Rolling in the Grammys
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Friend and collaborator comments on Houston's passing during red carpet arrivals
The two mad geniuses of pop music (or something) have already been announced as big winners during the pre-Grammy telecast.
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Ten Grammy-nominated songs you might not have heard before to prepare you for this Sunday's festivities.
And Foster the People, depending on which you think makes a better punchline but hey BEACH BOYS REUNION! Oh, and the Civil Wars are in too. Separately.
Our man-on-the-street piece asking unsuspecting pop fans who among three Grammy nominees they would Gut (kill), Grind (have sex with) or Grammy (award with a Grammy).
Collaboration to mark "part of a special segment spotlighting dance/electornica music for the first time ever" on Grammys, says press release.
The 21-year-old superstar is regularly hailed as "authentic" and "mature," an antidote to the tawdry pop proffered by her Top 40 peers. But what role does Adele's weight play in all the praise?
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