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Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift were the biggest winners at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards held at Staples Centre in Los Angeles. R&B singer (Beyonce Knowles) won 6 grammy awards which were “Song of The Year”, “Best Female Pop Vocal Performance”, “Best Female R&B Vocal Performance” , “Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance”, “Best R&B Song” and “Best Contemporary R&B Album”. She also breaks the Grammy Awards record for a female performer with total 6 Grammy Awards.

Country-pop singer Taylor Swift won 4 Grammy Awards including the biggest award – “Album of the Year”, “Best Female Country Vocal Performance”, “Best Country Song” and “Best Country Album”. As for Lady Gaga, she won two awards, sweeping the “Best Dance Recording” and “Best Electronic/Dance Album”. Please find the full list of Grammy Awards 2010 winners as listed below for your reference. You can find all the related info at Grammy Awards website.

Full List Of  Grammy Awards Winners – 52nd Annual Grammy Awards

Record of the Year: Use Somebody, Kings of Leon

Album of the Year: Fearless, Taylor Swift

Song of the Year: “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” Beyonce

Best New Artist: Zac Brown Band

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: “Halo,” Beyonce

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance: “Make It Mine,” Jason Mraz

Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: “I Gotta Feeling,” Black-Eyed Peas

Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals: “Lucky,” Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat

Best Pop Instrumental Performance: “Throw Down Your Heart,” Bela Fleck

Best Pop Instrumental Album: Potato Hole, Booker T. Jones

Best Pop Vocal Album: The E.N.D., Black-Eyed Peas

Best Dance Recording: “Poker Face,” Lady Gaga

Best Electronic/Dance Album: The Fame, Lady Gaga

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: Michael Buble Meets Madison Square Garden, Michael Buble

Best Solo Rock Performance: “Working On A Dream,” Bruce Springsteen

Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals: “Use Somebody,” Kings of Leon

Best Hard Rock Performance: “War Machine,” AC/DC

Best Metal Performance: “Dissident Aggressor,” Judas Priest

Best Rock Instrumental Performance: “A Day in the Life,” Jeff Beck

Best Rock Song: “Use Somebody,” Kings of Leon

Best Rock Album: 21st Century Breakdown, Green Day

Best Alternative Music Album: Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, Phoenix

Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It),” Beyonce

Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: “Pretty Wings,” Maxwell

Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: “Blame It,” Jamie Foxx & T-Pain

Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: “At Last,” Beyonce

Best Urban/Alternative Performance: “Pearls,” India.Arie & Dobet Gnahore

Best R&B Song: “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It),” Beyonce

Best R&B Album: Blacksummers’ Night, Maxwell

Best Contemporary R&B Album: I Am…Sasha Fierce, Beyonce

Best Rap Vocal Performance: “D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune),” Jay-Z

Best Rap Performance by a Duo or a Group: “Crack a Bottle,” Eminem, Dr. Dre & 50 Cent

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: “Run This Town,” Jay-Z, Rihanna, and Kanye West

Best Rap Song: “Run This Town,” Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye West

Best Rap Album: Relapse, Eminem

Best Female Country Vocal Performance: “White Horse,” Taylor Swift

Best Male Country Vocal Performance: “Sweet Thing,” Keith Urban

Best Country Performance by a Country Duo or Group With Vocals: “I Run to You,” Lady Antebellum

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals: “I Told You So,” Carrie Underwood and Randy Travis

Best Country Instrumental Performance: “Producer’s Medley,” Steve Wariner

Best Country Song: “White Horse,” Taylor Swift

Best Country Album: Fearless, Taylor Swift

Best New Age Album: Prayer For Compassion, David Darling

Best Contemporary Jazz Album: 75, Joe Zawinul & The Zawinul Sindicate

Best Jazz Vocal Album: Dedicated To You, Kurt Elling

Best Improvised Jazz Solo: “Dancin’ for Chicken,” Terence Blanchard

Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: Five-Peace Band – Live, Chick Corea & John McLaughlin Five Peace Band

Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album: Book One, New Orleans Jazz Orchestra

Best Latin Jazz Album: Juntos Para Siempre, Bebo Valdés And Chucho Valdés

Best Gospel Performance: “Wait On The Lord,” Donnie McClurkin Featuring Karen Clark Sheard

Best Gospel Song: “God In Me,” Erica Campbell, Tina Campbell & Warryn Campbell

Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album: Live Revelations, Third Day

Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: The Power Of One, Israel Houghton

Best Southern/Country/Bluegrass Gospel Album: Jason Crab, Jason Crab

Best Traditional Gospel Album: Oh Happy Day, Various Artists

Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: Audience Of One, Heather Headley

Best Latin Pop Album: Sin Frenos, La Quinta Estación

Best Latin Rock, Alternative Or Urban Album: Los De Atras Vienen Conmigo, Calle 13

Best Tropical Latin Album: Ciclos, Luis Enrique

Best Regional Mexican Album: Necesito De Ti, Vicente Fernández

Best Tejano Album: Borders Y Bailes, Los Texmaniacs

Best Norteño Album: Tu Noche Con…Los Tigres Del Norte, Los Tigres Del Norte

Best Banda Album: Tu Esclavo Y Amo, Lupillo Rivera

Best Americana Album: Electric Dirt, Levon Helm

Best Bluegrass Album: The Crow / New Songs For The Five-String Banjo, Steve Martin

