Elton John and Lady Gaga
Dear Grammys, enough with the kooky pairings! Yes, it worked really well when you united Eminem and Elton John all those years ago. It was a true example of music bringing people together. But this year's many matches felt more like mis-mash-ups. Taylor Swift's duets with Stevie Nicks were embarrassing for both of them, and Lady Gaga's pairing with Elton John — is he now the go-to duet partner? — didn't quite jell. It was telling that the night's best songs came from Drake, Eminem, and Lil Wayne — three artists who brought out the best in each other — and Pink, who performed solo. Welcome to Top Moments, Grammy Mis-Mash-Ups Edition.
Taylor Swift, Beyonce
Beyonce broke the record for most Grammys won by a female artist in one night by netting six statuettes at Sunday's 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.
The singer, who was up for a leading 10 awards, picked up four trophies in the pre-show before winning ...
Taylor Swift, Beyonce
Imagine Beyonce, the Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, Kings of Leon and Taylor Swift in a sweet cage match at Los Angeles' Staples Center. That's kind of what the Record of the Year category is like at the Grammys this year.
The night is scheduled to feature performances by Eminem; Drake; Lady Gaga; Lil Wayne; Swift; Beyonce; the cast of American Idiot, who will perform with Green Day; Mary J. Blige; Maxwell; and a special, 3-D tribute to Michael Jackson.
Who are you rooting for? Who are you looking forward to seeing perform?
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Taylor Swift, Jay-Z
Can't wait to see what Taylor Swift and Jay-Z will be wearing at this year's Grammy Awards? Count on TV Guide Network to bring you all the eclectic, envelope-pushing fashions during Sunday's red carpet.
Starting at 6/5c, fashion fans can watch TV Guide Network's red carpet coverage with hosts Carrie Ann Inaba and Chris Harrison.
TVGuide.com will also feature a real-time Fashion Cam video stream (starting 6 ET/3 PT) of ...