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Grammy Awards 2004
Originally posted 02/10/2004 4:18PM
BOOSTED: For all the outcry over Janet Jackson's flashed flesh at the Super Bowl, people aren't turning off their televisions. The 46th annual Grammy Awards, which for the first time in history was broadcast using a tape delay, proved to be the most-watched Grammy telecast since 2001 and was up 6 percent from last year's awards, reports Reuters. More than 26 million viewers tuned in for the CBS telecast from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Originally posted 02/09/2004 10:00AM
No one came right out and said it was okay, but a few stars at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards did verbally dance around the fallout from the Janet Jackson-Justin Timberlake Super Bowl halftime striptease.
Originally posted 02/08/2004 01:00PM
Beyoncé has officially entered the Alicia Keys, Norah Jones and Lauryn Hill pantheon.
Originally posted 02/06/2004 1:48PM
Who will rock the house at Sunday night's Grammys? PEOPLE checks in on pop music's big party, as well as other events to watch for in the coming week:
Originally posted 02/05/2004 10:26AM
Without a single host, this Sunday's Grammy celebration will bring together a cross of music, movie and TV personalities as presenters, reports Billboard.
Originally posted 02/04/2004 11:00AM
In a dance reminiscent of last year's question mark hanging over the Oscars – would the just-launched war in Iraq torpedo the ceremony? – the latest step in the on-again, off-again appearance of disgraced flashdancer Janet Jackson at this Sunday's 46th annual Grammy ceremony appears to be nope, she won't be there.
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