Justin Bieber "Disappointed" He Never Won A Grammy
As Beliebers attack Best New Artist winner Esperanza Spalding online...
Speaking of his performance, the Pray singer claimed: "I got a standing O, which was amazing. Usher and Jayden did incredible, and I'm really excited. Tonight was an amazing night."
Going back to his lack of Grammys, Justin added: "I'm inspired to work harder than I did last year. It's going to be hard, but I'm going to try. Bieber fans, don't get too upset. Be happy."
However, Justin's eager fan-base were less than impressed that their idol wasn't recognised for his achievements at the Grammys, and have since launched a bitter Twitter tirade against Best New Artist winner Esperanza Spalding.
One Belieber tweeted: "@EspeSpalding FU** YOOOU B**** .I. ALL THE BELIBERS HATE YOU!!! NOBODY KNOWS YOUUU!!!! WHO THE HELL ARE YOOOOUU?? FU** YOU .I. HATE YOU."
Another wrote: "FOUND HER, THIS IS THE PSYCHO B***H THAT BEAT THE BIEBER, LET’S KILL HER. #12yearoldfangirlmoment @EspeSpalding"
As well as: "Hey, @EspeSpalding how does it feel to know that approx.. 7 Million people on planet earth wanna shoot/stab/strangle/drown you?"
Spalding's Wikipedia page was also defaced by JB's fans, with one posting: "JUSTIN BIEBER DESERVED IT GO DIE IN A HOLE. WHO THE HECK ARE YOU ANYWAY?"
Full List of 2011 Grammy Award Winners Here:
Album of the Year - Arcade Fire, 'The Suburbs'
Record of the Year - Lady Antebellum, 'Need You Now'
Song of the Year - Lady Antebellum, 'Need You Now'
New Artist - Esperanza Spalding
Female Pop Vocal Performance – Lady Gaga, 'Bad Romance'
Male Pop Vocal Performance – Bruno Mars, 'Just The Way You Are'
Pop Vocal Album - Lady Gaga, 'The Fame Monster'
Alternative Album – The Black Keys, 'Brothers'
Traditional Pop Vocal Album – Michael Buble, 'Crazy Love'
Rock Song – Neil Young, 'Angry World'
Rock Album – Muse, 'The Resistance'
Rock Performance – The Black Keys, 'Tighten Up'
Solo Rock Vocal Performance – Paul McCartney - 'Helter Skelter'
Hard Rock Performance – Them Crooked Vultures - 'New Fang'
Metal Performance – Iron Maiden, 'El Dorado'
R&B Album – John Legend & The Roots, 'Wake up!'
Contemporary R&B Album - Usher 'Raymond V Raymond'
R&B Song - John Legend & The Roots, 'Shine'
R&B Performance - Sade, 'Soldier Of Love'
Traditional R&B Vocal Performance - John Legend & The Root, 'Hang On In There'
Urban/Alternative Performance - Cee Lo Green, '(Forget) You'
Rap Album – Eminem, 'Recovery'
Rap Solo Performance – Eminem, 'Not Afraid'
Rap Performance By A Duo or Group - Jay-Z and Swizz Beatz, 'On To The Next One'
Rap Song – Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, 'Empire State of Mind'
Rap/Sung Collaboration - Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, 'Empire State Of Mind'
Dance Recording – Rihanna, 'Only Girl (In The World)'
Electronic Dance Album – La Roux, 'La Roux'
Musical Show Album – Green Day, 'American Idiot'
Country Album - Lady Antebellum, 'Need You Now'
Country Performance by a Duo or Group - Lady Antebellum, 'Need You Now'
Country Song – Lady Antebellum, 'Need You Now'