The 2010 Grammy awards are over. Who won? Who lost? Who cares?
Well, some people won (Taylor Swift), some people lost (Kanye West) and a lot of people cared (at least CBS hopes so). I personally didn't watch, but am getting fully briefed on the Grammy news as I write this. Thanks Internet.
So in honor of the 2010 Grammy awards, we present to you these 12 Grammy innovations. Just don't sing about it, OK?
Implications - Popular televised events are frequently viewed by millons of viewers, and the effects and memories of them are felt long after they are over. Companies who tune in to such events and create products that reference televised moments will instantly appeal to consumers.
Wrapping Up the 2010 Grammy Awards, Trend Hunter Style
Brian G Randles — February 1, 2010 — Pop Culture
3D King of Pop Tributes
Special Michael Jackson Grammy Tribute Comes to Life
Bringing Retro Back Live
50th Grammy Awards
Music Meets Fashion
Grammy Brand Apparel
Whitney Houston Dazzles at Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy Bash (UPDATE)
House of Holland Makes Baby Version of MIA Grammy Dress
Triumphant Stage Returns
Whitney Houston to Perform at Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy Party
The Imogen Heap Grammy Awards 'Twitdress' is Geekalicious
Giant Banana Elevators
Katy Perry's Fruitastic Grammy Awards 2009 Onstage Entrance
Cotton Candy Cocktail Dresses
Rihanna Wears Viktor & Rolf at Clive Owens' Grammy Awards Party
Goddesses With Tiny Men
Katy Perry and Paula Abdul Rock Grammy Gowns by Basil Soda
Inspirational Typography Art
Portraits of Grammy Nominees Made From Influential Song Titles