Other artists winning multiple awards included Dr. Dre, who won for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, and Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group (a prize he shared with Eminem for the track "Forgot About Dre"); Destiny's Child won two awards for "Say My Name" (Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group); D'Angelo won prizes for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance ("Untitled") and Best R&B Album (Voodoo); and the Foo Fighters picked up trophies, before the ceremony, for Best Rock Album (There Is Nothing Left to Lose) and Best Music Video, Short Form ("Learning to Fly").
Best Performances: Eminem and Elton John; Moby, Jill Scott, and the Blue Man Group
Best Quip: Dolly Parton, speaking about Best New Artist nominee Brad Paisley, commenting, "I'm old enough to be his … lover"
Best Jon Stewart Quip: "Was she looking at you or was she looking at me?" — to Tim McGraw after Faith Hill performed "Breathe"
The Jennifer Lopez Award: Toni Braxton
The "What's Underneath That Thing?" Award: Erykah Badu, who, sans her usual headdress, revealed a cleanly shaved head
Most Pompous Moment (Tie): Michael Greene explaining the popularity of hip-hop; U2's acceptance speech for Record of the Year: "Right now, it's our night"
Best Flashback: Madonna's "Material Girl" tank top
Oddest Get-up: Christina Aguilera's snowflake-inspired coat
Most Boring Acceptance Speech: Any of Steely Dan's
Best Plug: Eminem, after accepting the Best Rap Album Award, introducing his group D12 (who accompanied him onstage) and mentioning that the band's album is coming out next month
Biggest Surprise: Stevie Wonder presenting the award for Record of the Year
Cuba Gooding Jr. Acceptance Speech Award: Faith Hill
Utterer of the Most Bad Words: Eminem, after nobly editing himself early on (saying "f it"), slipping a few bad words past the censors during his performance of "Stan."
Best Brush Off: Joni Mitchell, presenting Record of the Year, introducing 'N Sync's song as "Bye, Bye"
Worst TelePrompTer Reader: Richie Sambora
Most Glaring Absence: Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys
Poorest Song Choice for a Performance: 'N Sync's slow and cloying number "This I Promise You"
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