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Grammys Will Go On as WGA Plays the Right Tune

After much speculation, the WGA has shaken on an interim deal with the Grammys' producers to let the show go on. The guild said last week it would not picket the awards show, but the terrain was still dicey for double-threat artists.The hand-shaking went down after a few weeks of ongoing talks between various factions, during which the WGA was dangling the possibility of a picket line at the annual event. Ultimately, though, it may have been stars like Beyonce who helped save the day: She, along with several other big-name booty-shakers, started announcing their participation in the show. What's your take? Was this the right move for the WGA? — Anna DimondRelated:• Beyonce and Tina to Just Duet?• Music to Grammys' Ears: WGA Won't Picket  Read Full Article

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Grammys Will Go On as WGA Plays the Right Tune

After much speculation, the WGA has shaken on an interim deal with the Grammys' producers to let the show go on. The guild said last week it would not picket the awards show, but the terrain was still dicey for double-threat artists.The hand-shaking went down after a few weeks of ongoing talks between various factions, during which the WGA was dangling the possibility of a picket line at the annual event. Ultimately, though, it may have been stars like Beyonce who helped save the day: She, along with several other big-name booty-shakers, started announcing their participation in the show. What's your take? Was this the right move for the WGA? — Anna DimondRelated:• Beyonce and Tina to Just Duet?• Music to Grammys' Ears: WGA Won't Picket read more

Kanye Dig the Grammy Noms? I Think You Can

Nominations for the 50th Annual Grammy Awards were announced Thursday morning, and Kanye West leads the field with eight nods, followed by Amy Winehouse with hic! six. The Foo Fighters, Jay-Z, Timbaland, Justin Timberlake and T-Pain each came away with five nominations.The nominees for album of the year are Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (Foo Fighters), These Days (Vince Gill), River: The Joni Letters (Herbie Hancock...?!), Graduation (Kanye) and Back to Black (Winehouse). Vying for record of the year are Beyoncé's "Irreplaceable," the Foo Fighters' "The Pretender," Rihanna's "Umbrella" (featuring Jay-Z), Justin Timberlake's "What Goes Around Comes Around" and Winehouse's "Rehab."Among American Idol alums, Carrie Underwood’s "Before He Cheats" is up for best country song and song of the year; Daughtry’s Daughtry is nominated for best rock album, and "It's Not Over" best rock song; and Fantasia's Fantasia is competing for contemporary R&B album honors.Before... read more

CBS Adds More Power, and Other Coming Attractions

CBS has greenlit another, six-episode cycle of Power of 10, to air sometime during the 2007-08 TV season.... Also per Variety, CBS has scheduled for Nov. 30 My Night at the Grammys, a two-hour special tied to the awards show's 50th anniversary and featuring 25 memorable performances from past Grammycasts. The playlist will be determined by online voting at MyNightAtTheGrammys.com through Oct. 7.... ABC has nabbed rights to Duel, a French quiz show that combines a standard question-and-answer format with the bluffing elements of gambling. Meaning, I would suck at it. read more

The Hot Chicks: Dixie Trio Triumph at Grammys

The Dixie Chicks were the big winners at Sunday's Grammy Awards, taking home no less than five hunks of gold, including kudos for record, song and country album of the year. Comeback kid Mary J. Blige and The Red Hot Chili Peppers were the evening's second-most honored, walking away with three wins each. Among the night's spectacles were a blink-and-you-missed-it reunion for The Police (remembering that saucy "Roxanne"), Justin Timberlake dueting with (oh-so-nervous) "My Grammy Moment" winner Robyn Troup, and a powerhouse vocal tribute to James Brown by Christina Aguilera. For a full list of winners, lotsa "glammy" photos and more, check out TVGuide.com's complete Grammys coverage. read more

February 9, 2007: We've Got Spirits, Yes We Do!

Applause to Ghost Whisperer for a wicked-cool Grammy Awards tie-in with Mary J. Blige as a guest star. She did a great job acting, and didn't seem at all to be "big music star playing actor," which often happens when pop stars get cast in TV shows and movies. It was actually her performance this evening that made me cry when her character realized her little brother was in the light. I also thought it was clever that we wound up hearing one of her songs through the cheerleading competition, rather than through an obligatory forced concert at the end of the show. Very clever and smooth Grammy Awards cross-promotion for CBS.Melinda was an adorable little freak in high school, wasn't she? She looked like a cute manga character, which I wouldn't exactly consider "nerdy," even by today's standards. But I s'pose to cheerleaders and the popular types, she would seem a bit different and be treated like a freak. Actually, her character in high school reminded me of the role that J. Love play... read more

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Premise: The 49th annual event, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Scheduled performers include Mary J. Blige, who leads all performers with eight nominations, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé, Dixie Chicks, Gnarls Barkley, Ludacris, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Justin Timberlake and Carrie Underwood. Presenters include the Black Eyed Peas, Ciara, Nelly Furtado, Terrence Howard, Samuel L. Jackson, Pink and Rihanna.

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