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It feels impossible that the summer of 2003 was a full decade ago. Aging gripes aside, it was a pretty good year: Ruben Studdard had just won American Idol, Malta was admitted to the UN, Quvenzhané Wallis was about to be born, and the music was unbeatable. For our Throwback Thursday, we're going back a decade to listen to some of the songs that topped the charts and defined that summer. Get ready for Evanescence, 50 Cent, and a little "Remix to Ignition."
You may have noticed we are getting super pumped over here for the 2013 Grammys, and not just because we like to party with the music industry, although that is a significant factor. History tells us we are guaranteed a spectacle of fashion and live performances, as well as a wealth of premium WTF moments at the awards show. From acceptance speech hijackings and blunders to soy bombs, join us as we countdown to Grammy night with a look back at the top 10 most ridiculous moments in Grammy Awards history.
It's sad to say this, but the days when hard rock music dominated the charts are a clear thing of the past. Do you know the last time a rock song was #1 for the year on the Billboard Top 100 charts? It was 2002, and it was Nickelback's "How You Remind Me", which doesn't even count because Nickelback is the musical equivalent of Nutraloaf. Still, we were at least able to briefly turn back the clock last night, as a slew of Rock Icons from years past (and a few movie stars, as well) showed up to rage last night at Club Nokia for the 4th Annual Revolver Golden God Awards. More»
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards will air this Sunday, February 12, and like most awards shows, will probably be mostly pretty boring to watch. But occasionally, when we're least expecting it, we're given a gem that makes the multi-hour long affair planted in front of the TV worthwhile. From memorable performances to unforgettable blunders, WTF moments and infamous interruptions, we've gathered the top ten best, most outrageous and otherwise noteworthy moments from Grammys past to get you amped for this year's big show. More»
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