54th Annual Grammy Awards

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Singer, Jennifer Hudson Honors Whitney Houston
Following the recent death of pop queen, Whitney Houston, singer and actress Jennifer Houston sang Houston's signature song, "I Will Always Love You."
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Grammy Host, LL Cool J Entertained Audiences for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards
Rapper and now actor, LL Cool J hosted the 54th Annual Grammy Awards.
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"The Boss," Bruce Springstein Debuts New Song
Springstein and his E Street Band set off the Grammys with their performance atthe 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Springstein performed his new song, "We Take Care of Our Own."
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Pop Artist, Adele Dominates the Grammy Awards
Artist of the Year, Adele took home highest honors with the win of six grammys, including Song and Album of the Year.
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Adele Premieres Her Comeback
After winning countless Grammy awards, Adele performed for the first time since her surgery. She performed her popular hit, "Rolling in the Deep."
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Singer, Chris Brown Award Comeback
Singer Chris Brown makes his own comeback following a break from the Grammys. Brown took home an award for Best R&B Album and also performed twice.
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Singer, Chris Brown Performs At The Grammys
Singer, Chris Brown performs a few of his 2011 hits, including "Beautiful People" at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards.
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Singers, Alicia Keys And Bonnie Raitt Honor Etta James
R&B singer, Alicia Keys and blues singer, Bonnie Raitt gave a tribute to the late singer, Etta James. The two sung James'"A Sunday Kind of Love."
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Artists, Jason Aldean And Kelly Clarkson Perform
Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson teamed up together to perform "Don't You Wanna Stay." Even with the technical issues, the two gave a great performance.
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Pop artist, Fergie And Latin singer, Marc Anthony
Singers, Fergie and Marc Anthony presented the 'Best Rap Performance' award to Kanye and Jay Z for their song,"Otis."
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Singer, Rihanna And Band, Coldplay Team Up
Rihanna and Coldplay teamed up to perform a medley of hits.Rihanna started by performing her hit, "We Found A Love," and then joined Coldplay to perform "Princess of China."
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Lead Singer, Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters Rocks the House
Lead vocalist, Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters sings with his band with songs from their hit album, "Wasting Light." The Foo Fighters took home five awards at this year's Grammys.
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Band, The Beach Boys Reunited
The Beach Boys finally reunited for this year's Grammy Awards. The band performed "Good Vibrations."
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Singer, Paul McCartney Hits The Stage
Sir Paul McCartney performed a new song from his iTunes album,"Kisses On The Bottom."
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Country Artist, Taylor Swift Performs
Taylor Swift hit the stage and performed 'Mean' from her album, "Speak Now." Earlier in the day, Swift won two awards from the Grammys.
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Country Artist, Taylor Swift Wins Big
Taylor Swift took home the Best Country Solo Performance for her song, "Mean" and Best Country Song for the same song. This marks six Grammy awards for the country star.
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The Civil Wars' Singers, Joy Williams And John Paul White
The duo, Joy Williams and John Paul White, introduced country artist, Taylor Swift for her performance. The Civil Wars also took home two Grammy awards.
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Motown Artist, Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder was among the many stars that honored the late singer, Whitney Houston. Wonder also used his harmonica for a rendition of "Love Me Do" to introduce Paul McCartney.
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NFL Champions, Victor Cruz And Mario Manningham With Actress, Pauley Perrette
Recent NFL champions and New York Giants,Victor Cruz and Mario Manningham along with actress, Pauley Perrette presented the award for best rock performance to Foo Fighters.
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Pop Singer, Katy Perry Performs Hit Single
Singer, Katy Perry performed her hit, "E.T." and a new single, "Part of Me" for this year's Grammy Awards.
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Pop Singer, Katy Perry Wows The Red Carpet
Nominee for Best Pop Solo Performance, Katy Perry stunned the crowds with her head-to-toe turquoise attire.
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Musicians, Miranda Lambert And Dierks Bentley
Country artists, Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley presented the award for Best Country Album.
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Country Legend, Glen Campbell Performs
In the face of Alzheimer, Glen Campbell performed "Rhinestone Cowboy," his hit from 1975. Campbell was awarded with a 2012 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Country Artist, Blake Shelton And The Band Perry Sing With Glen Campbell
Superstar and "The Voice" judge, Blake Shelton, with the Band Perry gave a tribute to legendary artist, Glen Campbell. The two performed his hits "Gentle on My Mind" and "Southern Nights."
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Maroon 5's, Adam Levine Performs With Beach Boys
Maroon 5's, Adam Levine Performs With Beach Boys
Lead singer and "The Voice" judge, Adam Levine joined with Beach Boy, Mike Love, for a performance. The two sung "Sufer Girl."
Pop Star, Rihanna Performs
Pop Star, Rihanna Performs
Album of the Year nominee, Rihanna perfomed her hit single, "We Found A Love."
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Female Rapper, Nicki Minaj Puts On A Show
Rapper, Nicki Minaj turned up the dramatics for this year's performance. Roman Zolanski, Minaj's alter ego, performed, "Roman Holiday."
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Album of the Year Nominee, Bruno Mars Performs
Artist, Bruno Mars wowed crowds with his performance of "Runaway." Mars was nominated for seven Grammy awards.
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Singers, Tony Bennett and Carrie Underwood Pair Up For A Duet
Two powerhouses, Tony Bennet and Carrie Underwood, teamed up to sing "It Had To Be You" from Bennett's newest CD. The song comes from Bennet's latest album, Duets II.
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