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The 43rd Annual Grammy Awards (2001)

Grammy - music award of the American academy of the audio recording, was founded by the American association of sound-recording companies of March, 14, 1958. Grammy is awarded annually as a... See full summary »

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Walter C. Miller

Writers:

Eric Drysdale (special material by), Jim Earl (special material by) | 14 more credits »
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Jon Stewart ... Himself - Host
Eminem ... Himself - Performer
Elton John ... Himself - Performer
Destiny's Child ... Themselves
Madonna ... Herself - Performer
Macy Gray ... Herself - Performer
Christina Aguilera ... Herself - Performer
Moby ... Himself - Performer
Jill Scott ... Herself - Performer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
*NSYNC ... Themselves
Tai Anderson Tai Anderson ... Himself - Nominee
Fiona Apple ... Herself
Brad Avery Brad Avery ... Himself - Nominee
Erykah Badu ... Herself
Baha Men ... Themselves - Nominees
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Grammy - music award of the American academy of the audio recording, was founded by the American association of sound-recording companies of March, 14, 1958. Grammy is awarded annually as a result of voting by the authorized members of "Recording Academy".

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Music

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

21 February 2001 (USA) See more »

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The 43rd Annual Grammy Awards See more »

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The Recording Academy See more »
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Follows The 19th Annual Grammy Awards (1977) See more »

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Written by Madonna and Mirwais Ahmadzaï
Performed by Madonna with Richard 'Humpty' Vission
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Very happy with all the winners
18 March 2001 | by jaspervanzylSee all my reviews

I can honestly say I'm very happy with the winners at this award ceremony. U2's "Beautiful Day" is a flawless rock song, which definitely deserves Song of the Year. Shelby Lynne is nothing special, but out of the nominees for Artist of the Year she could well have won. I'm very happy with Paul Simon's Lifetime Achievement Award. He is one of the biggest and best musical legends of our time. But the biggest star of the night was Eminem. His amazing, emotion filled performance of "Stan" with Elton John was excellent. I'm just sorry he didn't win album of the year.

Sorry to say, but I'm glad Madonna didn't win Song of the Year. "Music" is the worst song she ever recorded, and I can't understand why the critics are so fond of it. It has no melody, no good lyrics, just poor singing and worse production.

Overall, This year's Grammy Awards was far from a let down, with very good live performances from Moby, Eminem, Macy Gray, Blue Man Group and Elton John. A good way to have spent my Thursday night.


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