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28 February 2010
Jordan is the only contestant that entices me to watch the episode. She doesn’t even know what a dozen is.
Cowboys are super sneaky! Their hats obviously deceive others into thinking they are some ignorant countryside bumpkins, but they managed to come in first, and win 2 ski boats.
Alliance between the lesbians and the Asians seem to be working out, although I don’t want them to stay strong at the expanse of my bimbotic teams.
Granny and granddaughter gets eliminated. Surprise, surprise.
Louis will be away from 1st March to 6th March afternoon. All the best to everyone for the A Level Results!
Some things about the movie:
1) Percy Jackson, acted by Logan Lerman, looks like a hybrid of Nate Archibald and Zac Efron.
2) I felt like I was watching a B-Grade Harry Potter. You have the trio of 2 guys and a girl on a quest, the blur lead actor who doesn’t know his hidden powers and is indeed a powerful demigod, and the evil monsters that always seem to be towering over the little children but succumb to their all-so-great superpowers.
3) The conversations between the gods are plain shallow and mechanical. Very painful to listen to some of the dialogue.
4) A 3D version of the movie would have been nice.
5) The green pearls shouldn’t be as important as they were made out to be, ie the whole plot shouldn’t have revolved just around getting those pearls around random locations which the producers could conveniently film the scenes (I mean, it’s so easy to film scenes in Las Vegas and in the Parthenon).
6) Uma Thurman’s Medusa may have looked chilly, but she was not terrifying at all. I was expecting so much more airtime of her. That said, she and Pierce Brosnan were able to move rather gracefully in their snake and horse outfit respectively.
7) It rocks living the life of Percy Jackson. Within a matter of minutes, he managed to enter Camp Half Blood, train for like a couple of hours, and managed to proceed to Hell and successfully complete his mission.
8) Hell does not look horrific at all. In fact, it looks like a theme park. And Hades, who initially revealed his monstrous stature, gets owned by his wife eventually. Foolish.
9) Seriously, at this point in time, who cares or wants to know whether the Greek gods want to rule the world?
10) The most absurd of all is, how did Percy’s mother meet Poseidon? At Sentosa? So Poseidon just decided to hook up with her and have sex, and subsequently disappear after she gets pregnant? And he still calls himself a god? Worse thing is, why does his mum want to hook up with the drunkard? There is absolutely ZERO incentive. So, no love for her whenever she puts on that sad face because she’s unable to cross the Half Blood territory.
Crystal Bowersox – Hand In My Pocket by Alanis Morissette (7.0)
She sang, she played the guitar, and blew the harmonica. A lot of things going on at once, but she accomplished it pretty well. I like the air of honesty surrounding her, and she will be one who will make it far.
Siobhan Magnus – Wicked Game by Chris Isaak (7.0)
I find it very hard matching her voice to her face (was expecting a high-pitched whiney voice to come out of that frame). She is very interesting and captivating as a performer. Somehow, I got glued to her performance. Good.
Katelyn Epperly – Oh! Darling by The Beatles (7.0)
This girl made a very strong debut showing. Interestingly, I liked the tone of her voice when it’s verging on shouting. Finally, a decent performance that was worthy of a Top 12 slot. Her demeanour reminds me of Megan Joy.
Lilly Scott – Fixing A Hole by The Beatles (6.5)
I found her voice very unique in the audition rounds, and she didn’t disappoint me in this first Hollywood round. Although she pretty much played it safe vocally, her cheeky personality shone through by utilizing an unorthodox song choice and blending it with a memorable voice. Simon brought out a very interesting point, that there are a lot of online artists who are doing the same thing as her, so she got to step up her game.
Paige Miles – All Right Now by Free (6.0)
Song choice was poor. Didn’t like her look and outfit. Mercedes from Glee can totally own her in terms of vocal range and dynamics. Was quite shocked when Simon said she has the best voice amongst all the girls – makes me pretty apprehensive about the rest of the performances.
