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Monday, 14 February 2011

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Lady Gaga dressed as Bjork at the Grammy's singing her latest song "I've Got The TSA Pat Down Blues."

LOS ANGELES - The 53rd Annual Grammys were held at the Staples Center, home of the Los Angeles Lakers.

And although Kobe Bryant and the boys were not there slam-dunkin' and fast-breakin' there was some physical action going on.

And it was provided by Christina "Oh Say Can You See" Aguilera who one week ago Sunday messed up the words to the National Anthem before a Super Bowl world wide viewing audience of 1 billion.

Christina was on stage performing a tribute to the great Aretha "The Big Mama Queen of Soul" Franklin with Jennifer Hudson, Martina McBride, Yolanda Adams, and Florence Welch.

The female quintet finished singing the song "Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves." Christina had just done a solo at the end and she was probably a little dizzy because she is one singer who can take a simple note and turn it into a 27 note musical dissertation.

As the song ended and the crowd stood up to applaud, suddenly Aguilera lost her balance and started to fall. Luckily for her Jennifer Hudson saw her and was able to quickly grab Christina's left tit and prevented the 'bad-lucked' songstress from ending up in the front row.

Aguilera's friend Lady Gaga remarked back stage that she herself has taken some pretty rough falls during her career and that Chrissy really needs to take a vacation as soon as possible.

Gaga said that she plans on talking to her about the two of them flying down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and just relaxing on the beach, drinking Papaya Margaritas, rubbing suntan lotion on each other's fabulous-looking bodies, and maybe even pretending that they're Mr. and Mrs. Ellen DeGeneres just to give the local media something to write about.

Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga, and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi have been mentioned as possible cast members for a brand new CBS sit-com titled, 'Two and A Half Women.'

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