Live At The Grammys
Best outfit. Best puppets. And a performance so spectacular even Gwynnie couldn't ruin it.
The sleepy ode to drunk-dialing gets the first big prize of this year's Grammy night.
Fogeys young and old have an unplugged hootenanny.
The pop DNA of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" was much-commented-upon when it debuted. But nobody figured out that she had Whitney Houston in mind when writing it.
Only on the Grammys: skillful but sexless country-pop trio pay tribute to behemoth soul loverman.
The first five-star performance of the night, led by the incandescently cool Janelle Monae.
Even for a country badass like Miranda, following Gaga is no easy feat.
Anderson Cooper's favorite pop star performs her new "It Gets Better" anthem
She sounded great while paying tribute to the Queen of Soul, but Christina Aguilera took a fall right before the Grammys hit their first commercial break.
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Prince brought the rock to close out the show.
This was a song that happened. Lapdance included, natch.
Why does Will.i.am want to be a robot so badly?
You didn't think you were getting away with just ONE Pitbull performance, did you?
As an apology for the Grammys, the Billboard awards let Miguel do whatever he wanted.
Pitbull, Christina and A-Ha: Professional moment feelers.
No scandals this time for Bieber!
It feels like one of those nights at the Billboard Music Awards.
The duo fed off the crowd's energy to put in a classic performance.
The song of the summer?
Selena gives another Bollywood-indebted performance of her Eastern-tinged top ten hit.
Bruno kicked off the Billboard Music Awards with this Unorthodox Jukebox cut.
Girls' Generation will twinkle once again.