The Black Keys dominated most of last night's Grammys, but they didn't come away with the Album of the Year award. That went to Mumford & Sons for their album, "Babel".
Here's some highlights of some other winners of the night…
Record of the Year went to Gotye’s hit, "Somebody That I Used to Know".
Fun won Best New Artist, and their single "We Are Young" was named Song of the Year.
In country, the title track off Carrie Underwood’s album "Blown Away" won Best Country Solo Performance, and Best Country Song.
Best Pop Album: "Stronger", Kelly Clarkson
Best Traditional Pop Album: "Kisses on the Bottom", Paul McCartney
Best Pop Solo Performance: "Set Fire to the Rain [Live]", Adele
You can sort through the winners in ALL 81 CATEGORIES at Grammy.com
If there was a Grammy for Best Cleavage, Katy Perry would have won it. And Ellen Degeneres obviously agreed.
People are still doing the Angelina Jolie leg thing. Last night, Jennifer Lopez took a turn.
Adele’s flowery outfit flattering or not?
Carrie Underwood totally brought it at last night's Grammys. And by "it" I'm talking about a $31 million necklace that she wore on the red carpet . . . and during the show. It's an oval, pear, marquise and white diamond necklace . . . and it's 381 carats. It was designed by a big shot Beverly Hills jeweler named Johnathon Arndt. Carrie tried to sound humbled by it…. She told E!, quote, "It's heavy on my soul. I'm afraid someone is going to tackle me and steal it. It's worth more than me."
I love how people grasp at stories…Taylor Swift opened the Grammys with a performance of "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together". And some are saying she may have taken a shot at her ex-boyfriend Harry Styles of One Direction. During one part of the song, Taylor said, quote, "So he calls me up and he's like, 'I still love you'" . . . and she used a BRITISH accent.
Performance of the night goes to Justin Timberlake
More trouble for Chris Brown. He crashed his Porsche into a wall on Saturday afternoon. His rep says he was trying to avoid aggressive paparazzi. He added that Chris would seek criminal charges AND sue them. But the photographers say Chris is full of it, and they didn't arrive until after the accident.
This can't be good: David Hasselhoff’s daughter Hayley was arrested for DUI and speeding in Los Angeles just after Christmas. It's hard to believe we're just finding out about this now, but Hayley was officially charged on January 3rd. Oh, and she's only 20. A source says she's going to fight the charges.
Bradley Cooper will produce and star in a movie about Chris Kyle… the former Navy SEAL and sniper who was murdered at a Texas gun range by a friend who was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Cooper had actually purchased the rights to Kyle's autobiography before the murder. But now he's going to add Kyle's death to the story. Cooper says, quote, "His story, first of all, needs to be told. And it's also relevant on two fronts. One, gun control, and two, the need to address the many soldiers that are coming back with post-traumatic stress disorder."
The Jason Bateman-Melissa McCarthy comedy "Identity Thief" was a hit at the box office this weekend. It made $36.6 million…more than three times what "Side Effects" made in third place. And the limited release of "Top Gun 3D" made less than $2 million in 11th place. But since it was only playing on 300 screens, it had a higher per-theater average than any other movie in the Top 10 besides "Identity Thief".
1.) (NEW) "Identity Thief", $36.6 million.
2.) "Warm Bodies", $11.5 million. Up to $36.7 million in its 2nd week.
3.) (NEW) "Side Effects", $10 million.
4.) "Silver Linings Playbook", $6.9 million. Up to $90 million in its 13th week.
5.) "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters", $5.8 million. Up to $43.8 million in its 3rd week.
Christina Applegate has left the NBC sitcom "Up All Night" after two seasons. She says, quote, "It's been a great experience . . . but the show has taken a different creative direction, and I decided it was best for me to move on." NBC hasn't commented, so the show's future is unclear. There are a lot of rumors online: Some say Lisa Kudrow from "Friends" could be brought in to replace her, but others say Christina's departure could kill the show.
Christina Ricci is in talks to star on an upcoming NBC sitcom called "Girlfriend in a Coma". And yes, she IS playing the girlfriend in the coma . . . although she'll be out of it when the show begins. Apparently, she "wakes up from a coma to find out she has a 17-year-old daughter from a pregnancy she was unaware of when her life was put on hold." The show is in the running to make NBC's schedule this fall.