Showbiz Sandbox 92: The Awards Otherwise Known As The Grammys

February 13, 2011


Indie rock darling Arcade Fire provided an upset at this year’s Grammy Awards by taking home the prize for Album Of The Year. Rolling Stone contributing editor David Wild helped write the Grammy telecast and he provides an insider’s perspective on the show as well as a peak backstage. Unfortunately, nobody can explain why Lady Gaga arrived in a glass coffin.

Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber didn’t take home any Grammys on Sunday, but does he really care? After all, his concert film “Never Say Never” earned an astonishing $30 million during its opening weekend.

Meanwhile, the movie industry had their own awards show over the weekend and we’ll go over who the big winners were at the BAFTAs and how they might affect the Oscar race.

We also review and provide analysis on all the week’s top entertainment headlines, including how to get tickets to LCD Soundsystem’s last concert, Pandora’s IPO, Zooey Deschanel’s move to television and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s return to acting.


Justin Bieber: Will Smith Is Helping Me Find Film Roles

Arcade Fire, Lady Antebellum Big Winners At 2011 Grammys….

A Night Of Bold Moves And Noisy Risks At Grammys….

‘The King’s Speech’ Nearly Sweeps The BAFTAs

Ratings Up For Grammys….

Grammy Preview: The Best CDs of 2010….

LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy Rages Against Ticket-Selling Site

‘Spider-Man’ Early Reviews Set Off A Storm

‘Dark’ Sure To Be Turned Off….

Is The Daily DOA?….

Pandora Files For IPO

Nat King Cole TV Show Coming To iTunes….

Time Inc., HP Challenging Apple’s Dominance of Publishing World….

Zooey Deschanel Now Set For Fox Pilot

Ricky Gervais Wants Will Arnett On Office

Activision Pulls The Plug On Guitar Hero

Morgan Spurlock Selling Naming Rights To TED Talk….

Arnold Schwarzenegger Returns to Acting….

BBC America To Edit ‘Lazy Mexicans’ Comment From Top Gear For U.S. Broadcast

Scott Rudin Closes L.A. Office – Is Sony Move Imminent….

David Wild’s Book: He Is . . . I Say: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Neil Diamond
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