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Photos: Projection, inspiration and awe at the Grammy Awards


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Underwood said she had to stand in a specific spot on the Staples Center stage to make it work.

"It took a lot of precision," she said.

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— Beth Harris — Twitter http://twitter.com/bethharrisap

KEEP ON BIEBVIN’

Justin Bieber can’t catch a break.

Not only was the superstar singer not nominated for a Grammy, but a Ustream session that Bieber launched at the same time as the ceremony Sunday to answer questions from fans crashed because it was overloaded. The technical snafu immediately began trending on Twitter, inspiring such popular hashtags as #ThankYouForTryingJustin and #JustinUseRedTube.

Bieber tweeted to fans that "livestream is over capacity it not letting me in the room." He apparently couldn’t overcome the blunder and later promised to upload a video.

— Derrik J. Lang


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QUICKQUOTE: KATY PERRY

"I was never even nominated in this category, and I have my own eyelash line." — Katy Perry presenting the Grammy Awards’ best new artist category.

— Sandy Cohen

RICK ROSS WORKS IT

Rick Ross is a businessman as much as he is a rapper.

"There’s a lot of networking to be done here," he said on the red carpet at Sunday’s Grammy Awards, adding he had already done "three or four deals."

Ross likes how his genre has taken what he sees as its rightful place at the annual ceremony.

"I feel like hip hop is most definitely more present at the Grammys," he said, noting the presence of what he called such "underground legends" as Nas.

— Beth Harris

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