R&B superstar Alicia Keys was the big winner at the 44th annual Grammy Awards, picking up five trophies including Song of the Year ("Fallin'") and Best New Artist. The O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack which also won in five categories was named Album of the Year. Frontrunner U2 scored four trophies, including Record of the Year ("Walk On"). For a list of the major winners, click here. Meanwhile, CBS's telecast of the Grammy Awards averaged 19 million viewers, off roughly 20 percent from last year's show.
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