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The comebacking diva already has nabbed three honors, for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance and Best R&B Song ("We Belong Together") as well as Best Contemporary R&B Album (The Emancipation of Mimi).

MARIAH, U2, CHEMICAL BROTHERS EARLY GRAMMY WINNERS

The Big Show Gets Underway with Pre-Show Awards
And away we go...

Mariah Carey is off to a great start at the 48th annual Grammy Awards pre-show. The comebacking diva already has nabbed three honors, for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance and Best R&B Song ("We Belong Together") as well as Best Contemporary R&B Album (The Emancipation of Mimi).

U2 has already grabbed a pair for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals ("Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own") and Best Rock Song ("City of Blinding Lights").

Techno pioneers the Chemical Brothers also have a pair for Best Dance Recording ("Galvanize") and Best Electronic/Dance Album (Push the Button).

Gorillaz w/De La Soul nabbed Best Pop Collaboration w/Vocals for "Feel Good Inc.," while Bruce Springsteen took home Best Rock Solo Vocal Performance for "Devils & Dust."

Slipknot earned a Best Metal Performance for "Before I Forget," while System of a Down took theirs for Best Hard Rock Performance ("B.Y.O.B.").

The White Stripes' Get Behind Me Satan earned Best Alternative Music Album, with Damian Marley taking home Best Urban/Alternative Performance for "Welcome to Jamrock."

Beyonce and Steve Wonder's "So Amazing" was named Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, while Aretha Franklin's "A House is Not a Home" was Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance.

John Legend's Get Lifted was named Best R&B Album.

Versa Manos' Gorgeous PR took home the honor of issuing the first press release for a Grammy winner when they announced their client Lisa Thomas won for Sacred Ground - a Tribute to Mother Earth in the Best Native American Music Album category.

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