Us Weekend Guide: Taylor Swift to Take Home First Grammy?

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Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift are set to duke it out for Record of the Year honors at this year's Grammy Awards, airing Sunday at 8 p.m./EST on CBS. The annual music fete, held at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium, will be feature performances by the three women, as well as Pink, The Black Eyed Peas and Bon Jovi.

Also on the small screen this weekend? Chace Crawford guest-voices Meg's sweet-talking convict beau on Fox's Family Guy (Sunday at 9 p.m./EST).

In the episode, Crawford's Luke robs a convenience store and escapes from jail to find refuge in Meg's bedroom. But that's just half the story: Meg (Mila Kunis) winds up in the pokey herself, and she comes out a tattooed bruiser who terrorizes her entire family!

If cartoons aren't quite your thing, check out the Mel Gibson thriller Edge of Darkness, in theaters now. The violent thriller, which Us' Thelma Adams gives two-and-a-half stars out of four, features Gibson as a Boston cop whose grown daughter gets shot on his doorstep. "The actor — despite thinning hair and deep worry lines — remains forceful and magnetic as always," raves Adams of Gibson, who assumes the bullet was meant for him until he finds a handgun by her bed.

Looking ahead to next week, JoBro fans take note: The youngest bro, Nick Jonas, 17, is set to release his solo album on Tuesday. Giving the album three stars, Us' Ian Drew says the disc delivers with a soulful sound that's for the most part convincing. Choice tracks to check out? The blusey "Olive & an Arrow" and the guitar-fed funk tune "State of Emergency."

For more must-see weekend moments, check out Us' Movies, TV and Music channel now!

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