Lady GaGa breaks rules. It’s Grammys this time
2010 Grammy Awards nominees will be announced tonight and the world is already buzzing about Lady GaGa’s nomination controversy.
GaGa is predicted to get noms in such categories as best album and best song of the year but her inclusion into the best new artist category is quite controversial as she was already nominated for Grammy in the Best Dance Recording for ‘Just Dance’ last year making it obvious she’s not “new” in the business.
However, her album The Fame hit big in 2009 and made her the ultimate music sensation and major hit maker within months.
Recognizing the absurdity of the situation, Grammy bosses consider changing the rules for nominations.
This particular issue in the Best New Artist category is on our radar and I would expect changes to address it in next year’s voting,” Grammy president Neil Portnow told PEOPLE.
If Grammy Awards change rules for GaGa why couldn’t they change them for Jennifer Hudson last year? Lady’s satiation looks similar to that of the young singer when Hudson was excluded from the Best New Artist category due to her 2007 nomination in the Outstanding Motion Picture Soundtrack Compilation category for Dreamgirls.
That’s not fair guys [though i do like Lady GaGa]
2010 Grammy Awards will be held on January 31st at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
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