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Lea Michele Skips Underwear, Sports Revealing Blue Bodysuit in V Magazine—But Friends Call Her "Grandma"

Lea Michele Skips Underwear, Sports Revealing Blue Bodysuit in V Magazine—But Friends Call Her
Months ago, Lea Michele was understandably in a dark place after the sudden passing of her boyfriend Cory Monteith, but now the brunette beauty is ready let her voice be heard louder than ever before. The 27-year-old pop star's debut solo album Louder is set to stores on March 4th, and she's already released three of the singles—"You're Mine," which is her "favorite song" on the album and her tribute tune to Monteith as well as "Cannonball," the powerhouse track penned by Sia and "Battlefield." "I started working with Anne Preven, Felicia Barton, and Bonnie McKee right out of the gate, and we came up with some great, awesome pop songs," the Glee star tells the...
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2012 Grammy winner list: Adele, Foo Fighters win big

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It truly is the Year of Adele, as the British singer took home every Grammy she was for which she was nominated, totaling six wins altogether, including Album, Record and Song of the Year. Foo Fighters were second for total wins, with five, followed by the absent Kanye West with four wins.

The complete list of winners:

Album Of The Year:

21 -- Adele

Wasting Light -- Foo Fighters

Born This Way -- Lady Gaga

Doo-Wops & Hooligans -- Bruno Mars

Loud -- Rihanna

Record Of The Year:

"Rolling In The Deep" -- Adele

"Holocene" -- Bon Iver

"Grenade" -- Bruno Mars

"The Cave" -- Mumford & Sons

"Firework" -- Katy Perry

Best New Artist: (artist/producer)

The Band Perry

Bon Iver

J. Cole

Nicki Minaj

Skrillex

Song Of The Year: (songwriter)

"All Of The Lights" -- Jeff Bhasker, Malik Jones, Warren Trotter and Kanye West, songwriters

(Kanye West, Rihanna, Kid Cudi and
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Justin Bieber, The Kings Speech: Grammy Movie Winners

The Grammy 2012 winners in the "visual media" categories have already been announced. The winner for Best Song Written for Visual Media was Diane Warren's "Born to Be Somebody," from the Justin Bieber documentary Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, sung by Justin Bieber himself (photo). The other contenders were Family Guy's "Christmastime Is Killing Us" by Ron Jones, Seth MacFarlane, and Danny Smith; Tangled's "I See the Light" by Alan Menken and Glenn Slater, and sung by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi; Winnie the Pooh's "So Long" by Zooey Deschanel, and sung by Deschanel and M. Ward; Footloose's "Where the River Goes" by Zac Brown, Wyatt Durrette, Drew Pearson, and Anne Preven, and sung by Brown; and another Diane Warren ditty, Burlesque's "You Haven't Seen the Last of Me," sung by Cher. The Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media was Alexandre Desplat for Tom Hooper's The King's Speech,
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2012 Grammy nominations: Adele, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj and more

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The nominees have been announced for the 54th annual Grammy Awards. Kanye West leads the nominations with seven; Adele, Foo Fighters and Bruno Mars each garner six nods; and Lil Wayne and Skrillex each are up for five awards.  The Grammys air live on CBS Feb. 12, 2012.

Album Of The Year:

21 -- Adele

Wasting Light -- Foo Fighters

Born This Way -- Lady Gaga

Doo-Wops & Hooligans -- Bruno Mars

Loud -- Rihanna

Record Of The Year:

"Rolling In The Deep" -- Adele

"Holocene" -- Bon Iver

"Grenade" -- Bruno Mars

"The Cave" -- Mumford & Sons

"Firework" -- Katy Perry

Best New Artist: (artist/producer)

The Band Perry

Bon Iver

J. Cole

Nicki Minaj

Skrillex

Song Of The Year: (songwriter)

"All Of The Lights" -- Jeff Bhasker, Malik Jones, Warren Trotter and Kanye West, songwriters

(Kanye West, Rihanna, Kid Cudi and Fergie)

"The Cave" -- Ted Dwane, Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford and Country Winston,
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Golden Globes winners

  • While what else did you expect? It’s a diner party where the guests drink (sometimes get drunk) and make their speeches a tad to long (Beatty), it’s a predictable awards show where newbies make insignificant victory speeches and where acting vets have at least one great line to deliver. It’s a moment where I get to know more about what’s going on in T.V land, and a moment when I ponder whether I should ever give a mini-series a chance. Kudos go to the Hfp for picking Borat for best comedy actor (I didn’t think they had the ‘balls’) – but the real question is Dreamgirls (2006)Dreamgirls
[/link] for real? Despite picking up 3 awards, I have yet to see it, and probably won’t but will it be a contender during the bigger party next month. We’ll see how the noms turn out next week.
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