, the Museum of the Moving Image has shut down Shia’s Donald Trump protest because it had become a "serious and ongoing public safety hazard." The project, which started on Inauguration Day, featured a camera outside the New York museum where anyone could be filmed saying, “He will not divide us.” LaBeouf wanted the protest to last four years.
AT THE MOVIES:
*The LEGO Batman Movie got the most love at the Valentine's Day weekend box office. The animated flick, featuring the voice of Will Arnett as the caped crusader, earned $55.6 million....Fifty Shades Darker -- the sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey -- opened in second with $46.8 million....The Keanu Reeves action sequel John Wick: Chapter Two debuted in third with $30 million.....After three weeks at number-one, Split dropped to fourth with $9.3 million.......And the Oscar-nominated Hidden Figures went from fourth to fifth with $8 million.