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The Grammy awards were bestowed widely on Sunday (February 11) as Australian singer Gotye, New York indie-pop trio FUN. and ...
British folk band Mumford & Sons took home top honors on the music's
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The Grammy awards were bestowed widely on Sunday (February 11) as Australian singer Gotye, New York indie-pop trio FUN. and British folk band Mumford & Sons took home top honors on the music's industry's biggest night. On an evening that rewarded mostly young or lesser known artists over veterans and household names, folk band Mumford & Sons picked up two Grammys, including the coveted Album of the Year for "Babel." Ohio rockers The Black Keys took home three Grammys including Best Rock Album for "El Camino." FUN. was named Best New Artist and won Song of the Year for its smash 2012 hit "We Are Young." Jennifer Lopez showed some leg at the Grammy awards on Sunday (February 10), obviously ignoring a memo released by U.S. network CBS that asked attendees to dress conservatively. On stage at the Grammys, Lopez joked about the suggested dress code. Lopez made red carpet history at the Grammys in 2000 when she wore a green, Versace gown that plunged all the way down to her navel. Oscar nominated documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock has added another type of film to his resume, a 3D concert documentary on British boy band One Direction. Titled "1D3D," the movie, like similar fare from Katy Perry and Justin Bieber, is a concert movie plus documentary. The film which will hit theaters on August 30 follows the boys as they embark on a global tour.