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The Grammys 2011 in shock headlines

I think I might, in fact, prefer the Grammys to the Oscars, or the Golden Globes, or the BAFTAs, or anything - I am willing to revise this the moment the Lady Gaga musical premieres, with Elton John assisting on piano and …

Tue, Feb 15, 2011, 11:43

   

I think I might, in fact, prefer the Grammys to the Oscars, or the Golden Globes, or the BAFTAs, or anything - I am willing to revise this the moment the Lady Gaga musical premieres, with Elton John assisting on piano and Helena Bonham Carter playing Gaga’s eccentric and overbearing mother – because all of the top musical stars come out in their best ghetto get-up. As such, I have compiled a selection of images with suitable tabloid headlines. Behold.

Rihanna in sexy-dancing no-pants shocker!

Katy Perry eschews clean Christian image for glitter ‘n’ wings at awards ceremony!

R ‘n’ B queen Beyoncé loses shirt in tragic taxi incident – braves ceremony regardless!]

J-Lo revives disco diva image in tight, short spangles!

The world watches as Gaga unexpectedly rips off Madonna!

Kim Kardashian bares booty at blingin’ Hollywood bash!

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