Celebrate Bastille Day with This Video of Two Guys Playing Daft Punk on Acoustic Guitars

Bastille Day, celebrated across the world on July 14, commemorates the unity of the French people during the French Revolution.

Daft Punk Unmasked: See the Grammy-Winning Robots Sans Helmets

Daft Punk’s performance and, of course, album of the year win at the 2014 Grammys exposed the French electronic duo to a crush of new listeners. Yet, the mysterious musical duo also left many with questions. Well, one question in particular: “What’s under those helmets?”

Beyoncé's Flashdance: 6 Déjà Vu Moments from the 2014 Grammys

Beyoncé opened the Grammys with “Drunk in Love” and brought viewers back to the ’80s with chair acrobatics reminiscent of Jennifer Beals’s racy routine in 1983’s Flashdance.

Queen Bey, strapped into La Perla lingerie, made the moment her own, but it’s hard to ignore the similarities.

Beyoncé wasn’t the only trendsetter at Sunday’s show to recreate moments from pop culture’s past. Here are five more Grammy darlings who prompted the question, “Where have I seen that before?”

What Is a Daft Punk? Explaining France's Preeminent Robots

While not exactly on par with the “Who Is Arcade Fire” fiasco of 2011, it’s pretty amazing that Daft Punk cleaned up at the Grammys on Sunday night. Not just because the album, Random Access Memories, was a lovingly-crafted homage to music spanning nearly four decades, but because it was made by two Frenchman who’ve spent a career hiding behind elaborate robot masks.

What You Need to Know About Paul Williams, the Man Behind Daft Punk's Grammys Speech

It’s hard to make a speech with a robot helmet on your head. So Daft Punk were duly silent for most of the Grammys, allowing others to speak for them at the podium. During their acceptance speech for album of the year, a diminutive, unmasked man stepped up to the microphone with a pretty great opening line: “Back when I was drinking, I would imagine things that weren’t there and I’d get frightened.

So, Taylor Swift Thought She Won the Grammy for Album of the Year (But She Didn't)

It’s not Taylor Swift’s fault – the first syllable of Random Access Memories really does sound a lot like the word Red.

When Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison and Alicia Keys presented the Grammy for album of the year, Swift and her camp suffered a split-second faux pas: they almost began to celebrate a win for the night’s biggest award. Oops!


Taylor Swift, Pink to Rock This Year's Grammy Performance Lineup

This year’s lineup of who’s performing at the Jan. 26 Grammy Awards has just been announced, and the show really promises to rock.

While nominees such as Taylor Swift, T.I., Macklemore and Lewis were certainly expected to perform, there will be the added benefits of Pink singing her popular duet (and song of the year nominee) “Just Give Me a Reason” with Nate Ruess from FUN.

Daft Punk Gets a Cappella Remix and More of the Most Important Random Things Online

Here’s a video you’ll want to watch One More Time (wink, wink).
Arlington, Tex., based quintet Pentatonix has released the ultimate Daft Punk mashup: it’s a must-see, must-listen a cappella mix that will amaze you – at the very least, with the crazy blue contacts they’re wearing. Plus: Justin Bieber gets served water and he isn’t happy about it, Bertstrips improve on a terrible meme and more of the most important random things online.

Stephen Colbert Throws Dance Party with Matt Damon, Bryan Cranston & More

Look out, Ellen DeGeneres – there’s a new comedian-turned-dancer in Hollywood, and he’s got all of the right moves.

On Tuesday’s episode of The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert hosted a dance party to Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” that features surprise appearances by, among others, Matt Damon, Hugh Laurie, Jeff Bridges, the Rockettes, Charlie Rose, Bryan Cranston, Jimmy Fallon, Nick Cannon and the entire studio audience and crew of America’s Got Talent.

Ten Perfect Tracks to Play This Weekend - And What to Wear While You're At It

We’ve got three cute outfits to wear while you get down to these 10 great tracks, all courtesy of DJ Kiss