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Originally posted 02/13/2011 08:00AM
The Grammys are Sunday night, and they promise plenty of star power, unexpected duets and actual awards. As for who will win big, well, you'll just have to tune in. In the meantime, here are a few things we expect will keep the telecast rocking:
1. It's Eminem's Night
It's been a big year for Eminem, who's nominated for a whopping 10 awards, including top honors Album of the Year and Record of the Year. Will Sunday solidify his amazing comeback? The rapper has been nominated in the past but has been seen as a controversial choice. Will the odds be in his favor this year? In a recent poll, 38% of PEOPLE.com readers said they wanted to see him sweep and take home all 10 awards.
2. What Will Gaga Do?
With Lady Gaga, you never know what to expect. We hear that the artist, who garnered six nods, will be performing her new song "Born This Way." How will she top last year's rollicking performance with Elton John? Something tells us she'll find a way to please her "little monsters."
Originally posted 02/03/2011 09:25AM
Rihanna, Cee Lo Green, Gwyneth Paltrow, the Muppets … and Mick Jagger. What do they all have in common?
They're all set to perform live at the Grammys Feb. 13.
For the 67-year-old Rolling Stone frontman – believe it or not – this is a first, the Recording Academy announced Thursday morning. Jagger will take to L.A.'s Staples Center stage as part of a tribute to soul great Solomon Burke, who died last year.
Originally posted 02/09/2009 05:45AM
Mick Jagger delivered the top prize – to the evening's big winner, Slumdog Millionaire – and the best line of the evening – about Brad Pitt – at Sunday's 2009 British Academy Film Awards.
Explaining what he was doing at a movie event the same night as the Grammys, the Rolling Stone said he was part of a rock star-movie star exchange program.
"Sir Anthony Hopkins is in the recording studio with Amy Winehouse," joked Jagger, "and we are hoping that next week Sir Brad and all the Pitt family will be performing The Sound of Music at the Brit awards."
Originally posted 12/11/2007 09:40AM
Playing together for the first time since 1988, Led Zeppelin rocked a capacity 10,000 crowd at London's 02 arena Monday night – a crowd that included celebs like Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Mick Jagger and Paul McCartney.
The rock legends played a 16-song set that included staples like "Stairway to Heaven" and "Kashmir," and they closed the show with the iconic barnstormer "Rock and Roll."
In the audience? A few rock legends themselves: McCartney, Jagger and his girlfriend L'Wren Scott, Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley, with her daughter Riley Keough and boyfriend Ryan Cabrera. Also there: Moss, Campbell, Pink, Juliette Lewis and Jagger's former bandmate Bill Wyman.
Originally posted 06/17/2002 01:00AM
The Rolling Stone is officially a knight, prompting his 4-year-old to tell his teacher that his dad now has to wear armor.
Originally posted 06/10/2002 01:00PM
After 40 years of representing Britain (as a bad boy), the Rolling Stone is to become a knight, according to The Sunday Times of London.
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