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  • Richard Aniston
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    vinny
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    I gotta go with U2 winning for Beautiful Day. That speech was pretty well done.

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    James Otto Sweet Heart
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    My most favorite speech was at the 2009 CMA awards show when my most favorite singer James Otto was given the Song of the Year award for “In Color” along with Jamey Johnson and Lee Thomas Miller. To me what made it so precious was when James admitted to forgetting to thank his wife when getting Song of the Year earlier that year at the ACM awards for “In Color”.  (shaking my head with a smile)

    God bless you and James and his wife and Lee and Jamey always!!!

    Holly

    P.S. Go here to see the winning moment! Its only like a minute and a half long. (smiles)

    Go here to check out my most favorite singer James Otto!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiU81KIRZ_Q

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    Music Forever
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    Kelly Clarkson when she won her first two Grammys in 2006 ! And Xtina when she won her first Grammy !

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    Final2
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    Taylor winning Entertainer of the Year at the CMAs in 2009 and Adele’s AotY win in 2012.

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    Gucci
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    GRAMMY AWARDS:
    2000: Christina Aguilera winning Best New Artist
    2002: Christina Aguilera (Lil’ Kim, Mya & Pink) winning Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals for “Lady Marmalade”
    2004: Christina Aguilera winning Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “Beautiful”

     

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    circa 1993
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    Amy Winehouse winning ROTY

     

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    Malick
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    Whitney Houston winning Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female in 1986. Yes, the speech is only a minute long but her gratitude and happiness seem so sincere. 

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    Atypical
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    The only music awards I watch are the Grammys, and since they show so few damn actual awards, these have the least significant impact on me. And when we actually get the speeches, they’re usually only a minute or so long due to producers’ demands (got to get in those 20 performances per telecast, sigh). I remember one speech that moved me, which was Jennifer Hudson’s Grammy win for R&B Album. Whitney Houston presented it to her, and it was right after her shocking family tragedies. It was the epitome of grace under pressure, though I’m sure the producers wanted tears and histrionics and would have let that speech go on for five minutes or more. She was having none of that, and I respected her all the more for it.

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    I enjoyed Kelly Clarkson’s Grammy acceptance speech in 2013. Her nervousness and graciousness is so charming, despite being a relative veteran.

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