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Miranda Lambert And Keith Urban Present Awards At Grammy Awards Including Best New Artist Zac Brown Band

Following the spectacular performance of Pink at the 2010 Grammy Awards was the duo of Grammy nominated Miranda Lambert in a one shoulder turquoise gown along with Keith Urban who apparently had already won a Grammy award earlier.  Keith looked absolutely adorable as always.

Making a reference to Pink's performance Keith said "that was amazing, god!"

Miranda, who was wearing her blonde hair up in a soft barrel curled updo with a side swept fringe said "Keith and I want you to know that Loretta Lynn for 'Coal Miner's Daughter' won a lifetime achievement award. Keith said "love you Loretta."

Keith said "we also love Walter C. Miller who made everybody's music look their absolute best for 29 years as the director of The Grammy Awards.  Walter's one of the most respected directors and producers in the history of live television.  And he's a pretty good fiddle player too.  Walter C. Miller is a true friend to country music and proud to say he is a friend of mine too and he's earned The Recording Academy's Trustees Award."

The audience applauded and the camera's move to Walter C. Miller who gave a thumbs up to everyone.

Miranda said "and now on to the Grammy for Best New Artist.  The nominees included Zac Brown Band, Keri Hilson, MGMT, Silversun Pickups, The Ting Tings.

Keith said "and the Grammy goes to the Zac Brown Band who then came up to accept their award.

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