51st Grammys: Coldplay Scooped Song of the Year
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Coldplay got Song of the Year for 'Viva La Vida', while Robert Plant and Alison Krauss collected another award this time for Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals.

AceShowbiz - More winners were unveiled at this year's Grammy Awards. Announced by Al Green and Duffy, British band Coldplay received Song of the Year title for their single "Viva La Vida", which is taken from their fourth studio album "Viva La Vida".

After the announcement of Song of the Year, Miley Cyrus took the stage accompanied by country music singer Taylor Swift. Sitting on high chairs, the two teen singers delivered Taylor's hit single "Fifteen" during an acoustic set with Taylor strumming her guitar.

Right after their performance, Miley and Taylor announced the winner of Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals. Last year's winner Robert Plant and Alison Krauss once again claimed their victory in this category for their duet track "Rich Woman". "This song is such a spooky song. It's the heart of the American underworld of rhythm and blues and shimmy," so Robert delivered his speech when handed the prize.

Jennifer Hudson then made a live performance, singing her single "You Pulled Me Through", a ballad song written by Diane Warren for Jennifer's 2008 self-titled debut album. She got standing ovation from the audience at STAPLES Center for her appearance.

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