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Soul Train Awards 2010

Soul Train Awards 2010 - Proving it's wide-ranging enough to incorporate both R. Kelly and Wolf Blitzer, the Soul Train Awards aired Sunday night to dole out awards and celebrate the stars who came (Cee-Lo, Erykah Badu, Anita Baker) and those who didn't (Rihanna, Usher, Alicia Keys).

The show, which was taped November 10 in Atlanta, was hosted by Academy Award-nominated actors Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, who returned to the show's stage for the second year in a row.

Taking top honors for the night were Usher and Alicia Keys, who both grabbed two awards respectively. While neither superstar was present to make an acceptance speech, the newly cemented Mrs. Swizz Beatz garnered awards for Best Female R&B Soul Artist and a songwriting nod for Record of the Year. Usher won Best Album of the Year and tied with Trey Songz for Best Male R&B Soul Artist.

While other winners like Ciara, Eminem and Rihanna weren't on hand to claim their trophies either, Blitzer went back on stage after his Dougie-dancing stint to accept the Best Hip Hop Song Award on behalf of Eminem.

Soul Train Awards 2010

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