Arcade Fire, Muse, Eminem win at the Grammy Awards

Jay-Z and La Roux also pick up gongs

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Jay-Z, Eminem, Arcade Fire, Muse and La Roux all picked up honours at last night’s (February 13) Grammy Awards.

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The night’s biggest winners were country pop act Lady Antebellum. The Nashville band took home five awards, including honours for Record of the Year and Song of the Year.


Jay-Z won three awards, while Eminem, The Black Keys, John Legend and Lady Gaga all won two each.

Arcade Fire, who were nominated for three awards, picked up the gong for Album Of The Year for ‘The Suburbs’ at the Los Angeles Staples Center ceremony.

La Roux were also winners, taking home the award for Best Electronic Dance Album for their self-titled debut, while Muse won Best Rock Album for ‘The Resistance’.


The event also saw performances from Florence And The Machine, Eminem and Dr Dre and Muse. Mumford & Sons collaborated with Bob Dylan, performing the singer’s 1965 single ‘Maggie’s Farm’. Lady Gaga performed new single ‘Born This Way’.

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The full list of winners from the Grammy Awards this year is:

Album of the Year: Arcade Fire – ‘The Suburbs’

Record of the Year: Lady Antebellum – ‘Need You Now’

Song of the Year: Lady Antebellum – ‘Need You Now’

New Artist: Esperanza Spalding

Rock Song: Neil Young – ‘Angry World’

Rock Album: Muse – ‘The Resistance’

Rock Performance: The Black Keys – ‘Tighten Up’

Solo Rock Vocal Performance: Paul McCartney – ‘Helter Skelter’

Hard Rock Performance: Them Crooked Vultures – ‘New Fang’

Metal Performance: Iron Maiden – ‘El Dorado’

Female Pop Vocal Performance: Lady Gaga – ‘Bad Romance’

Male Pop Vocal Performance: Bruno Mars – ‘Just The Way You Are’

Pop Vocal Album: Lady Gaga – ‘The Fame Monster’

Alternative Album: The Black Keys – ‘Brothers’

Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Michael Buble – ‘Crazy Love’

R&B Album: John Legend & The Roots – ‘Wake Up!’

Contemporary R&B Album: Usher ‘Raymond V Raymond’

R&B Song: John Legend & The Roots – ‘Shine’

R&B Performance: Sade – ‘Soldier Of Love’

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: John Legend & The Root – ‘Hang On In There’

Urban/Alternative Performance: Cee Lo Green – ‘Forget You’

Rap Album: Eminem – ‘Recovery’

Rap Solo Performance: Eminem – ‘Not Afraid’

Rap Performance By A Duo or Group: Jay-Z and Swizz Beatz – ‘On To The Next One’

Rap Song: Jay-Z and Alicia Keys – ‘Empire State of Mind’

Rap/Sung Collaboration: Jay-Z and Alicia Keys – ‘Empire State Of Mind’

Dance Recording: Rihanna – ‘Only Girl (In The World)’

Electronic Dance Album: La Roux – ‘La Roux’

Musical Show Album: Green Day – ‘American Idiot’

Country Album: Lady Antebellum – ‘Need You Now’

Country Performance by a Duo or Group: Lady Antebellum – ‘Need You Now’

Country Song: Lady Antebellum – ‘Need You Now’

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