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(NECN/AP) - Here are the morning's top entertainment headlines:
- Musical acts honored at Grammy Awards
Members of the band called fun. weren't sure they won the song of the year Grammy last night for "We Are Young." Guitarist Jack Antonoff says they heard "we are" and still figured it was Taylor Swift for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." Fun. also won best new artist.
Mumford and Sons didn't think they'd win the Album of the Year Grammy. Marcus Mumford says The Black Keys had been winning all day so he figured it was going to continue. Mumford and Sons' "Babel" beat out The Black Keys' "El Camino."
The Black Keys won Grammys for rock performance, rock song and rock album, and singer Dan Auerbach won producer of the year.
- Gisele shows off new baby
Tom Brady's supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, posted a photo of the couple's second baby, Vivian Lake, on Facebook.
Gisele gave birth to Vivian in December at the couple's Boston home.
This is the couple's second child, and Tom's third child.
- 'Identity Thief' swipes no. 1 spot with $36.6M
"Identity Thief" has turned out to be the real thing at the box office.
The comedy starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy debuted at No. 1 with a $36.6 million opening weekend.
"Identity Thief" opened solidly despite the winter storm that buried much of the Northeast. Distributor Universal Pictures estimates the storm might have choked off as much as 10 percent of the movie's business.
According to studio estimates Sunday, the previous weekend's top movie, the zombie romance "Warm Bodies," fell to No. 2 with $11.5 million. That raises its domestic total to $36.7 million.
The weekend's other new wide release, Steven Soderbergh's thriller "Side Effects," had a modest opening of $10 million, coming in at No. 3.
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