Best New Upset: Best New Artist Grammy Winners Who Beat Out Bigger Acts

The Best New Artist Grammy is perennial fodder for think pieces, mostly because for every time the award has gone to a new artist who then gains fame and fortune, there’s another that’s gone to people who – perhaps sadly, perhaps deservedly – had somewhat truncated careers.

Hindsight is, after all, 20/20. Check out a handful of those Best New Artist head-scratchers below.

The Winner: Robert Goulet (1963)

Fiona Apple Cancels Tour to Take Care of Her Dying Dog

Fiona Apple’s fans will have to wait, because she has matters of life and death to attend to at home.

The singer has canceled the South American leg of her current tour to care for her dying dog, an almost 14-year-old pit bull named Janet.

The announcement came in the form of a handwritten letter that had been scanned and posted to Apple’s Facebook page and official website.

Fiona Apple Arrested for Hash Possession

Singer Fiona Apple was arrested in the Texas border town of Sierra Blanca on Wednesday night.

According to a press release issued by the Hudspeth County Shefiff’s Office, the 35-year-old singer was found with .01 lbs. of marijuana and .010 lbs. of hashish after officers pulled over her tour bus and asked passengers to disembark when their dog “detected the presence of concealed humans and/or controlled substances emitting from the inside of the vehicle.”

Listen Now: PEOPLE's Music Editor's Top Picks of the Week

Something old (like Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature”) and something new Taylor Swift’s “Safe & Sound”) are all sharing space on PEOPLE Music Editor Chuck Arnold’s playlist. Check out what he has to say about the songs – and click the playlist to hear them on Spotify!

“Get Right” by Jennifer Lopez
I’m not loving the new J.Lo single “Dance Again,” but this James Brown-sampling Jam from ‘05 – the funkiest thing she’s ever done – is still righteous.

Apple Goes Sour

Rock fans were treated to a diva-licious Fiona Apple performance yesterday, as the 22-year-old rocker stormed off a New York stage after blurting out obscenities at her ticked-off audience. The waifish singer appeared before 3,200 people – including Gwyneth Paltrow and Apple’s boyfriend, “Magnolia” writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson – who had paid $27.50 each to see her performance. But 45 minutes into her concert, Apple collapsed onstage, buried her face in her hands and began to sob.