Michelle Delamor – Fallin’ by Alicia Keys (6.0)
Cliché name. Cliché look. Cliché song choice. Out of the entire song catalogue, she decided to choose this song that has been worked on over and over again? So, it didn’t really matter to me that she sang well. Nevertheless, based on the screw-ups of other female singers, she’s going to be safe this time round. Being the ‘diva’ representative, I’m not impressed.
Didi Benami – The Way I Am by Ingrid Michaelson (5.5)
We found ourselves an indie contestant! I liked her all along, and I hope she sticks to her roots, and that will hopefully propel to the final few, just like how Brooke White managed to do so. Her personality’s a little bland though – she should’ve defended herself wittily when they started slamming her.
Haeley Vaughn – I Want To Hold Your Hand by The Beatles (5.0)
I was totally not used listening to the Song & Dance song being interpreted this way. She sounds like an off-pitch trumpet and looks like Fantasia with long hair. What can I say, the judges like her.
Janell Wheeler – What About Love by Heart (5.0)
Her song choice was such a clichéd one! I don’t like her constantly eager and competitive face - puts me off because I don’t think her delivery is genuine. Pretty much a fake who will be exposed by the judges soon enough.
Katie Stevens – Feeling Good by Nina Simone (4.5)
She chooses the cursed song that gets everyone eliminated after they perform it in Idol history, safe for Lambert. Boring, nothing original at all.
Ashley Rodriguez – Happy by Leona Lewis (4.5)
Good contemporary song choice, but there were big shoes for her to fill to match up to Leona’s vocal prowess. I didn’t like the awkward song arrangement, and she sounded monotone during the chorus – a forgettable performance altogether.
Lacey Brown – Landslide by Fleetwood Mac (4.0)
I was expecting her to perform a spunky, feisty song. Well, it turned out to be a total bore for me. YAWN. She might very well be leaving.
Predicted eliminations: Ashley Rodriguez and Lacey Brown
Eliminated: Janell Wheeler and Ashley Rodriguez
Casey James – Heaven by Bryan Adams (7.5)
It was slightly pitchy at parts, but I guess he’s a charismatic performer that just accepts anything in his stride. He has the package that will see him through to the Top 12. Looks good, sounds good. Finally, there is a decent performance tonight.
Lee Dewyze – Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol (6.5)
Man, does this bring back memories. I liked his arrangement of the song, in which he upped the vocal difficulties of the song. He’s a likeable version of Danny Gokey. Just stay humble, go under the radar and he will be able to gradually stun people with his renditions.
Aaron Kelly – Here Comes Goodbye by Rascal Flatts (6.0)
Is it me, or was he racing against the rhythm in the whole first verse? He was vocally competent, although stage presence turned out to be quite a problem for him – how was he standing?!?! He has potential in the long run, considering he’s only 16.
Andrew Garcia – Sugar, We’re Going Down by Fall Out Boy (6.0)
It was an interesting song choice with a rather unique interpretation. His voice comes out strong, but seriously, the song shouldn’t be done acoustic. Everyone’s trying to be different for different reasons.
Joe Munoz – You And I by Jason Mraz (6.0)
It was refreshing to hear a Mraz song in Idol. It was enjoyable listening to his voice. He is a very humble contestant, although his personality was not really there. Let’s hope he does not become one of those Latinos who manage to squeeze into the Top 12 and become the first finalist eliminated.
Alex Lambert – Wonderful World by James Morrison (5.5)
Wow, someone actually decides to do a James Morrison song! Sad thing was that, he sounded exactly like Morrison. Good thing was that, I love that tone, like whoa! It was extremely painful to watch him onstage though. He might need more experience.
Jermaine Sellers – Get Here by Oleta Adams (5.5)
He was too eager, and thoroughly over-exploited the breathy parts. There were too much vocal gymnastics going on, and it could have been better if he held back a little more. He owned himself when he said ‘I’m old!’. To think I expected him as the frontrunner... well, I still like his voice.
Michael Lynche – This Love by Maroon 5 (5.0)
This song never fails to delight audiences, whether the singer screws it up or not. Not bad, not good, just hanging in there with a cheerful personality and hoping to scrape through to the next round.
