Mark Ronson: Grammys Just Like Yom Kippur

Mark Ronson says his experience at the Grammys on Sunday night was a hungry one.

“It was a bit of a long day,” the award winning producer told PEOPLE at London’s H&M store opening Wednesday. “All my awards were in the beginning of the day before you see the glamorous thing on TV so I was sitting with no food and water next to my mum for nine hours. It was just like Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday where you have to fast.”

Carrie Underwood Gets Her Own 'Before He Cheats' Baseball Bat

Watch out, future jerk ex-boyfriends: Carrie Underwood is now armed. The “Before He Cheats” Grammy winner has been given her very own personalized version of the Louisville Slugger baseball bat featured in her hit song. (In the tune, Underwood, 24, croons that she “took a Louisville slugger to both headlights” of her unnamed cheating man’s “4-wheel drive.”) Congratulations, Carrie … and please, be safe with that thing.

Aretha at Grammys: Not Feeling the R-E-S-P-E-C-T

When Beyoncé and Tina Turner hit the Grammy stage for their high-octane duet on Sunday, most observers were left in awe. But the woman known as the “Queen of Soul” was left in a state of dismay over Beyoncé’s introducing Turner as “the Queen.”

Natalie Cole: Amy's Wins Send a 'Bad Message'

Dr. Phil, move over. There’s a new advocate for tough love on the circuit: Natalie Cole.

The multiple Grammy winner – her first win, in 1975, was for best new artist of the year – told PEOPLE at Sunday’s Warner Music Group post-Grammy party that she took a dim view of Amy Winehouse’s awards sweep at the Grammy ceremony earlier in the evening.

Obama Beats Clinton – at the Grammys

Barack Obama got the better of Clinton – Bill Clinton, that is – in a different kind of run-off this weekend.

The Democratic presidential hopeful won the Grammy for best spoken word album on Sunday for the audio edition of his book, The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream. The Illinois Senator beat out two former presidents, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, to claim the trophy. (Maya Angelou and Alan Alda also vied for the prize.)

Amy Winehouse: 'I'm So Proud and Happy'

Amy Winehouse couldn’t make it to Sunday’s Grammy Awards in Los Angeles – but that didn’t stop her from stealing the show.

The troubled 24-year-old singer won five awards – including record of the year, song of the year and best new artist – and rocked the crowd with a live-via-satellite rendition of “You Know I’m No Good” and “Rehab.”

Click here for a list of the night’s big winners.

New Music Rivalry: Kanye West and ... Vince Gill?!

The collective “Oh, snap!” you heard Sunday night at the Grammy Awards was Kanye West getting ribbed by none other than … country nice guy Vince Gill???

Onstage to accept an award from Beatle Ringo Starr, Gill, who was an album of the year nominee along with West, joked, “I just got an award given to me by a Beatle. Have you had that happen yet, Kanye?”

Gill told reporters backstage that it was all in good fun – and that he doesn’t think he’s started a new rivalry.

Amy Winehouse: Near Clean Sweep at Grammys

Beyoncé and Tina Turner: Nice & Rough!

Ladies and gentlemen, we present you with a 68-year-old music legend, showing Beyoncé a few new ways to rock. Tina Turner brought the Grammy Awards crowd to its feet Sunday night, performing “What’s Love Got to Do With It” before welcoming Beyoncé for a smoking hot duet of “Proud Mary.”

(Side note: One hour after the Grammys, Turner was expected to be on a plane to Russia, where she’s due to perform for President Vladimir Putin.) Keep checking back to PEOPLE.com for all the latest updates!

Amy Winehouse Wins Best New Artist, Kanye West Pays Tribute to Mom

Amy Winehouse added to her growing trophy collection, winning best new artist and song of the year honors at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards – while performers from Carrie Underwood to Kanye West rocked the Staples Center.

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