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breaking news, thousands told to evacuate, this emergency spillway in danger of breaking any minute coming up after the grammys. this is the nissan sports report from kpix5. >> i'm vern glenn. jordan spieth can cross off winning at pebble beach in his bucket list. he won the at&t pro-am by four strokes. >> and the sharks ended their road trip with a 4-1 win in new jersey to snap their four game losing streak. >> sponsored by nissan, innovation that excites.
>> corden: welcome back, now time for the surprise of the night. this is big! our next presenter is known by some as yeezus, by north and saint as daddy, by kim as husband, and to you and me and the entire planet as kan... oh, sorry, i always get those two mixed up. it's not that. it's the president and c.e.o. of the recording academy, neil portnow. ♪ dance to the music
dance to the music >> james, thanks for warming up the crowd for me. appreciate it. we are constantly reminded about the things that divide us-- race, region and religion. gender, sexual orientation, political party. but what we need so desperately are more reminders of all that binds us together-- our shared history, our common values, and our dedication to build for ourselves a more perfect union. more than a century ago, a poem was combined with a musical composition and became an instantly recognizable song the world over. let's see if you know it? ( trumpet plays
"america the beautiful" ) thank you, miranda. "america the beautiful" captures the essence of our country and reminds us that we are and always will be one people, from sea to shining sea. in times of triumph and of tragedy, we turn to song and the abiding power of music to lift our spirits, soothe our souls and remind us that everything will be okay. president john f. kennedy once observed, "the life of the arts is very close to the center of a nation's purpose and is a test of the quality of a nation's civilization." that's so true. and that's why we must be loud and clear in our unwavering support of music and the arts, and those who create it. ( cheers and applause )
behind the extraordinary artists you've seen here on our stage are hundreds of thousands of unsung musicians, songwriters, producers and engineers-- american creators, whose jobs suffer from unfair rules and regulations, some going back 100 years. so, the recording academy, together with america's music makers, call on the president and congress to help keep the music playing by updating music laws, protecting music education and renewing america's commitment to the arts. ( cheers and applause ) it's our collective responsibility to preserve what binds us and to ensure that the whole world continues to benefit from one of our most unique, economically and spiritually important assets and exports: american music.
( cheers and applause ) and now, let's turn our hearts to celebrate some of the beautiful lives we lost in our music community this past year. ♪ ♪ ♪ i may not always love you but long as there are stars above you ♪ you never need to doubt it i'll make you so sure about it ♪ god only knows what i'd be without you ♪ if you should ever leave me though life would still go on ♪ believe me
♪ god only knows what i'd be without you ♪ god only knows what i'd be without you ♪ god only knows what i'd be without you ♪ god only knows what i'd be without you ♪ ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪didn't even really wanna go ♪but if you get me out, you get a show♪ ♪are you down, d-d-down, d-d-down,♪ ♪d-d-down, down, down? ♪are you... down, d-down, down,
♪d-d-d-d-down, down, down, down?♪ ♪down, d-down, down, ♪d-d-d-d-down, down, down, down?♪ ♪are you down, are you down, ♪are you d-d-down, are you down,♪ ♪are you down, are you d-d-d-d- down, are you?♪ ♪down, d-down, down, d-d-d-d-down, down, down? ♪are you down, are you down, are you d-d-down,♪ ♪are you down, are you down, are you d-d-d-d-down, are you?♪ ♪ down, d-down, down, d-d-d-d-down, down, down? ♪ when i open up my eyes ♪ inspiration all around i feel so alive. ♪ ♪ and i know it in my heart ♪ something magical is about to start. ♪ ♪ i'm holding this feeling until it's gone. ♪
♪ i'm gonna love it now. ♪ like it's all i have. ♪ a whole world of dreams we can explore. ♪ ♪ the moment is crying out. ♪ i want you to love me now. ♪ love me now. ♪ feel me now. ♪ oh just look around - oh oh oh. ♪ ♪ love me now. ♪ feel me now. ♪ can you feel it coming down? ♪ oh love me now. ♪ i see the color in each moment of life. ♪ un poquito mas rapido, no? [instrumental music playing hthroughout] [wheel squeaking] beautiful bike, just beautiful. ha,ha,ha. [pumping of bike tire] [pumping of hospital ventilator] [rain falling] [wheel squeaking] carlos! carlos! dr. brad needs to see you in room 3. [wheel squeaking] [heart monitor beeping]
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"formation," beyoncé. "7 years," lukas graham. "work," rihanna featuring drake. "stressed out," twenty one pilots. >> and the grammy goes to: "hello," adele. greg kurstin, julian burg, tom coyne, tom elmhirst, emile haynie, greg kurstin, randy merrill, liam nolan, alex pasco, joe visciano. >> you cut him off last time. >> thank you, adele. jonathan dickens, thank you very much. i have such a great team,
rachel, alex bosco, julian burke, bill barrel and i'm so lucky to be working with adele. it was just incredible. so thank you so much, everyone who voted for the song, thank you. ( applause ) >> thank you, obviously, to greg. thank you to everyone that voaptd. and thank you to my manager because the comeback, as it were, was completely masterminded by him. and you executed it incredibly, and i owe you everything. we've been together for 10 years, and i love you like you're my dad. i love you so, so much. i love my dad, that's the thing. that doesn't mean a lot. i love you like i would love my dad. and, of course, my dream, my dream and my idol is queen bee, and i adore you. you move my soul every single day. and you have done for nearly 17 years. i adore you, and i want you to be my moment, all right.
