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Posted at 10:22 AM ET, 02/15/2011

Grammys score best ratings since 2000; "Never Say Never 2.0" slated for March; Glenn Beck turns on Muse?

By David Malitz

grammysSunday's Grammys were the highest rated since 2000.

- Roughly 26.66 million people tuned into Sunday night's Grammys, making it the most-watched telecast since 2000.

- Rabid Justin Bieber fans can stop defacing Esperanza Spalding's Wikipedia page and think about happier times to come. Specifically March 4, when an expanded version of his concert film/documentary "Never Say Never" will hit theaters. "Never Say Never 2.0" will feature "20 new pieces of music," according to Billboard.

- Glenn Beck used to love Muse. After Sunday night's performance at the Grammys he may be changing his tune. We can't really tell.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Tuesday morning:

- LCD Soundsystem, "I Can Change" (live on "The Colbert Report" last night)

By David Malitz  | February 15, 2011; 10:22 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Grammys, Justin Bieber, Muse  
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