The Grammys are this Sunday evening on CBS.  If you were thinking about making some Grammy bets, I've got your picks right here!  (We can make anything into a friendly wager!)

I'm thinking about having a small Grammy party at my house Sunday night; if you can find me, you can come.  Don't find me, that would be creepy.  I hate betting with money (because I always lose), so I'm just going to SAY who I'm betting will win.  That means whoever I list will most likely lose.

Here are the losers for the 2011 Grammys:

Song of the Year:  'Need You Now' -- Lady Antebellum

Album of the Year:    'The Fame Monster' -- Lady Gaga

Best New Artist:  Drake

Record of the Year:  Empire State of Mind -- Jay-Z Feat.  Alicia Keys

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance:  'Halo (Live)' -- Beyoncé

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance:  'This is It' -- Michael Jackson

Best Female Country Vocal Performance:   'The House That Built Me' -- Miranda Lambert

Best Pop Performance by a Group or Duo with Vocals:  'The Only Exception' -- Paramour

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals:  'Airplanes, Part II' -- B.o.B., Eminem & Hayley Williams

Best Pop Vocal Album:  'The Fame Monster' -- Lady Gaga

Best Country Song:  'Need You Now' -- Lady Antebellum

Best Country Album:  'Need You Now' -- Lady Antebellum

Best Rock Song:  'Radioactive' -- Kings of Leon

Best Rock Album:  'Backspacer' --Pearl Jam

Best R&B Song:  'Second Chance' -- El DeBarge

Best R&B Album:   'Still Standing' -- Monica

Best Contemporary R&B Album:  'Raymond V Raymond' -- Usher

Best Rap Song:  'Empire State Of Mind -- Jay-Z & Alicia Keys

Best Rap Album:  'The Blueprint 3' -- Jay-Z

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media:   'True Blood-Volume 2' -- Various Artists

Those are the 2011 Grammy winners if I were the one and only judge.

For a complete list of 2011 Grammy nominees, visit:

http://www.grammy.com/nominees