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The music industry's finest came together onstage Saturday night to pay tribute to music great Neil Diamond -- and perform their versions of his hit songs at MusiCares.
Fresh off her moving Super Bowl performance, Jennifer Hudson received a standing ovation for her rendition of "Holly Holy" -- and brought the entire audience of 1,500 to their feet. She waved at the crowd and mouthed "thank you" before leaving the stage.
Josh Groban talked with People magazine about Hudson performing again after the October deaths of three of her family members. "I think music can heal a lot of wounds and it's really cool that she's showing the courage to come out here tonight and do this."
The Jonas Brothers, Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were all among the crooners who took the stage to honor Diamond and the MusiCares benefit, which helps struggling musicians.
Neil, who auctioned off some of his personal items at the benefit, told People he was elated to have the night dedicated to him. "It's a big honor. There's no question about it! It's totally unexpected but I'm loving every minute of this! ... I'm just going to sit back and enjoy myself!"
Who will take home a coveted orange Blimp trophy -- and who will get covered in green slime?! The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards nominees have been announced!
Last year Disney diva Miley Cyrus took home two Blimps and this year the superstar raked up a total of three nominations. Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler and Will Smith all nabbed nominations for Favorite Movie Actor. In the Favorite Musical Group category, the Jonas Brothers are competing against Linkin Park, Pussycat Dolls and Daughtry.
Dwayne Johnson is hosting the award show honoring the worlds of film, music, TV and sports. Voting starts March 2 on Nick.com/kca and the big show will be broadcast live on March 28!
Neil Diamond will be honored as the 2009 MusiCares Person of the Year on February 6, and can watch the red carpet arrivals before the big gala! The evening's performers include Jennifer Hudson, Jonas Brothers, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Coldplay, Foo Fighters and Brit sensation Adele. Plus, the reception and silent auction will be hosted by comedian Jimmy Kimmel.
Diamond will be honored for his exceptional artistic achievements as well as his philanthropic work. The Grammy winner made significant contributions to hurricane relief efforts in Texas for areas ravaged by Hurricane Ike.
Tune into our Extra Raw Channel on Friday, February 6 around 5:30 PM PST, 8:30 EST to see who walks the red carpet!
What is the best way to welcome two tweens to their new home? With the Jonas Brothers, of course! Last night, Malia and Sasha Obama were paid a very special White House visit by the "Burnin' Up" boys.
ABC News reports the First Daughters invited some pals from their new school, Sidwell Friends, to watch "High School Musical 3" and "Bolt" and participate in a scavenger hunt around their new D.C. home. White House ushers organized a similar hunt for Chelsea Clinton when she first moved into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in 1993, but this time around was a little different. At the end of the hunt, the sisters opened a door to find their favorite heartthrobs -- Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas. OMG!!!
To relive the most memorable moments of the inauguration, click here!
Tweens ruled at "The Kids' Inaugural: We Are the Future" event, where Miley Cyrus, the Jonas Brothers, and Bow Wow rocked the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. The show celebrated the inauguration while honoring military families.
Michelle, Sasha and Malia Obama were spotted in front-row seats during the 90-minute concert. The hot tickets were also provided to military families and Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington and locals.
Miley rocked a three-song set, while the JoBros got the crowd to their feet for their hit "SOS." "High School Musical" hunk Corbin Bleu and Demi Lovato also sang. Hollywood stars including Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah, George Lopez and Usher appeared on stage for the concert that aired on the Disney Channel.
Just because they can't vote, doesn't mean they don't care -- Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers are the latest acts to join the line-up for an inaugural concert!
The Disney stars with join Demi Lovato and Bow Wow onstage for the Kids' Inaugural: We are the Future concert on Monday in Washington D.C. The show will honor military families, and will be attended by the future First Family themselves!
From country and pop, to hip hop and rock, performers at the 51st annual Grammy Awards have something for every music fan!
Nominees Kenny Chesney, Coldplay, the Jonas Brothers, Lil Wayne and Katy Perry are scheduled to take the stage during music's biggest night.
Rapper Lil Wayne leads the pack of talented musicians with eight nominations, including Album of the Year. Four-time Grammy winners Coldplay nabbed seven noms, while Kenny Chesney, Katy Perry and the Jonas Brothers all scored one nod each.
The Grammy Awards air Sunday, February 8 at 8 PM on CBS.
UPDATE: U2, Kid Rock, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, and Rihanna have been added to the star-studded list of performers at the Grammy Awards!