These sexy singing sensations were the highlights of the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Sure, the pop princess didn't take home any trophies, but she won our attention with her live performance of "Not Like the Movies" and "Teenage Dream."
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This Academy Award winner wasn't up for a Grammy, but she did something even better–performed with the flamboyantly-dressed Cee-Lo Green and the Jim Henson Company Puppets. And yes, it somehow worked.
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This American Idol winner was up for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for "Temporary Home." She lost to fellow hottie Miranda Lambert.
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OK, so she can't sing, but she's hot and she had a Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Word Album for the not-so-sexy titled The Bedwetter.
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This piano-playing singer/songwriter was up for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the ultra-catchy "King of Anything." She lost out to Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance."
This fiery Texas singer, who first came to fame on Nashville Star, won Best Female Country Vocal Performance for "The House That Built Me."
Rihanna took the Grammy stage with Drake to perform their No. 1 collaboration "What's My Name?" The soulful singer won Best Dance Recording for "Only Girl (In The World)".
The always flamboyant singer/songwriter won numerous Grammy trophies, including Best Pop Vocal Album for The Fame Monster and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Bad Romance." Of course, most viewers tuned in to see what this bizarrely-costumed entertainer would wear. And yes, we were hoping for a Spinal Tap moment. Unfortunately, she did not get stuck in the pod.
Her "Empire State of Mind" collaboration with Jay-Z is everywhere, including the Grammys. The mega-hit won Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Song.
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Although Beyoncé came home empty handed, she was still very, VERY bootylicious.
The good news? The Glee cast didn't win a Grammy. The great news? Cast member Lea Michele put in an appearance as a presenter. She, and her low-cut dress, filled us with (cough, cough) glee.