5 Things You Missed Today (February 9)

Daniel Padilla sings the theme song of Crazy Beautiful You, the new TV spot for Insurgent, Eddie Redmayne's BAFTA win, 5SOS's live performance of "Out of My Limit," and Imagine Dragons' Grammys performance.
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Feb 9, 2015
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The music video for "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," the theme song for Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla's upcoming film Crazy Beautiful You is here. Set for release on February 25, the film also stars Iñigo Pascual, Lorna Tolentino, and Gabby Concepcion. "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" was interpreted by the teen king and Morrisette for the movie.

While we were all so caught up with the 57th Grammy Awards earlier, Insurgent revealed its first TV spot, too. It's 30 seconds of pure action and a few seconds of #FourTris being all sweet with each other in the middle of the war. Hit play because you have to watch this one now, trust us.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards (BAFTA) also happened earlier. And as most of us expected, Eddie Redmayne took home the award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in the biopic The Theory of Everything. Although many of us expected him to take home the award, it seems like the actor didn't really see this one coming. Just watch this clip of his touching acceptance speech and you'll see how stunned he was at the announcement. Congratulations, Eddie! Don't forget to mark your calendars because The Theory of Everything is showing this month.

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5 Seconds of Summer released the video of their live performance of "Out of My Limit" during the Derp Con last November.  Of course they're awesome, we don't need to tell you that. Download 5SOS's live album, Live SOS, to listen to more live performances from this Australian band. You can download it via iTunes or via the Webstore.

Wondering what we all missed during the Grammy Awards earlier? It's Imagine Dragons' performance of their track "Spots" which doubles as a commercial for Target. This is the first time this has been done for the awards show. The rock band sang it for an audience in Las Vegas, while it aired during the commercial of the Grammys.

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