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The 2013 GRAMMY Awards are Sunday, Feb. 10 which means it's time to start separating the "root fors" from the "outraged abouts."
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In the outraged category, be sure to include the show's use of tape-delay. The LL Cool J-hosted ceremony will be telecast from the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles and air on CBS at 8 p.m. on the East Coast. Westerners who know not of the Internet, will have to wait another three hours for results.
More outrage? OK. Look out for the network's new Grammy dress code! With a ban on what's previously passed as clothing, buttoned-up injustice might be all you see.
Deadline published a CBS wardrobe advisory to ensure "buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered." Also, "Thong type costumes are problematic," as are "bare fleshy under curves" and sheer clothing that reveals "breast nipples" (we will assume all other nipples are acceptable).
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Bruce Springsteen performs at "12-12-12" a concert benefiting The Robin Hood Relief Fund to aid the victims of Hurricane Sandy presented by Clear Channel Media & Entertainment, The Madison Square Garden Company and The Weinstein Company at Madison Square Garden on December 12, 2012 in New York City.
Here are the best nine words of 2013, so far: Jon Stewart will host a tribute to Bruce Springsteen.
The Recording Academy announced that Jon Stewart, host of MTV's "The Jon Stewart Show" Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," will be the man with the mic for the 2013 MusiCares concert, held Feb. 8 in Los Angeles, two days before the Grammy Awards.
Neil Young, Jackson Browne, Elton John, Mavis Staples, Sting, Mumford and Sons and more than a dozen other artists will salute Springsteen, MusiCares' "Person of the Year" for artistic and philanthropic achievement.
The sold-out show will benefit the organization's emergency financial assistance and addiction recovery programs. MusiCares exists to ensure "that music people have a place to turn in times of financial, medical and personal need," notes the Recording Academy.