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Michael Jackson: Grammy Awards (Premios y Nominaciones)


Trayectoria de Michael en los Grammy Awards (Nominaciones y Premios)
Grammy Awards2011
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for “This Is It”

2002
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “You Rock My World”

1997
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for “Earth Song”

1996
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for “Scream”
shared with Janet Jackson

1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for “Scream”
shared with Janet Jackson
1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “You Are Not Alone”

1996
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for “HIStory Past Present & Future”

1993
Won Living Legend Award

1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song for “Jam”
shared with Rene Moore; Bruce Swedien; Teddy Riley
1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance – Male for “Black Or White”

1993
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “Black Or White”

1990
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Short Form for “Leave Me Alone”

1990
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Music Video, Long Form for “Moonwalker”

1989
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for “Man In The Mirror”

1988
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for “Bad”

1988
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “Bad”

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for “We Are The World”
shared with Lionel Richie

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year for “We Are The World”

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Best Music Video Short Form

1986
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group” for “We Are The World”
shared with USA For Africa

1985
Won Grammy Award
category Best Video, Long Form for “Making Michael Jackson’s Thriller”

1985
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for “Tell Me I’m Not Dreaming”
shared with Jermaine Jackson

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Producer of the Year
shared with Quincy Jones

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Recording For Children for “E.T. The Extraterrestrial” Storybook Album

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Rock Vocal Performance – Male (from Album “Thriller “) for “Beat It”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Song (from Album “Thriller “) for “Billie Jean”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Album of the Year for “Thriller”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Record of the Year (from Album “Thriller”) for “Beat It”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance – Male for “Thriller”

1984
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Vocal Performance – Male (from Album “Thriller “) for “Billie Jean”

1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for “The Girl Is Mine”
shared with Paul McCartney
1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for “Billie Jean”

1984
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Song of the Year for “Beat It”

1980
Won Grammy Award
category Best R&B Performance for “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough”

1980
Got nomination for Grammy Award
category Best Disco Recording for “Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough”

1971
Won Grammy Award
category Best Pop Song for “ABC”

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Janet Jackson: Entrevista en Gotham


GOTHAM: What have you taken away from Michael’s death?
JANET JACKSON: When you hear people say life goes on, it’s really the truth. You can’t stop living. It becomes a part of you. I feel a bit selfish because there are times I feel I shouldn’t be doing this, but I enjoy my work and I have to keep doing it. I have to keep my life going. There are days that are harder than others.

  • G: You were filming Why Did I Get Married Too? during your brothers tragedy….
    JJ: There was a lot of drama going into it on my end. I actually went from Michael’s service – that first service we had – and left that night to go back to work. It was tough, but at the same time it was kind of therapeutic, too. It was a good way for me to move foreward and stay busy. And I love acting – it was my first love. I had my first job at seven. I got a recording contract when I was 14, so I thought I was going to be an actress. I’m really blessed.

 

  • G: What can we expect from your new album?
    JJ: It’s going to be a little different. The writing is about life experiences. There’s a part of me that’s craving escapism, which is a sense of wanting to keep on moving with my work but also of coming to terms with reality. So I think it will be upbeat and light.

 

  • G: What other songs move you at the moment?
    JJ: You know what makes me feel good right now when I hear it on the radio? “Empire State Of Mind” [By Jay-Z]. When I hear the chorus… it makes me smile. And I love the way Alicia [Keys] sings it. I was crazy about “Native New Yorker” [by Odyssey] when I was a kid. I was visiting my brother when he was doing The Wiz and living here with my sister [LaToya]. I was on hiatus from the television show Good Times. My mother asked me what I wanted to do with my time off, and I said I wanted to go to New York and visit Mike because I missed him so much. We would go to Studio 54 when I was just this 10-year-old kid and I would hear “Native New Yorker” and it made me feel so good and it never leaves your mind – that energy, that excitement, those endorphins being released within you.

 

  • G: What do you love about New York City?
    JJ: Everything. I love the energy-the creative energy. I’ve been here for 12 years and I will be here for the rest of my life.

 

  • G: Talk a bit about your new book.
    JJ: I hope it’s inspiring for all ages. I’m talking about weight loss, confidence, self-esteem-especially in your youth. It’s not an autobiography, but there are little anecdotes that I give here and there from my childhood all the way to the present that I thought would be interesting and helpful to share.

 

  • G: Is there something you haven’t done that you’d like to accomplish?
    JJ: At some point I would like to do theater – it’s something I’ve always wanted to do. I’ll do more films. Produce. And I would like to have children.

 

  • G: How do you stay so grounded?
    JJ: I think it was the way I was brought up. I was very fortunate to see all of this before it ever happened to me through my brother, so I knew what to expect. I watched the way my brother handled it. It’s also important who you surround yourself with. True friends aren’t afraid to put you in check.

 

  • G: What do you like to do in your spare time?
    JJ: If I want to take a break from work, I love going to the islands. I love the ocean. I also love being with my family. I love going to the movies. I love reading – right now it’s “The Help” [by Kathryn Stockett].

 

  • G: New Year’s resolutions – do you have any?
    JJ: I want to learn a language. I haven’t decided which, but it’s between French, Spanish and Italian. I also want to get closer to God.

 

  • G: How do you do that?
    JJ: It’s in your own way. We grew up Jehovah’s Whitnesses. I do believe in God. I consider myself a Christian but I don’t belong to a specific religion. If something really resonates with me then I will try to apply that to my life.

Janet Jackson: 18 de marzo 2010 – Entrevista


Image: Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson is scheduled to appear on “The Tonight Show” on March 18.

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Stefania D’alessandro / Getty Images

La cantante Janet Jackson será entrevistada en el programa de Jay Leno “Tonight Show” pero no actuará.

El invitado “musical” esa noche será el artista australiano Orianthi que era el guitarista principal de Michael Jackson durante los ensayos de su gira “This Is It”, una gira que lamentable nunca pudo iniciarse en el escenario de Londres.

Esta entrevista será la segunda que concede Janet Jackson desde que falleció su hermano trás sentarse con Robin Roberts de la cadena ABC en noviembre del año pasado.

Fuente: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/35716950/