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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

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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 Dimond
Related:
" Beyonce and Tina to Just Duet?
" Music to Grammys' Ears: WGA Won't Picket