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: Beyonce Salutes Alanis

If Beyoncé had decided to stick to Beyoncé music, it's safe to say this veteran performer would've been incredible. But midway through her single "If I Were a Boy," the powerhouse vocalist -- whose "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" took a Grammy for song of the year -- surprised the crowd by segueing into a take-no-prisoners cover of Alanis Morisette's Grammy-winning anthem "You Oughta Know." As her nod to the '90s wrapped up, cameras cut to husband Jay-Z, who couldn't have looked more proud.

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