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The husband of actress Nicole Kidman enjoys an outdoor jam on the beach, while the 'Airplanes' rapper is surrounded by fine ladies in the pool.
The other performers who are going to rock the Jane Lynch-hosted awards show are Foster the People and OneRepublic.
The 'Airplanes' rapper joins Ke$ha in her party-themed single, proudly declaring himself as 'an extraterrestrial obsessed with a vegetable.'
The Interscope Records artist takes fans to the behind-the-scene of his concerts and his life on the road while traveling across the country for a tour.
After learning that B.o.B takes a Jab at his Hip-Hop group, Tyler wrote on Twitter, 'Still Hate That Airplanes Song Tho.'
The music video follows Dr. Aden as she works for the government only to find 'the most disturbing documentation she ever saw in her life.'
When the chairman of Atlantic Records gave the single to B.o.B instead of him, Lupe Fiasco felt devastated and upset.
Abrams, who has been the judges' favorite from day one, will compete for audience's affection among the men next week with live performance.
The two rappers agree on one thing in this new duet track, 'There's no need to say sh*t you already know.'
In the nomination list led by The Black Keys, Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West and B.o.B get one nod each.
Playing with teddy bear and dollhouse, Jessie J shows how to have fun without worrying about the 'Price Tag'.
New judges Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez learned for the first time how to say no to contestants who are simply bad like Michael Jackson impersonator, Yoji 'Pop' Asano.
If the rumor is true, the February 13 ceremony will mark B.o.B, Janelle Monae and Bruno Mars' first-time gig at the Grammy Awards.
Replacing Big Boi, the Atlanta rapper raps about the upcoming football match between his native Falcons and Green Bay Packers.
Sade leads nominations in music field with four, Herbie Hancock follows her with three, and the likes of Willow Smith and Kanye West get double nods.