January 25, 2013


Fuse's 2013 Grammy Poll: Record of the Year is Anyone's Game

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Fuse's 2013 Grammy Poll is your chance to vote for who should take home the most coveted statue in music. Instead of a jury full of faceless members of the academy, with the click of a mouse fans decide who should really win. 

While a lot of the categories already have clear front runners—Katy Perry's "Wide Awake" is ruling Best Pop Solo Performance while Coldplay's "Charlie Brown" is dominating Best Rock PerformanceRecord of the Year is looking like it could be anyone's game.

Everyone's favorite American Idol, Kelly Clarkson, is leading the pack with 28 percent for "Stronger," while Gotye's omnipresent "Somebody That I Used to Know" is currently coming in a close second with 22 percent, despite its widely overlooked grammar mistake. (It should be "Somebody WHO I Used to Know!") Taylor Swift's 20 percent for "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" looks as good on her as those hot pants she's been rocking lately, and fun. is standing strong with 17 percent for 2011's best drunken sing-along anthem, "We Are Young." That leaves the Black Keys with five percent for "Lonely Boy," but they're not the biggest fans of the Grammys anyway.

What do you guys think? Will K. Clark grab a home run in this category? Will the fun. fans bring their boys to the top? Will anyone ever tell Gotye about his grammar mistake? Go get to voting and make your voice heard!