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Ridiculous Rumored Grammy Appearances Are Ridiculous (PHOTOS)

Alex Blagg | January 29, 2010 - 5:30 pm

This years Grammy Awards are promising so many epic moments. And with today’s announcement that “Pants On The Ground” singer General Larry Platt will be performing the ditty on the red carpet, we started thinking about the other crazy appearances that just might be lined up.
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Larry Platt to Sing ‘Pants on the Ground’ at the Grammys in Early Bid for Next Year’s Noms

Celebuzz | January 29, 2010 - 9:00 am

Rest assured, if any celebrities display excess droop in their drawers at the Grammys on Sunday, they will be hearing about it.
General Larry Platt, who gave us 2010’s first feel-good hit with his performance of “Pants on the Ground” on American Idol, will be belting out the tune once again during the music… More »


Jimmy Fallon, Randy Jackson, and The Roots Try Getting Our Pants On the Ground (PHOTOS)

Alex Blagg | January 20, 2010 - 11:21 am

You know what? General Larry Platt was really onto something when he wrote “Pants On The Ground.” And when performed by Jimmy Fallon, Randy Jackson and The Roots…it sounds absolutely incredible. Talk about a gift that keeps on giving….

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“Neil Young” Does “Pants On The Ground” (VIDEO)

Alex Blagg | January 14, 2010 - 5:55 pm

Are you ready, folks? The first of many celeb covers of the American Idol smash hit “Pants On The Ground” has just gone down! On tonight’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, none other than Neil Young took a stab at the ridiculous song, all while playing the guitar and harmonica.
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“Pants On The Ground” Is the First Hot Jam of 2010 (VIDEO)

Betsy Waldman | January 14, 2010 - 10:05 am

If you watched the final 10 minutes of last night’s American Idol, your life was probably forever changed by a 62 year-old man named General Larry Platt. The Atlanta native shocked the judges with his very own ditty called “Pants On The Ground.”
Simon’s reaction? “I have a horrible feeling that song could be… More »