( applause ) >> >> i'm old enough to be your mom asweetie. and now we end music's biggest night with a very big award. >> these are the nominations for album of the year. >> announcer: "25," adele. "lemonade," beyoncé. "purpose," justin bieber. "views," drake. "a sailor's guide to earth," sturgill simpson. >> and the grammy goes to:
"25," adele. danger mouse, samuel dixon, paul epworth, greg kurstin, max martin, ariel rechtshaid, shellback, the smeezingtons, >> thank you. hi, guys. hi. hi, everyone. hi. hi. hi. hi. as you can see, it took an army to make me strong and willing again to do it. and i thank you all from the bottom of my heart. five years ago, when i was last here, i was so-- i was pregnant, and i didn't know. and i was awarded that shortly
after, i found out shortly after, which was the biggest blessing of my life. and in my pregnancy, becoming a mother, i lost a lot of myself. i struggled and i still do struggle being a mom. it's really hard. but tonight winning this kind of fulz full circle. but i can't possibly accept this award, and i'm very humbled and very grateful and gracious but my life is beyonce, and the album to me, the "lemonade" album, beyonce, was so monumental, and so well thought out. and so beautiful and soul bearing and we all got to see another side of you that you don't always let us see, and we appreciate that. and all us artists adore you. you are our light. and the way that you make me and my friends feel, the way you make my black friends feel is empowering, and you make them
stand up for themselves. and i love you. i always have. and i always will. agreements, i appreciate it. the academy, i love you, my manager, my husband, and my son. you're the only reason i do it. thank you so much. thank you very much to everybody. ( applause ) >> corden: what a speech. what a night. thank you for joining us on the agreements! good night, god bless! captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org
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easy. tonight cars are bumper to bumper as evacuees try to get to higher ground. >> it's happening at it lake oroville in butte county. the water is rushing thanks to our back to back storms. kpix5's joe vazquez is live in oroville now with the situation. >> reporter: there's a lot of anxiety here tonight and a lot of activity in oroville. there's some earth movers back here, caterpillars gathering rocks to use them tomorrow to try and fix these broken spillways. the governor in the last hour declared a state of emergency here. officials are worried about the possibility of a major flood. >> yeah. i'm freaked out right now. >> reporter: folks that live downstream from lake oroville are grabbing what they can and moving to higher ground. this is the scene over lake oroville, the second largest reservoir in california. earlier this evening officials got word the lake was in danger of busting over a crumbling spillway and possibly leading to flooding of rivers and
creeks downstream in butte and yuba counties. >> i just got a text message and alert saying get out as fast as you can and fire trucks are going up and down or street saying evacuate. so we packed up our dogs and lifted up our couches and just got ready because we live right downtown on fifth and high. >> reporter: yesterday because the main spillway had already been damaged, officials directed water to an emergency or auxillary spillway next to the dam, the first time it's ever been used, and it appeared to be working fine until today water spilled over and officials realized a hole had developed. so they called for emergency evacuation because they believed the emergency spillway could collapse within an hour. this is not a drill the sheriff stated. >> if this is not addressed and taken care of and mitigated properly, essentially what we're looking at is a 30-foot wall of water. >> reporter: a new development this evening, water is no longer spilling over the top,
so the situation is still serious but not as dire. >> the idea behind that strategy was to redose erosion and stop erosion and now that site is starting to dewater and drain out. >> reporter: now there's a plan in place to plug the hole. tomorrow they'll bring in helicopters to drop rocks into the crevice and prevent further erosion. meanwhile the evacuation continues. where are you guys heading now? >> chico. they want to go to chico, the silver dollar. >> reporter: what are you taking with you? >> clothes. >> reporter: good luck. be safe. >> reporter: we're back live. i mentioned they're going to drop rocks from helicopters. they have these giant bags, big white bags and inside are smaller rocks, but it's going to weigh quite a bit as they will be dropping them into these holes to try and plug them in. bottom line tonight, it's just not clear how much danger those downstream communities are in. they said at first light they're going to fly over and they're just going to take a
