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Grammy-nominated singer Pink arrives at the 45th Annual Grammy Awards in New York, Feb. 23, 2003.
Rapper Eve twirls on the red carpet.
Sporting a top hat and tails, Canadian rocker Avril Lavigne shows off a message reading "rock on" written in tape on the inside of her jacket.
Punk rock icon Deborah Harry strikes a pose.
Cuban salsa star Celia Cruz arrives at the awards. Cruz later gave thanks in broken English and effusive Spanish after winning the Grammy for Best Salsa Album.
Australian singer Kylie Minogue gestures to the crowd to "shhh."
Kelly Osbourne arrives for the EMI post-Grammy Party in New York.
Singer Alicia Keys, who in 2002 won five Grammys including Best New Artist, at a post-show gala put on by the music company BMG in New York.
Singer Diana Ross arrives at a post-Grammy party hosted by Sony Music at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York.
Sporting his trademark star-shaped sunglasses and ever-wild fashion sense, funkmeister Bootsy Collins arrives at the Grammy Awards.
Actor Christian Slater, left, and Fred Durst, lead singer of Limp Bizkit, point to photographers.
Rapper Ja Rule makes his arrival.
Members of the Mexican rock group Kinky wave to the crowd.
Joe Nichols arrives at the Grammys, where he was nominated in the Best Country Album category.
Singer Robbie Williams at the EMI post-Grammy party in New York.
Singer John Mayer arrives at Sony's post-Grammy party. Mayer won a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.