Best Traditional Blues Album: A Stranger Here, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott

Best Contemporary Blues Album: Already Free, The Derek Trucks Band

Best Traditional Folk Album: High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project, Loudon Wainwright III

Best Contemporary Folk Album: Townes, Steve Earle

Best Hawaiian Music Album: Masters Of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar, Volume 2, (Various Artists)

Best Native American Music Album: Spirit Wind North, Bill Miller

Best Zydeco Or Cajun Music Album: Lay Your Burden Down, Buckwheat Zydeco

Best Reggae Album: Mind Control – Acoustic, Stephen Marley

Best Traditional World Music Album: Douga Mansa, Mamadou Diabate

Best Contemporary World Music Album: Throw Down Your Heart: Tales From The Acoustic Planet, Vol. 3 – Africa Sessions, Béla Fleck

Best Musical Album for Children: Family Time, Ziggy Marley

Best Spoken Word Album for Children: Aaaaah! Spooky, Scary Stories & Songs, Buck Howdy

Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Story Telling): Always Looking Up, Michael J. Fox

Best Comedy Album: A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift Of All!, Stephen Colbert

Best Musical Show Album: West Side Story

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media: Slumdog Millionaire (Various Artists)

Best Score Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media: UP

Best Song Written For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media: “Jai Ho” (from Slumdog Millionaire)

Best Instrumental Composition: “Married Life” (from UP), Michael Giacchino

Best Instrumental Arrangement: “West Side Story Medley,” Bill Cunliffe arranger

Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): “Quiet Nights”

Best Recording Package: Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, Stefan Sagmeister, art director

Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: Neil Young Archives Vol. I (1963-1972),
Gary Burden, Jenice Heo & Neil Young, art directors (Neil Young)

Best Album Notes: The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)
Dan Morgenstern, album notes writer (Louis Armstrong)

Best Historical Album: The Complete Chess Masters (1950-1967), Andy McKaie, compilation producer

Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical: Ellipse, Imogen Heap, engineer (Imogen Heap)

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Brendan O’Brien

Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: When Love Takes Over (Electro Extended Remix), David Guetta, remixer (David Guetta Featuring Kelly Rowland)

Best Surround Sound Album, Non-Classical: Transmigration

Best Engineered Album, Classical: Mahler: Symphony No. 8; Adagio From Symphony No. 10,
Peter Laenger, engineer

Producer of the Year, Classical: Steven Epstein

Best Classical Album: Mahler: Symphony No. 8; Adagio From Symphony No. 10

Best Orchestral Performance: Ravel: Daphnis Et Chloé, James Levine, conductor (Boston Symphony Orchestra; Tanglewood Festival Chorus)

Best Opera Recording: Britten: Billy Budd

Best Choral Performance: Mahler: Symphony No. 8; Adagio From Symphony No. 10

Best Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (With Orchestra): Prokofiev: Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 3
Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor; Evgeny Kissin (Philharmonia Orchestra)

Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (Without Orchestra): Journey To The New World
Sharon Isbin (Joan Baez & Mark O’Connor)

Best Chamber Music Performance: “Intimate Letters,” Emerson String Quartet

Best Small Ensemble Performance: Lang, David: The Little Match Girl Passion,
Paul Hillier, conductor; Ars Nova Copenhagen & Theatre Of Voices

Best Vocal Classical Performance: Verismo Arias, Renée Fleming (Marco Armiliato; Jonas Kaufmann; Orchestra Sinfonica Di Milano Giuseppi Verdi; Coro Sinfonica Di Milano Giuseppi Verdi)

Now, let’s watch some YouTube videos on 2010 Grammy Awards Night.

I guess the most memorable part of the night was a special 3-D tribute to Michael Jackson- King Of Pop, who won a Lifetime Achievement Award. His award was accepted by his 2 eldest children, Prince and Paris Jackson. Let’s watch the video below.

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  8 Responses to “The Biggest Winners at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards – Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift”

  1. Lady Gaga really famous these days =)

  2. I listen to their song from radio but don’t know their name. Lady Gaga is one of them. :P
    .-= Jayce´s last blog ..How to install Garmin Mobile XT for Windows Mobile Phone? =-.

  3. @blinkky: You’re right. I saw her performances in many TV music shows and from the newspapers too.

    @Jayce: I love the songs from Beyonce and Taylor Swift because I like R&B and Country songs. Lady Gaga is famous because of her outstanding stage performance and fashions.

  4. Lady Gaga should have won. Oh well there’s always next year. I predict she will kill at the Grammys next year. This is just the beginning of Lady Gaga.

  5. @Cash advances now: Lady Gaga is very famous and talented singer. Hope she will win the grand awards in next Grammys.

  6. I’m eager for Taylor Swift’s upcoming album. Seems like ages since her last one.

  7. I really adore Lady Gaga and her bizarre costumes but she definitely let herself down this time going out in see through underwear.

  8. i really like the music of Taylor Swift, she is really the best singer that i know.-:

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