John Park – God Bless The Child by Billie Holiday (5.0)
Valiant effort, but seriously, his vocal range is too low for the competition. He was such a bright and cheery person in the first audition, what in the world happened today? 4 judges with 4 negative comments, and we see our Asian representative in danger of getting eliminated. That’s quite unlikely though – all the Asians are going to rally to keep him in.
Tyler Grady – American Woman by The Guess Who (4.5)
He’s like a male fail Ke$ha – he has this perpetually drunk look on his face. His body movements initially were quite cool, but it now becomes rather gimmicky. Randy summarized it really well – he was style over substance. Extremely disappointing.
Todrick Hall – Since U Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson (4.5)
He thoroughly impressed me with his self-composed Idol song in his first audition. However, his total rearrangement of the song annoyed me through and through. I was trying to decipher the lyrics and the original tune throughout the performance. So, for me, the originality didn’t work this time round. EPIC FAIL.
Tim Urban – Apologize by OneRepublic (3.0)
So, the replacement contestant performs. Falsetto was an epic fail, and I think the word choice ‘epic’ is an understatement in itself. This is the most painful Idol performance in seasons. His guilty face couldn’t help remind people to not vote for him based on his looks.
Predicted Eliminations: Todrick Hall and Tim Urban
Eliminated: Joe Munoz and Tyler Grady
P.S The ‘American Boy’ group performance was EXTREMELY cringeworthy.
P.P.S Playing 'Leave Right Now' for the exit song is really mean HAHA. ("I think I better leave right now, before I fall any deeper.")
Survivor hardly had any development in gameplay this week. Russell still thinks he’s boss when he’s not (he totally gets trashed by Tom in the immunity challenge), James is still a social snob, Coach is still a bloody loser who still is unable to grasp the concept of sportsmanship.
Immunity challenge produced a landslide victory for the Heroes, who trashed the Villains in all 8 one-on-one pillowfight battles. Randy gets voted off, all thanks to the brilliant scheming courtesy of Parvati, the only intelligent player this season.
27 February 2010
Shakira – Gypsy
Kanye West – Coldest Winter
She and Him – Thieves Amongst Us
Estelle – Freak
Marina and the Diamonds – Hollywood
Lemar – The Way Love Goes
21 February 2010
The designers were asked to create a fashionable children's look, to be modeled by a group of girls aged 5-9. Later the designers were asked to create an additional companion look for their adult models.
Good designs: Seth Aaron Henderson (winner), Jesse Lenoir, Jay Nicolas Sario
Eliminated: Janeane Marie Ceccanti
Louis will be away from 22nd February to 27th February afternoon. Catch you guys around soon - SMS me if anything!
Clockwise from Top left: Tyler Grady, John Park, Todrick Hall, Lilly Scott, Didi Benami. Let's see how many of them make it to the top 12!
I found it ridiculous when Angela Martin failed to make it into the Top 24 (I mean, hello, look at those random blondes without personality making it through?), but she is going to get a record label. Beneficiary: Ellen Degeneres. I really thought she deserved a spot.
Paloma Faith – Upside Down
Vampire Weekend – Giving Up The Gun (A lot of guest appearances)
Paramore – The Only Exception
Cascada – Pyromania
Wynter Gordon – Dirty Talk (produced by David Guetta)
Lady GaGa – Telephone (Acoustic) and Dance In The Dark at Brit Awards 2010
Cheryl Cole – Fight For This Love at Brit Awards 2010
Dizzee Rascal & Florence + The Machine – You’ve Got The Love a Brit Awards (just listen to Florence sing, ignore the rapping please.)
Daniel Merriweather performs ‘Red’ at David Letterman Show
Ke$ha performs ‘Blah Blah Blah’ on the Alan Carr Chattyman Show
Lily Allen – The Fear at Brit Awards 2010
The hero and the loser.
Oh man, villains totally suck in camp (with the exception of Rob M), while the heroes totally suck at challenges. Stephenie may be on the losing tribe again, but I still think she’s one of the coolest contestants in Survivor history. At least she doesn’t get voted off with 2 hidden immunities in their pockets. At least she doesn’t speak without thinking. James is seriously full of trash. How could you actually tell a tribemate to keep their mouth shut, like what??
