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Robert Downey Jr. Introduces Jamie Foxx Performance

Robert Downey Jr. was introduced as "the most self-important actor of his generation," and deadpanned "Thank God I'm here.  To offer some dignity and classical flair to this evening's otherwise festivities and rather than assign any blame please allow me to direct your attention to the center stage where members of The Royal Gramophonic Society will attempt to elevate these proceeding with the glory that is opera.

Joined by another male and female Jamie Foxx  performed on the stage. Foxx in turn kicked off his frantic performance of "Blame It" (also featuring T-Pain, Slash and Doug E. Fresh) with a mock-operatic segment.

The cameras panned to several members of the star studded musical audience and showed them dancing to the music.  Some of the stars who appeared on camera rocking out to Jamie Foxx included Rihanna, Jay-Z, Fergie and some of The Black Eyed Peas.

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