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The pressure is on.By Amy Odell
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No one on the corner has swagga like Jay-Z, Kanye West, and T.I.By Mark Graham
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Obviously Joyce Carol Oates novels and Ryan Adams albums — but what else?
Blah blah blah … Aretha Franklin is mad.
Defying our stern warnings, an astounding 17.5 million masochistic viewers tuned into the Grammys, making it only the third-lowest-rated show in the awards' history.
FINANCE • Now that Yahoo rejected Microsoft's $44.6 billion bid, it's up to Microsoft's self-described "gatekeeper of funding" Christopher P. Liddell to plot the company's next chess move. [DealBook/NYT] • Fearful that 90 percent of TheStreet.com's franchise revolves around Jim Cramer, today the finance-driven Website launched Mainstreet.com, which will revolve around celebrities and personal finance. You think Britney's psychological drama is intense? Wait until you hear about her bond portfolio. [NYP] • France's rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel might have had an accomplice. How did police find out? By sifting through 2,000 pages of instant-message traffic. Bet that was a gr8 time. [NYT]
Unsurprisingly, the only watchable six minutes of last night's Grammy Awards came courtesy of a walking catastrophe with a tenuous hold on reality (not Clive Davis, for once).
As Vulture predicted last week, Herbie Hancock beat out younger, more relevant competition from Kanye West and Amy Winehouse, picking up the Grammy for Album of the Year at last night's ceremony in Los Angeles.
Fergie, for sure — but who else?
Mark Ronson's Grammy performance this Sunday rides on Amy Winehouse getting a work visa, he told us at last night's Prada party.
Grammy producers have asked Michael Jackson to perform at Sunday's awards ceremony, as part of a 25th-anniversary celebration of his Thriller album.
This morning brings news that the Writers Guild has allowed an interim deal for the February 10 Grammy Awards ceremony — not only will the WGA not picket the event, they'll also allow scribes to work on the show.
Plus: Aziz Ansari!
The WGA continues to play awards-show hardball, being coy today over whether it will grant a waiver for next month's Oscar ceremony.
Amid fears that the ongoing writers' strike might prevent next month's Grammy Awards from being anything but the glorious miracle that we're all accustomed to, SAG members Beyoncé and Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl have announced they will break with their guild and defy picket lines.
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