Cirie and Candice obviously didn’t make the right choice by voting Steph off. No love for anyone in the heroes tribe except for Tom and Colby.
15 February 2010
Louis will be away from 16th February evening to 20th February afternoon due to certain military commitments. Will update you guys when I'm back again!
The 1-hour debut of The Amazing Race 16 at Valparaiso, Chile, was pretty lacklustre. Thankfully, there were a couple of exciting teams, like the cowboys Jet & Cord who used Brazilian instead of Chilean currency in Chile, Caite (Miss Teen USA who became a joke of her country) and Jordan (winner of Big Brother).
Miss Teen and Jordan (“2 tickets to China”) are bimbos to the max, yet they manoeuvred the cable pretty successfully, unlike the black woman and the lesbian who seemed really tough but started going all weak the moment they took their first step.
Jordan and Jeff finished first in the debut leg, and they won a trip to Vancouver (Jordan probably doesn’t know where that is anyways LOL). 71-year-old Granny narrowly avoided elimination.
P.S I didn’t know that vehicle was called a funicular.
P.P.S Gay/Straight Brothers are hilarious. Couldn't stop laughing when they started imitating Miss Teen USA.
Group Routine (Top 13) – Jazz: Bad Romance by Lady GaGa
Group Routine (Top 3) – Pop-Jazz: I Gotta Feeling by Black Eyed Peas
Charlie and Drew (Replacement) – Lyrical: I Surrender by Celine Dion
Charlie and Tommy – Tango: Tango el Roxanne by Ewan McGregor
Tommy and Mark (Replacement) – Hip-Hop: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger by Daft Punk
Lizzie and Tommy – Jazz: Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) by Eurhythmics
Charlie and Lizzie – Broadway: All That Jazz by Catherine Zeta Jones
Lizzie and Alastair (Replacement) – Samba: Magalehña by Sergio Mendes
3rd Place: Lizzie Gough
2nd Place: Tommy Franzen
Winner: Charlie Bruce
14 February 2010
Episode 5: The designers were asked to design an outfit for the cover of Marie Claire magazine. The winning design would be worn by Heidi Klum on the cover of the April 2010 issue.
Eliminated: Anna (after landing herself in the bottom 2 twice in a row)
Episode 4: Designers were asked to design a look for a Fashion Week gala. The looks were required to feature the color red and elements with Campbell's branding and were modeled by women who had been impacted by heart disease. Designers has budget of $100 to purchase fabrics and other elements and one day of time to finish the design. The winning garment will be produced and sold on projectrunway.com, with proceeds going to the American Heart Association.
Eliminated: Jesus Estrada (very poor)
13 February 2010
Ellie Goulding – Under The Sheets
A Fine Frenzy – Happier
Kasabian – Fire
Leona Lewis – I Got You
Rihanna - Rude Boy
Ladyhawke – Paris Is Burning
Owl City – Vanilla Twilight
So, instead of Outwit, Outplay, Outcast, Season 20 has a new motto: Return, Revenge, Redemption. Not as catchy, but at least they are sticking to the alliteration.
Reward: Pull a sandbag out of the sand, run to your team's finishing line. (Red indicates person who won the match-up)
1st match-up: Stephenie and Cirie from Heroes VS Parvati and Danielle from Villains
Epic catfight which ended up in Stephenie dislocating her shoulder, though medics came and popped it back.
2nd match-up: Amanda and JT VS Randy and Jerri
3rd match-up: Colby and Tom VS Coach and Russell (Tyson's comment was hilarious)
4th match-up: Sugar and Candice VS Sandra and Courtney
Sugar runs to the finishing line topless after Sandra underhandedly unties Sugar's bra)
5th match-up: James (homerun) and Rupert VS Tyson and Rob
Rupert breaks his toe, but Heroes win the first reward challenge nevertheless.
Immunity: Assemble a boat, light the torch, assemble a puzzle, assemble the planks and climb the flight of stairs. VILLAINS win. Heroes had such a great lead, but ended up being stupid with the puzzle.
