Christina Aguilera wins Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance

Black Eyed Peas win with 'My Humps'

Christina Aguilera has won the Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for ‘Ain’t No Other Man’.

She beat off competition from:

Natasha Bedingfield- ‘Unwritten’

Sheryl Crow- ‘You Can Close Your Eyes’

Pink- ‘Stupid Girls’

KT Tunstall- ‘Black Horse And The Cherry Tree’.

Meanwhile in the Best Male Pop Vocal Performance John Mayer won for ‘Waiting On The World To Change’. He defeated:

James Blunt- ‘You’re Beautiful’

John Legend- ‘Save Room’

John Mayer- ‘Waiting On The World To Change’

Paul McCartney- ‘Jenny Wren’

Daniel Powter- ‘Bad Day’.

In the Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal category, Black Eyed Peas won with ‘My Humps’. They beat:

Death Cab For Cutie- ‘I Will Follow You Into The Dark’

The Fray- ‘Over My Head (Cable Car)’

Keane- ‘Is It Any Wonder’

The Pussycat Dolls- ‘Stickwitu’

Meanwhile, in the Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals category, Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder won with ‘For Once In My Life’. They beat off competition from:

Mary J. Blige and U2- ‘One’

Sheryl Crow and Sting- ‘Always On Your Side’

Nelly Furtado and Timbaland- ‘Promiscious’

Shakira and Wyclef Jean- ‘Hips Don�t Lie’.

In the Best Pop Vocal Album category John Mayer won with ‘Continuum’, beating off competition from:

Christina Aguilera- ‘Back To Basics’

James Blunt- ‘Back To Bedlam’

Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint-‘The River In Reverse’

Justin Timberlake- ‘FutureSex/ LoveSounds’.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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