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February 1st, 2010
08:00 AM ET

Ladies' night at The Grammys

The ladies owned the night at the Grammys yesterday.

Beyonce lived up to her album title, "I am Sasha Fierce," taking home a record-breaking six trophies. But country singer Taylor Swift's "Fearless" scored the night's biggest prize. And an emotional tribute to the late pop legend Michael Jackson was the first-ever 3D performance at an awards show.

From the red carpet to the final curtain, our Kareen Wynter has the full breakdown from Hollywood.

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  1. Linda Blankensop

    I throughly loved the Grammy's this year. It was the best I have ever seen but the one person's performace that I won't forget was Pink. And all of the other singers who came and performed with other grammy singers. I didn't like the Michael Jackson's tribute due to the fact is was in 3-D and I don't have 3-d glasses so when it was shown on tv it was blurry.

    February 2, 2010 at 12:32 pm |