Cirie was screwing herself when she wanted to protect Sugar to eliminate Stephenie – an EXTERMELY huge risk to undertake because the target could end up on her. Nevertheless, she didn’t follow through with the plan and the tribe unanimously voted Sugar off the island.
12 February 2010
Lizzie and Robbie - (Broadway: 'Hot Honey Rag' from Chicago, and Hip-Hop: 'Mad' by Ne-Yo)
Alastair and Mandy (Contemporary: 'Fix You' by Coldplay, Paso Doble: 'Dies Irae' by Karl Jenkins)
Tommy and Charlie (Jazz: 'Circus' by Britney Spears, Quickstep: 'Do Your Thing' by Basement Jaxx)
Eliminated: Mandy and Alastair
Pulled out of finale: Robbie (due to dislocation of shoulder - injury)
Finale: Charlie, Lizzie and Tommy
Lilly Scott covers Ella Fitzgerald's 'Lullaby of Birdland'
Didi Benami covers Kara DioGuardi's 'Terrified'
Andrew Garcia covers Paula Abdul's 'Straight Up'
Janell Wheeler covers Estelle's 'American Boy'
Casey James covers John Mayer's 'I Don't Need No Doctor'
Haeley Vaughn covers Taylor Swift's 'Change'
Good Group Performances
Janell Wheeler, Jermaine Purifory, Casey James - Ne-Yo's 'Closer'
Todrick Hall, Theri, Jareb Liewer, Siobhan Magnus - Lady GaGa's 'Bad Romance'
Charity Vance, Ashley Rodriguez, Michelle Delamor - Beyonce's 'Irreplaceable'
Updated Top 24: http://www.poptower.com/news-12052/american-idol-2010-top-24-contestants.htm
03 February 2010
(Bolded nominees indicate nominees I want to see win)
Avatar, The Blind Side, District 9, An Education, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, Precious, A Serious Man, Up, Up In The Air
James Cameron (Avatar), Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker), Quentin Tarantino (Inglourious Basterds), Lee Daniels (Precious), Jason Reitman (Up In The Air)
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart), George Clooney (Up In The Air), Colin Firth (A Single Man), Morgan Freeman (Invictus), Jeremy Renner (The Hurt Locker)
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Sandra Bullock (The Blind Side), Helen Mirren (The Last Station), Carey Mulligan (An Education), Gabourey Sidibe (Precious), Meryl Streep (Julie and Julia)
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Matt Damon (Invictus), Woody Harrelson (The Messenger), Christopher Plummer (The Last Station), Stanley Tucci (The Lovely Bones), Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds)
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Penelope Cruz (Nine), Vera Farmiga (Up In The Air), Maggie Gyllenhaal (Crazy Heart), Anna Kendrick (Up In The Air), Mo’Nique (Precious)
Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay)
District 9, An Education, In The Loop, Precious, Up In The Air
Best Writing (Original Screenplay)
The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, The Messenger, A Serious Man, Up
Best Animated Feature Film
Coraline, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Princess and the Frog, The Secret of Kells, Up
Best Art Direction
Avatar, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Nine, Sherlock Holmes, The Young Victoria
Avatar, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, The White Ribbon
Best Costume Design
Bright Star, Coco Before Chanel, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Nine, The Young Victoria
Best Film Editing
Avatar, Distrcit 9, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, Precious
Best Music (Original Score)
Avatar, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Hurt Locker, Sherlock Holmes, Up
Best Sound Editing
Avatar, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, Star Trek, Up
Best Sound Mixing
Avatar, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, Star Trek, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Best Visual Effects
Avatar, District 9, Star Trek
Invictus got snubbed for Best Director (Clint Eastwood) and Best Picture!
I predict Avatar wins everything except the major awards.
let me just post something Muse twitpic-ed!
Louis will be away from the 4th - 13th February.
He will miss his great family and friends, the hot showers, the urban life, his nice clothes, his comfortable bed, his laptop, his updated music (which would be replaced by army songs), his twitter/facebook/youtube, and most importantly, HIS 10 DAYS OF REALITY TV PROGRAMMES which he'll be heavily deprived of. This means inactivity on realitymunches for 10 days.
