Grammy Awards' High (and Low!) Notes!

All the triumphs & trainwrecks, from Lady Gaga's smokin' duet to Jamie Foxx's opera to the Michael Jackson tribute (10 Photos)

Christine Fenno on Jan 31, 2010 at 6:11PM

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Grammy Awards' High (and Low!) Notes!

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HIGH NOTE: Lady Gaga & Elton John

Opening the ceremony with her infectious Grammy-winning "Poker Face," Lady Gaga (in a Tinkerbell-inspired costume) attacked the stage with a macabre crew of dancers. After being thrown into a fire pit stamped with the word "rejected," Gaga appeared at a conjoined double piano with Elton John. Covered in scorch marks, the original King of Theatrics and his rightful heiress duetted on a rousing rendition of John's "Your Song," and both changed lyrics -- with Sir Elton singing "how wonderful life is with Gaga in this world" and Gaga responding, "thank you, love you, Sir Elton John." Were these two made for each other, or what?

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