closer look and at that point they'll know whether to lift these evacuation orders that as i mentioned have more than 180,000 people out of their homes here tonight. >> they're cleared out, the evacuation order in place. they're working round the clock. fortunately it's not raining, but what is worst case scenario? what are we looking at? >> reporter: worst case scenario involves the storm that's coming later this week. that storm comes in, more water pours into the lake and this dam has just never been this full. they put this dam in in the '60s. it's had some situations where, you know, emergency situations, they've never used that emergency spillway. they just are in unchartered territory right now, but the worse case scenario is more rain comes in, the dam itself could be breached, but mostly they're worried about these two spillways neck to the dam and if those -- next to the dam and if those breach, we've got all this water spilling into the communities that are like in a
bowl right now. >> joe vazquez, thank you. among those evacuated, inmates from the butte county jail. you can see them here let out of jail put on buses taken to other nearby jail facilities. here's a look at the communities under evacuation orders right now. they include oroville, marysville and yuba city. those living along the feather river would be most at risk if that spillway fails. dr ce in olivehu so many people are trying to get out of up to that gas stations are already running -- out of town that gas stations are already running out of gas. drivers lined up at this place in olivehurst to find a makeshift sign posted on the window closed due to flood. some evacuation centers are already at capacity to not. at least nine hotels in -- tonight. at least nine hotels in chico are fully booked. >> you can see the main spillway that's damaged running up the center of your screen. the dam itself is off to the right, the auxillary spillway that could collapse is on the
left. cate cauguiran is here with more on what if it does give way. >> it could be just minutes before water hits the town of oroville. cal fire said it could potentially happen within an hour again if the spillway fails. they say it would take about 12 hours for the water to reach yuba city and if the entire dam were to break, cal fire says the water would be 100 feet deep in oroville. the emergency evacuation center has been activated. the response is being coordinated throughout the state. swift water rescue teams will work together to help with the situation. crews from sacramento fire department are headed to the oroville area now. a team from the menlo park fire protection district is also on the way and will stand by in case the spillway fails. check out this drone video over the oroville dam. the dam was built in water started pouring out over
the emergency spillway yesterday for the first time ever. the dam was built in 1968 to prevent disastrous flooding like the kind yuba city saw when a levee breached on the feather river in 1955 when more than 10 feet of water submerged yuba city. if this spillway fails, we could easily see something similar which would cost millions of dollars of damage. >> we'll bring you updates as we get them. several homes on the peninsula will have to be demolished because of the damage they sustained during last week's storms. congresswoman anna eschew got a firsthand look at the damage today and is asking the federal government for help. as san mateo tallies up the repair bill, one problem is this slow moving landslide in la honda that's ripped up two
roads and made several homes too dangerous to live in. >> i've put the federal highway administration and fema on the alert that they put the pedal to the medal. >> one of the homeowners said his insurance does not cover landslides. so he's looking at a total loss. >> the giant gaping hole used to be highway 35 in the santa cruz mountains. no wonder it's becoming a magnet for what are known as disaster tourists, but kpix5 shows us the people who live there without them out for everybody's -- want them out for everybody's safety. >> reporter: it's easy to see why the curious have come from far and wide to see firsthand what neighbors have doubled the great divide nearly