The shows I'll be missing include: 4 episodes of American Idol 2010, 2 episodes of Project Runway 7, 1 episode of Survivor: Heroes Vs Villains, and 1 episode of So You Think You Can Dance UK.
I will still be Twittering, if possible, to tell everyone I'm alive.
Ok toodles, see you all next time.
Meanwhile, I'm off to the temple, and off to Muse concert afterwards. I can't even see the beautiful photos and videos I took after the concert omg.
02 February 2010
Lizzie and Alastair – Contemporary (‘No Air’ by Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown)
Mandy and Tommy – Broadway (‘Gotta Be Something Better Than This’ by Cami Thompson)
Charlie and Drew – Lyrical Hip-hop (‘Doesn’t Mean Anything’ by Alicia Keys)
Yanet and Robbie – Lindy Hop (‘It Doesn’t Mean A Thing’ by Billy Banks)
Guys’ Routine & Group Routine
Eliminated: Drew (WTF?) and Yanet
01 February 2010
The designers were taken to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and shown ten iconic looks by famous designers such as Yves Saint-Laurent, Christian Dior, Madame Grès, and Cristóbal Balenciaga. They were then asked to create a high-end signature look worthy of a master collection. The designers were placed in teams of two and given $500 per team to create their looks. On the second day of the challenge, the teams were asked to create a second "look for less," using only 10% of the budget for the first look and inspired by the signature look of one of the other teams.
The better designs (from L to R): Jay Nicolas Sario, Jonathan Peters, Maya Luz, Mila Hermanovski
Eliminated: Ping Wu (ping pong.)
The winners for all the genre categories were fantastic. The winners of the bigger awards were, however, more controversial.
Record of the Year: Use Somebody - Kings Of Leon (won Poker Face, Boom Boom Pow, Single Ladies and You Belong with Me)
Album of the Year: Taylor Swift - Fearless (won The Fame, I Am... Sasha Fierce and The E.N.D)
Song of the Year: Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce (won Poker Face)
Best New Artist: Zac Brown Band (won Keri Hilson, MGMT and The Ting Tings)
CATEGORY - POP
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance: Halo - Beyonce
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance: Make It Mine - Jason Mraz
Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals: I Gotta Feeling - The Black Eyed Peas
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals: Lucky - Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat
Best Pop Vocal Album: The Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D
CATEGORY - DANCE
Best Dance Recording: Poker Face - Lady GaGa (won Boom Boom Pow & When Love Takes Over)
Best Electronic/Dance Album: The Fame - Lady GaGa
CATEGORY - ROCK
Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals: Use Somebody - Kings Of Leon
Best Hard Rock Performance: War Machine - AC/DC
Best Rock Song: Use Somebody - Kings Of Leon (won 21 Guns and I'll Go Crazy if I Don't Go Crazy Tonight)
Best Rock Album: Green Day - 21st Century Breakdown
CATEGORY - R&B
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance: Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
Best Male R&B Vocal Performance: Pretty Wings - Maxwell
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals: Blame It - Jamie Foxx & T-Pain
Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: At Last - Beyonce
Best R&B Song: Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) - Beyonce
Best Contemporary R&B Album: Beyonce - I Am... Sasha Fierce
CATEGORY - RAP
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration: Run This Town - Jay Z, Rihanna, Kanye West
Best Rap Song: Run This Town - Jay Z, Rihanna, Kanye West
Best Rap Album: Eminem - Relapse
CATEGORY - COUNTRY
Best Female Country Vocal Performance: White Horse - Taylor Swift
Best Country Collaboration with Vocals: I Told You So - Carrie Underwood & Randy Travis
Best Country Song: White Horse - Taylor Swift
Best Country Album: Taylor Swift - Fearless
Best Song Written for Motion Picture: Jai Ho (from Slumdog Millionaire)
Best Short Form Music Video: Boom Boom Pow - The Black Eyed Peas
Links you better watch quickly before it's taken down:
Lady GaGa and Elton John Performance - Medley (Speechless, Poker Face, Your Song)
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