February 14, 2011 / 3:31 AM / 7 years ago

Lady Antebellum wins song of the year Grammy

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Country trio Lady Antebellum won the coveted song of the year Grammy on Sunday for “Need You Now,” the group’s third victory at the event.

Charles Kelley (L), Hillary Scott (C) and Dave Hayward of Lady Antebellum accept the Grammy for Best Country Album for "Need to Know" at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, February 13, 2011. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

The other nominees were “Beg Steal or Borrow,” written and performed by Ray LaMontagne; “F*** You!” performed by Cee Lo and co-written with Philip Lawrence and Bruno Mars; “Love the Way You Lie,” performed by Eminem, and co-written with Alex “Da Kid” Grant and Holly Hafferman; and “The House That Built Me,” written by Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin for Miranda Lambert

The 53rd annual Grammy Awards were presented in Los Angeles.

Reporting by Dean Goodman; editing by Mohammad Zargham

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