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Updated Feb 11, 2013 - 6:30 pm

Bieber tried to sabotage the Grammys on Sunday night

In this June 11, 2012 file photo, pop star Justin Bieber poses for photos prior to a press conference at a hotel in Mexico City. A Los Angeles judge opted on Monday Feb. 4, 2013, not to reconsider his ruling dismissing two anti-paparazzi charges against a photographer accused of recklessly driving to pursue a shot of Bieber. The decision means the dismissal will now be subject to a full appeal before a panel of appellate judges who recently indicated they think the law is constitutional. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini, File)

Justin Bieber didn't receive any Grammy nominations this year, and it didn't sit well with him. He tried to sabotage the Grammys on Sunday night by hosting a live chat session with his fans at the same time. Beliebers didn't disappoint. In fact so many fans signed on to the U-stream session set up by the Biebs that it crashed the site. So the session never actually occurred.


Chris Brown totaled his car over the weekend but it didn't stop him from celebrating at the Grammys.

On Saturday, according to Brown, he was being chased by the paparazzi when he ran his black Porshe into a wall. Obviously he was well enough to attend the Grammys on Sunday, where he dissed Frank Ocean, by refusing to participate in the standing ovation when Ocean won the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album.


So who else won big at the Grammys?

Mumford and Sons took home the Album of the Year award. Record of the Year went to Gotye and Kimbra for Somebody That I Used to know. The New Artist trophy went to fun., who also scored a Grammy for Song of the Year.

Click here to see all the winners.

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