The 52nd GRAMMY Awards enjoyed a 35 percent ratings increase when it aired on Jan. 31, and fans and critics alike are still talking about many of the show's noteworthy performances, including Pink's daring acrobatics, Beyoncé's tour de force medley, a hip-hop summit featuring Drake, Eminem and Lil Wayne, and so much more.
You can still enjoy many of the highlights of this year's GRAMMY-nominated artists and music. Become a registered user at GRAMMY.com between now and July 31 and you'll have a chance to win a weekly 2010 GRAMMY Nomniees CD giveaway. With GRAMMY-winning and -nominated music including "Poker Face" by Lady Gaga, "Use Somebody" by Kings Of Leon, "You And Me" by the Dave Matthews Band, "Halo" by Beyoncé, and many more tracks, the album debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at No. 5 and contains 20 tracks representing the best of 2009.
Performance videos from the GRAMMY telecast are also available at iTunes.com/Target, including Bon Jovi, Pink, Mary J. Blige and Andrea Bocelli's duet on "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to benefit Haitian earthquake survivors, and many more.
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