Rolling in the Grammys
The BBoys get a little help from the kids on "Surfer Girl," "Wouldn't It Be Nice" and "Good Vibrations."
In case you missed it, a look at the animated Chipotle ad featuring Willie Nelson covering Coldplay's "The Scientist."
It's Rihanna! It's Coldplay! It's a combination Rihanna and Coldplay monstrosity!
Chris Brown, undoubtedly the night's most divisive performer, does a set of mostly positive tracks.
The country duet is plagued with mic issues and awkwardness, but still has a lot of highly above-average singing.
Etta James gets a subdued, stripped-down tribute.
The Boss kicks things off with a rousing (is there any other kind?) rendition of his new single.
Deadmau5 put his digits on his shirt. This is some sort of ultimate drop, no?
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T-ara beats 2NE1 to the punch.
Tonight is all about feeling the feelings.
In case you missed it, Kanye ramped up the hype hard for his latest album.
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Did you prefer Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, or one of Pitbull or Justin Bieber's two appearances each?
The girls talk about foods they hate and boys they love, complete with a dead-impression of an angry New Yorker.
Girls Generation pulled in nearly eight million votes in the finals of our tournament to decide Today's Greatest Girl Group.
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.