The GRAMMYs

You aren’t dreaming ladies. Juanes and Johnny Depp really did meet backstage at the 55th GRAMMY Awards
Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com

You aren’t dreaming ladies. Juanes and Johnny Depp really did meet backstage at the 55th GRAMMY Awards

Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com

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Here are the 25 most popular tags used in posts about the 2013 GRAMMYs (ordered by how many notes they received this month). Surprised by anything there? 

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Here are the 25 most popular tags used in posts about the 2013 GRAMMYs (ordered by how many notes they received this month). Surprised by anything there? 

GRAMMY Red Carpet is almost complete! 5 more days…

GRAMMY Red Carpet is almost complete! 5 more days…

Who do you think voters will choose for Best Rap Performance for the 55th GRAMMYs? Vote

Who do you think voters will choose for Best Rap Performance for the 55th GRAMMYs? Vote

First-Time GRAMMY Nominees: Tegan & Sara
Natives of Calgary, Alberta, twin sisters Sara and Tegan Quin are nominated for Best Long Form Music Video for Get Along. Released in conjunction with their 2011 album of the same name, the DVD features two mini-documentaries and an intimate career-spanning live performance filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.
See what they had to say.

First-Time GRAMMY Nominees: Tegan & Sara

Natives of Calgary, Alberta, twin sisters Sara and Tegan Quin are nominated for Best Long Form Music Video for Get Along. Released in conjunction with their 2011 album of the same name, the DVD features two mini-documentaries and an intimate career-spanning live performance filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.

See what they had to say.

"The GRAMMYs Will Go On: A Death In The Family" is a new one-hour special that looks at how the show’s producers, host, and musical artists made last-minute changes to the program against the backdrop of tragic and unforeseen circumstances. Set to air Saturday, Feb. 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on the CBS Television Network, the special features never-before-seen rehearsal footage and behind-the-scenes interviews with various artists and the GRAMMY production team and revisits the extraordinary 48 hours leading up to the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards last February.

"The GRAMMYs Will Go On: A Death In The Family" is a new one-hour special that looks at how the show’s producers, host, and musical artists made last-minute changes to the program against the backdrop of tragic and unforeseen circumstances. Set to air Saturday, Feb. 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on the CBS Television Network, the special features never-before-seen rehearsal footage and behind-the-scenes interviews with various artists and the GRAMMY production team and revisits the extraordinary 48 hours leading up to the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards last February.

"I was in Asia touring [when I found out about my nomination] and my manager called me so flabbergasted," said Diplo. "It took me a while to accept it, and then all the Twitter [congratulations] starting rolling in … and it started sinking in how huge of a deal it is. … I think [Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical] is one of the most important awards because we’re the guys who are back there putting our heart and soul in the music."

Photo: Joseph Okpako/WireImage.com

"I was in Asia touring [when I found out about my nomination] and my manager called me so flabbergasted," said Diplo. "It took me a while to accept it, and then all the Twitter [congratulations] starting rolling in … and it started sinking in how huge of a deal it is. … I think [Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical] is one of the most important awards because we’re the guys who are back there putting our heart and soul in the music."

Photo: Joseph Okpako/WireImage.com

Who do you think voters will choose for Best Rap Album for the 55th GRAMMYs?

Who do you think voters will choose for Best Rap Album for the 55th GRAMMYs?