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Carrie Underwood Shines in Johnathon Arndt Jewels at the 51st GRAMMY Awards NEW YORK, Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Driven by passion and inspiration, Johnathon Arndt and Newman Arndt traveled the world to realize their vision. The Founders sought the finest jewels the world had to offer.
British singer Adele was named best new artist at the 51st annual Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The 20-year-old recording artist also picked up the Grammy for best female pop vocal performance at Sunday night's ceremony, during which she performed her hit song Chasing Pavements, as well. Adele is set to return to the United States for a 9-city tour, which will kick off March 9 in San Diego at the House of Blues.
Rapper Lil Wayne took home four of the eight prizes he was nominated for at the 51st annual Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles Sunday night. The hip-hop star, who led the Grammy field with the most nominations, won the awards for rap album for Tha Carter III; rap solo for A Milli; rap performance by a duo or group for Swagga Like Us, which he performed with Jay-Z, T.I.
Jennifer Hudson, Kings of Leon and Alicia Keys each take home an award NEW YORK, Feb.
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss's Raising Sand was named album of the year at the 51st annual Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles Sunday night. The CD also earned the pair the prize for best contemporary folk/Americana album, while their song Please Read the Letter won the record of the year honor, their track Rich Woman won them the Grammy for pop collaboration with vocals and their single Killing the Blues earned them the award for country collaboration with vocals. When we started this...
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss's Please Read the Letter won the Record of the Year title at the 51st annual Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles Sunday night. When we started this project together, the whole game was a mystery, rocker Plant said of his foray into bluegrass and country music, alongside Krauss.
Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III was named rap album of the year at the 51st annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night. I just want to say, thank God; thank New Orleans; thank these people you see right here, the rapper said, referring to the numerous people who accompanied him on stage to pick up
M.I.A., Neil Diamond and Smokey Robinson have agreed to perform at the upcoming 51st annual Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles. Also joining the lineup for Sunday's event are Terence Blanchard, Robin Thicke, Allen Toussant and Stevie Wonder, CBS said Thursday. Buddy Guy, B.B.
Adele, Chris Brown and Sugarland have agreed to perform at the 51st annual Grammy Awards show in Los Angeles, CBS said Tuesday.
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