See how you did predicting Grammy Awards

More than 600 Gold Derby readers predicted the winners of 29 races at the Grammys. In total, our Users entered more than 14,000 predictions. To see how you fared, log in to your account and under your profile picture click on Grammys 2011 in the Predictions sub-menu. Had you predicted all the Gold Derby odds-on favorites you would have scored 20/29. 


Two Users scored 23/29: Zach Graham and diego leal. With 22/29 were Tanner, Troy, Peter Citoh, Cheval Dixon, Steven Cuevas and Michael Nickerson. Check out the full leader board breakdown here and see the category breakdown here)

Among our Experts, Gold Derby executive editor Paul Sheehan scored 20/29, Edna Gunderson (USA Today) got 19/28, Chris Willman (The Wrap) was at 17/28 and Glenn Gamboa (Newsday) at 17/27.

Site founder Tom O’Neil scored 16/29, Leah Greenblatt (EW) was at 15/28, Phil Gallo (Billboard) at 11/16, Lyndsey Parker (Yahoo! Music) at 11/29 and Shirley Halperin (THR) at 10/13.  See their original predix here.

Our eight Editors all predicted 29 races: Daniel Montgomery scored 21, Rob Licuria was at 20, Chris Beachum and Darrin Dortch were at 19, Marcus Dixon and Matt Noble got 18, David Schnelwar scored 17 and Andrew Pickett was at 14. 

Most of you predicted that Adele would sweep the top awards. However, that Skrillex won both Dance prizes and that Foo Fighters took all the rock races were surprises for most as were wins in the country categories by Lady Antebellum (Album) and the Civil Wars (Duo/Group Performance). 

Overall, Gold Derby’s editors, as a group, beat the experts and our site users. Scores: Editors (63%), experts (56%) and site users (54%).

Below: See the Grammy predix of our experts — click on image:



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