Grammy Awards 2013: Must-See Moments

PHOTO: Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez speaks onstage, Kelly Clarkson accepts Best Pop Vocal Album award and Justin Timberlake performs at the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 10, 2013, in Los Angeles.
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The Grammy Awards was supposed to be all about the music this year, and to a certain extent that was true. Tributes were paid to the likes of Bob Marley and Patti Page. Taylor Swift worked the stage in an Alice in Wonderland-inspired set. Jay-Z added the flavor of rap to a Justin Timberlake number. Still, some of the moments that left people talking didn't involve one musical note. Take a look...

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VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez jokes about wardrobe memo while presenting at awards show.
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The Lopez Leg

Jennifer Lopez's right leg took center stage as she presented with rapper Pitbull.

VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez gives the boot to a man who took the microphone during the awards show.
Adele, Interrupted

Jennifer Lopez gives the boot to a man who took the microphone during the awards show.

VIDEO: Kelly Clarkson's embrace with Miranda Lambert led to a lock of outfits at the Grammy Awards.
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Kelly Clarkson Gets Stuck

The singer's embrace with Miranda Lambert led to a lock of clothing at the awards show.

VIDEO: Chris Brown remains seated as Frank Ocean wins Grammy.
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Chris Brown's Seat Situation

Chris Brown didn't leave his seat after rival Frank Ocean won for Best Urban Contemporary Album.

VIDEO: Jsutin Timberlake performs at Grammy Awards 2013.
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Timberlake's Grammy Return

Justin Timberlake's last Grammy Awards performance was in 2009 with Al Green.

VIDEO: Fun wins Grammy Awards.
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Fun. Brings the Fun

The band injected humor into acceptance speeches for their multiple Grammy wins.

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