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UPDATED: Auburn man misses out on Grammy for his work on Sia's 'Chandelier'
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UPDATED: Auburn man misses out on Grammy for his work on Sia's 'Chandelier' The Best Music Video Grammy was awarded Sunday evening to Pharrell Williams' "Happy," beating out Sia's "Chandelier" as well as Arcade Fire's "We Exist," Woodkid's "The Golden Age" and DJ Snake and Lil' Jon's "Turn Down for What."

Personally, I'd have gone with Sia or Arcade Fire, but it wouldn't be a Grammy if it wasn't dubiously decided.

ORIGINAL STORY: Australian artist Sia's smash hit "Chandelier" could swing an Auburn native a Grammy this Sunday.

John "Jack" Hogan co-produced the song's music video, which is nominated for Best Music Video.

Featuring a mesmerizing dance performance by 11-year-old Maddie Ziegler, the video has been watched more than 500 million times on YouTube and spawned parodies on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and "Saturday Night Live."

Hogan was poised to become a dentist before breaking into the entertainment industry, he told The Citizen in 2013.

"I had an epiphany one New Year’s Eve: That I wanted to do something," he said. "I realized I wanted to work in television or something like that, and decided I wanted to go to Newhouse."

After earning a master's degree in TV, radio and film from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Hogan moved to California in 2007....
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