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Foster the People - Grammys 2012 Red Carpet

Foster the People - Grammys 2012 Red Carpet

Mark Foster, Mark Pontius, and Cubbie Fink of Foster the People hit the red carpet at the 2012 Grammy Awards held at Staples Center on Sunday (February 12) in Los Angeles.

“It’s a little bit surreal, we’re still processing being here” the guys told JustJared.com about making it to the Grammys.

The band was nominated for two awards this evening, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Alternative Music Album, but didn’t win.

The 2012 Grammy Awards, hosted by LL Cool J, airs live TONIGHT at 8 p.m. on CBS!

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Credit: Larry Busacca; Photos: Getty
Posted to: 2012 Grammy Awards, Cubbie Fink, Foster the People, Mark Foster, Mark Pontius

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6 Responses to “Foster the People - Grammys 2012 Red Carpet”

  1. 1
    Brandon Hilton Says:

    please “LIKE” http://www.facebook.com/BrandonHiltonOfficial and check out my music.

    I’m working hard and trying to get the word out, just released my new music video. please check it out =)

  2. 2
    rose Says:

    how do you know they didn’t win? its not even on yet…

  3. 3
    =} Says:

    because if you had watched the red carpet special they announced a few winners for the night.

  4. 4
    Baddabing Says:

    “Kicks” is a horrible song about mass murder! Hopefully the song AND they will now be forgotten!

  5. 5
    lafamepoma Says:

    ohh such a pity, i would’ve like they win the 2 Grammys

  6. 6
    ScottthePeople Says:

    @Baddabing:

    Wow! I don’t even know where to go with that comment. Pumped Up Kicks is about yound people who are alienated by the media and the latest fashion statement into a world that feels like total silence and horror. It’s a metaphor.

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