Kings Of Leon win Grammy for Record Of The Year

The Followills admit they're a 'little drunk'

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Kings Of Leon won the Grammy for Record Of The Year for 'Use Somebody' at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles tonight (January 31).

The Followills beat off competition from:

Beyoncé - 'Halo'
The Black Eyed Peas - 'I Gotta Feeling'
Lady Gaga - 'Poker Face'
Taylor Swift - 'You Belong With Me'


When accepting the award, frontman Caleb Followill said, "I'm not going to lie, we're all a little drunk. But we're happy drunks."

Kings Of Leon also took home a Grammy for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals.

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