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Video: Lady GaGa Opens Grammy Nominations Concert 2011

December 1, 2011 (4:09 am) GMT
The Mother Monster gets her face painted as a sinister skeleton when kicking off the nominations concert of the 54th annual Grammy Awards.
Video: Lady GaGa Opens Grammy Nominations Concert 2011

The nomination concert for the upcoming 54th annual Grammy Awards kicks off with a live performance from . The Mother Monster channels her inner demon by wearing skeleton face-paint, black bra and panties when delivering "Marry the Night".

Next, shows up on the stage of the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to announce musicians who's competing for Record of the Year. The likes of , , , and are filling this category.

After take the stage to cater the crowd, Song of the Year nominees are revealed by actress . Adele, Iver, Mars and Mumford are once again pitted against each other in the category which lists as another contender.

treats audience with country/Hip-Hop collaboration by joining forces with in "Dirt Road Anthem". Afterwards, Mars appears on stage to mention Iver, the Band Perry, Minaj, and Skillex as nominees for Best New Artist.

After star-studded tribute segments to Grandmaster Flash, Nick Ashford and Jerry Lieber, Perry appears before the crowd to read Album of the Year contenders. They are Adele's "", ' "", GaGa's "", Mars' "", and 's "".

Lady GaGa:



The Band Perry:



Jason Aldean:








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