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Justin Bieber 'Disappointed' and 'Upset' Over Grammy Loss

February 15, 2011 (2:35 am) GMT
'But, you know, I'm gonna come back (next year) and we'll take a few home,' the young singer vows.

Teen sensation is "disappointed" and "upset" after missing out on a Grammy Award on Sunday night, February 13 - but he's adamant he'll scoop a top honor soon. The "Baby" hitmaker was nominated for the Best New Artist prize and Best Pop Vocal Album for "", but failed to win either honor, losing out to and respectively.

Bieber admits he's devastated by the snub - but he's vowed to take home a haul of trophies at next year's ceremony instead. He tells MTV News, "I had no clue what was going to happen; I worked really hard these past few years and you know, I'm not going to lie - I was disappointed. But, you know, I'm gonna come back (next year) and we'll take a few home. I'm inspired to work harder than I did last year. It's going to be hard, but I'm going to try."

And in a post on his Twitter.com blog, he writes, "Of course I wanted to win. It's been & still is a dream to win a Grammy. Was I upset... yes. But I was happy for her (Spalding) also... Someone said to me tonight it's not your successes that define u but your failures. I lost... but I don't plan on this being my last chance."

Bieber's mentor also admits he had hoped the prizegiving would honor the teen star: "I wish Justin had won."

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