Newswire: Grammys crack down on ticket scalpers, whose very existence surprises everyone

“Music’s Biggest Night” may be an expression America uses to patronize the drunk Reese Witherspoon of awards shows, but it’s also a trademarked phrase, one the Grammys wield in much the same way that losing T-ball teams proudly display their ”Participant” trophies. That fascinating fact and others came to light recently, as The Hollywood Reporter describes a lawsuit filed by The National Academy Of Recording Arts And Sciences to crack down on ticket scalping to the Grammys. Defying all logic and common sense, it seems that scalping tickets to the Grammys is actually something that happens, and the Recording Academy would like it to stop.

The lawsuit targets someone named Craig Banaszewski, who has gotten in trouble for this kind of thing before. His company Hollywood Entertainment Group (though he also does business under the name VIP Concierge, which is coincidentally the number one answer on Family Feud …

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