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Monday, 14 February 2011

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Crowd of Bieber fans disappointed that Justin didn't win.

In a text to many of his fans around the world, teen singing sensation Justin Bieber told his fans why he did not win any Grammys Sunday night.

According to one fan, Sandy Washer of Detroit, Michigan, Justin stated that there was a lot of betting on who would win the Grammys and that he was the heavy favorite for the Best New Vocalist category and that may have cost him the trophy.

"Although he didn't come out and say that exactly, we all knew what he meant. Somebody was making a lot of money on Justin not winning."

Would she read the message to us?

"Well, it's kind of 'between the lines' but it just wasn't Justin's fault. He was robbed, if you ask me! Well, maybe not him, but those betting on him sure got cleaned out, I bet."

The actual words though?

"I'll read them to you", stated another Justin fan who also thought 'the whole thing was rigged'.

"Dear Fans, So I didn't win the big one tonight. I will work even harder next year so that I'll have a better chance."

Our reporter asked where 'between the lines' did the betting and being rigged come in but some police officers came forward to ask both young ladies if they knew anyone who had dropped the dozen piss-filled balloons on the heads of several members of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences after the show.

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