Broken Record of the Year
Are the Grammys in danger of being struck down? The trades think so, noting that the Writers Guild of America strike - which turned the Golden Globes and People's Choice Awards into spectacular lame-a-thons (73 percent lamer than usual!) - could derail Music's Biggest Night (TM) as well.
So what happens if the WGA strike does, in fact, throw a wet blanket on the Recording Academy's 50th birthday cake, which is scheduled to be broadcast live on CBS? What kind of Grammys ceremony should there be on Feb. 10?
An unscripted press conference hosted by Kellie Pickler? A Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes-type webcast, with Ed McMahon going door-to-door at the Mondrian to deliver trophies to the winners? An Alicia Keys concert on the back of a truck? And does any of this even matter, given that Amy Winehouse might be a no-show either way? Discuss.
By J. Freedom du Lac |
January 15, 2008; 5:42 PM ET
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