You can now lie down and exhale on a soft and steady surface. The Grammy nominations you so anxiously awaited have finally been announced. Now it's time to obsess over who got what they deserved, and who has the right to stew bitterly in a rocking chair, muttering "Jay Z" under their breath from this day forward. So without further ado, here they are...those who Scored, and those who were Snubbed and will now have to go work at a bank like everyone else.
BEST ORIGINAL SONG
SCORE: Katy Perry,"Roar" This woman is a hero. Did you see the video?? She's an example to accident survivors everywhere. You can't just go on singing about the little things, like how you smell like a minibar. That was yesterday. You need to start over...even if with just a simple chin-down selfie.
SNUB: Patricia Krentcil, "It's Tan Mom." The talent is clearly there. We just need to wait for America to catch up. "It's Tan Mom" is the declaration of a new era. It's Patricia claiming her place in the industry. It's her "It's Britney, Bitch." Patricia may very well be the voice of our generation. She's the next Susan Boyle, if Susan Boyle were an autotuned frog in a turkey bag.