In Los Angeles, on February 1, for the 52nd time, the most prestigious music award "Grammy" was presented, which is comparable in status to the well-known Oscar from the world of cinema. This year there was a serious struggle for awards between the main contenders. What made the ceremony even more spectacular. The Grammy is awarded in 109 nominations. Not so much for the vast world of musicians and singers. The main battle this year, unfolded between two pretenders - Lady Gaga and Beyonce.
The latter claimed as much as ten awards, being the leader in the number of nominations. But many saw the winner Gaga, who actively worked in 2009.
And in the end, with a small margin won Beyonce. She won the Best Female R & B Performance nomination - with “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”, simply “Best R & B Performance” - for “At Last,” Best R & B - “I Am ... Sasha Fierce” the best song in R & B style is “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)”, the same composition became “Song of the Year”.
Gaga also took the "Best Dance Hit" - for "Poker Face" and "Dance Album of the Year" - for "The Fame".
There were many beautiful surprises at the ceremony: Lady Gaga had a great performance with Elton John. The ladies and the Maestro appeared on the stage, smeared with mud, and sang the song “Speechless”.At the same time, both sat at the extraordinary grand piano - his keys were located on both sides, and black plastic hands stuck in the middle.
As always, the public was struck by Pink: and not only with an amazing suit of thin ribbons, but also with her famous piece - acrobatic stunts at 5-meter height on a long wide snow-white ribbon. The hall after the room stood up and applauded her for a long time and deafeningly.
The posthumous Grammy Award was presented to Michael Jackson for his contribution to the development of the music industry. For the pop king, his children received it: Prince Michael and Paris. And this was the most touching moment of the ceremony.
Being anxious, Prince Michael said a few words into the microphone: “First of all, we want to say that we are proud to stand on this stage and receive an award for our father.And thanks to the Lord for watching us for the past seven months. Dad has always been concerned about the fate of humanity and our planet.
His message to you now would be simple - these would be words of love for each other. We will continue his work and bring love to the world. Thank you. We love you, Dad. "