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article imageLorde wins two Grammy awards, including 'Song of the Year'

By Markos Papadatos     Jan 27, 2014 in Entertainment
Los Angeles - On January 26, New Zealand singing sensation Lorde reigned supreme at the 2014 Grammy award ceremony in Los Angeles, California.
She performed a noteworthy rendition of her smash hit "Royals," which stayed at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts for nine weeks.
Her first Grammy win was in the category for "Best Pop Solo Performance" for "Royals." Lorde was up against Sara Bareilles' "Brave," Bruno Mars' "When I Was Your Man," Katy Perry's "Roar" and Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors."
In her acceptance speech for "Best Pop Solo Performance," she remarked, "Well, hello. This is one thing that I did not expect the most about tonight. Thank you so much."
She went to acknowledge her nominees Bruno, Sara, Katy and Justin. "I have been so inspired by all of your vocal work at some point in my life, so thank you. Thank you so much," Lorde added.
Music living legend Carole King and pop songstress Sara Bareilles presented the award for "Song of the Year," which went to Lorde yet again, as well as her co-write Joel Little, since this is a songwriter's award. She bested out such hit songs as "Just Give Me a Reason," "Locked Out of Heaven," "Roar" and "Same Love."
For more information on Lorde, visit her official website.
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