The New York Observer
Date: 2012-02-13
Author: Daniel D'addario

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Author, Daniel D'addario
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Adele at tonight's Grammys (Getty Images) Tonight's Grammys are to feature a tribute to Whitney Houston and a comeback-from-surgery performance by heavily-favored multiple nominee Adele. We'll be watching closely to see if the British chanteuse can claim Record, Song, and Album of the Year--or if other big nominees like Bon Iver (for the song "Holocene") and Foo Fighters (for the album Wasting Light) can beat her out--though we may flip the channel when Chris Brown performs. 11:19. After another so, so-long commercial break, Diana Ross presents Album of the Year to Adele, who's crying and shouting out her mom and mentioning the "rubbish relationship" that inspired 21. Paul McCartney is said to be performing next but we're going to bed! 11:1...(read more)
... Adele at tonight's Grammys (Getty Images) Tonight's Grammys are to feature a tribute to Whitney Houston and a comeback-from-surgery performance by heavily-favored multiple nominee Adele. We'll be watching closely to see if the British chanteuse can c ...
... just migrated to the ceiling in order to sing a new breakup song about Russell Brand? 9:53. Okay, sorry, I like "E.T." way more than Taylor Swift talking in "Mean" about how great her career will be someday, mainly because Katy Perry's performance he ...
... once won an Oscar for singing, Chris Brown gets nominated for Grammys for jumping on scenery at awards shows. 8:26. Let's work as a society to prevent the "fake mad" reaction shot by an awards loser. Bruno Mars, with your jumping up in frustration ...


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