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What To Look Forward To in the Grammys Tonight!

Performers to LOOK OUT! for:

Dr. Dre
Lady Gaga
Janelle Monáe
Usher and Justin Bieber with Jaden Smith


I predict that these performances will be the best. Hoping for an impromptu swap of Jaden for Willow and an announcement that Dre is dropping Detox.

More performers!

Nominees to LOOK OUT! for!

4. Best New Artist
Justin Bieber


That kid deserves the award!

12. Best Dance Recording
Dancing On My Own
Robyn
Patrik Berger & Robyn, producers; Niklas Flyckt, mixer
Track from: Body Talk Pt. 1
[Konichiwa Records/Cherrytree/Interscope]


20. Best Rock Song
Angry World
Neil Young, songwriter (Neil Young)
Track from: Le Noise
[Reprise; Publisher: Silver Fiddle Music]


32. Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group
On To The Next One
Jay-Z & Swizz Beatz
Track from: The Blueprint 3
[Roc Nation]


Those are my cats in the bag. If you know any hot chicks who agree with me please give me their phones numbers.

More nominees!



"You think I give a damn about a Grammy?
Half of you critics can't even stomach me, let alone stand me."

- 11 time Grammy Award winner Eminem

Comments

  1. wow Eminem has 11 grammys

    How many does Kanye have?

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  2. eminem now has 13 and kanye has 14

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  3. Eminem and Whoopi Goldberg need to get together. so do Mayer Hawthorne and Fiona Apple. and me and Mila Kunis. can we make this all happen?

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