Grammy Awards 2012: Complete Coverage

From top nominees to best moments, everything you need to know about music's big show

February 6, 2012 9:00 AM ET

Adele, Kanye West, Foo Fighters and Bruno Mars stand to win big at the 2012 Grammy Awards. This year's show airs on Sunday, February 12th at 8 p.m. Eastern on CBS. From predictions to favorite moments, we've got all of the Grammys coverage you'll need right here.

Adele, Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars Nominated for Top Grammy Awards
Kanye West leads in overall nominations
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Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj to Perform at Grammys
Other acts include Kelly Clarkson, Jason Aldean, Bruno Mars

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Grammys 2012: Who Will Win in Key Categories
Kanye West gets the most nods, but Adele is more likely to clean up

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Grammy 2012 Nominations Concert
Stars unveil nominees for the 54th Annual Grammy Awards

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Bruce Springsteen to Rock the Grammys
Joins roster of live performance for February 12th ceremony

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Adele to Return to Live Performance at Grammys
Expected to sing live for the first time since vocal surgery

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Why Bon Iver Isn't Playing the Grammys
Nominee wasn't interested in required collaboration

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Grammys 2011: Best Moments
Mick Jagger, Lady Gaga, Bob Dylan, Katy Perry, Muse and more

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Grammy's Wildest Fashions
From Lady Gaga to Destiny's Child, plus Jack White, Lil' Kim, more

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10 Classic Grammy Awards Performances
From Dylan's "Soy Bomb" snafu to Jay-Z jamming with McCartney

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