The 2020 class will instead be honored with a televised special airing on HBO.
The Opus winds down its journey through the diva’s 1985 self-titled debut.
The legendary diva paved the way in Hollywood for a whole generation of singers, producers, and actresses.
The legendary solo artist often revealed the most while singing alongside others.
The Opus learns about the training and athleticism behind the icon.
The Opus dials back to Valentine’s Day 1985 when an unstoppable star was born.
A creative blend of R&B and pop that changed the musical landscape and the public’s notion of pop stars.
Host Andy Bothwell, aka Astronautalis, celebrates the debut of an icon.
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Stella Meghie is set to direct, while Bohemian Rhapsody scribe Anthony McCarten is penning the screenplay.
Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You”, Glen Campbell’s “Wichita Lineman”, and Village People’s “Y.M.C.A.” will also be preserved.
HBO is broadcasting the ceremony live for the first time.