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Former Destiny's Child band mates Beyonce and Kelly Rowland are competing against each other in the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration category for, respectively, "Party" and "Motivation." Betty White and Tina Fey are both up for Best Spoken Word Album, for the audio book versions of their recent books.
Most surprising overall, perhaps, was the number of rock and alternative acts in the major categories -- most pundits had predicted that this year's top nominees would be largely made up of female pop performers.
However, these two often shake their hands for the Hailie’s custody. Years later his parents divorced and married to other partners. He lived in Detroit, Michigan with his three half-siblings from mother’s side.
Short Bio on Eminem: An illustrious American actor, rapper and record producer Eminem was born on October 17, 1972, in St. However, Eminem had never good terms with his biological mother that affects his educations.
Jason Aldean and Ludacris teamed up for Jason's hit "Dirt Road Anthem," and the Band Perry threw a bit of Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'" into their song "Independence." Usher paid tribute to late songwriters Jerry Lieber and Nickolas Ashford by singing their songs "Stand By Me" and "You're All I Need to Get By" respectively.
Notable Grammy snubs include Paul Simon, whose critically-acclaimed So Beautiful or So What album, which many predicted would score several nods, was ignored by Grammy voters.
Short Career Detail: Since a tender age, Eminem was attracted to rapping.
When he was alone at home, he enjoys rapping and wrote a few verses.
Among the most surprising nods were for Bon Iver's song "Holocene," a little-known track that somehow ended up in the Record and Song of the Year categories alongside hits like "Firework" and "Grenade." Another unexpected nominee in the Record and Song of the Year categories was Mumford & Sons' "The Cave."The nominees for Album, Record and Song of the Year and Best New Artist were announced during a one-hour CBS special that featured performances by, among others, Lady Gaga, The Band Perry, Jason Aldean, Ludacris, Usher, Sugarland and, via satellite, Rihanna.One of the highlights came when Lady Gaga teamed up with Sugarland to perform the hit "You and I" -- Gaga and Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles had a ball trading verses and giving shout-outs to one another in the lyrics.Gaga also opened the show by performing "Marry the Night" while wearing skeleton makeup and a blazer, black bra, panties and boots, while dancing on top of a heap of industrial garbage.And, while most pundits felt that Kanye West would do well, few foresaw him receiving the lion's share of the nods.Here are the nominees in the main fields: Record of the Year "Rolling in the Deep," Adele "Holocene," Bon Iver "Grenade," Bruno Mars "The Cave," Mumford & Sons "Firework," Katy Perry" data-reactid="32"Record of the Year "Rolling in the Deep," Adele "Holocene," Bon Iver "Grenade," Bruno Mars "The Cave," Mumford & Sons "Firework," Katy Perry Song of the Year [award to songwriter(s)] "All of the Lights," Kanye West "Rolling in the Deep," Adele "Holocene," Bon Iver "Grenade," Bruno Mars "The Cave," Mumford & Sons" data-reactid="33"Song of the Year [award to songwriter(s)] "All of the Lights," Kanye West "Rolling in the Deep," Adele "Holocene," Bon Iver "Grenade," Bruno Mars "The Cave," Mumford & Sons Album of the Year Doo-Wops and Hooligans, Bruno Mars Wasting Light, Foo Fighers Born this Way, Lady Gaga Loud, Rihanna 21, Adele" data-reactid="34"Best New Artist The Band Perry Bon Iver J.