Bruno Mars was the first pop act to perform at the 2012 Grammy Awards and the second performer overall, following classic rock legend Bruce Springsteen, who opened the show. Mars rocked his way through ‘Runaway Baby’ with a classic, Rat Pack energy. His performance was inspired by another era. But that’s what Mars does so well. He even busted out a golden megaphone mid-set, too.
While much of the focus at the 2012 Grammy Awards has been on the passing of Whitney Houston, another vocal legend who died last month was honored during tonight’s broadcast when Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt teamed up to pay tribute to Etta James.
Fresh off last week’s major performance of the national anthem at the Super Bowl, Kelly Clarkson was back in the Sunday night spotlight for another major performance! Tonight (Feb. 12), the ‘Mr. Know It All’ singer teamed up with her friend, country crooner Jason Aldean, for a live rendition of their hit ballad ‘Don’t You Wanna Stay’ at the 2012 Grammy Awards.
Presenter Kate Beckinsale poked fun at Katy Perry‘s ability to shoot fireworks out of her boobs, but never doubted her ability to put on a good show. Perry knocked viewers’ socks off with her 2012 Grammy performance of her new single, ‘Part of Me.’
The 2012 Grammy Awards are finally here! Tonight on the televised awards ceremony, the stage was overflowing with explosive performances from a variety of artists in the pop, R&B, hip-hop and rock genres.
Taylor Swift won two Grammy Awards this afternoon for ‘Mean,’ a song she wrote about someone who didn’t treat her right. And if you’re wondering whether the young singer still carries a chip on her shoulder, check out what she said during her acceptance speeches.
Tonight at the 2012 Grammy Awards, pop stars hit the red carpet for pictures prior to the big event. Like any other A-list award show, stars like Adele, Bruno Mars, David Guetta, Kelly Rowland, Wiz Khalifa plus many more hit the red carpet at the 2012 Grammy Awards dressed to the nines.
The 2012 Grammy Awards were chock full of amazing performances, with Bruno Mars opening the show with a vivacious, dance-filled performance of his song ‘Runaway.’ Alicia Keys paid homage to the late Etta James, while fellow soulful diva Jennifer Hudson gave an outstanding tribute performance to Whitney Houston, who died just one night before the 2012 Grammys. Adele made her comeback with a rousing performance of ‘Rolling in the Deep,’ while Chris Brown was also welcomed back with open arms after performing ‘Turn Up the Music’ and ‘Beautiful People.’
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