The gift bag that Grammy presenters and performers will be receiving on February 12 will include an array of gifts reportedly worth up to $3

The gift bag that Grammy presenters and performers will be receiving on February 12 will include an array of gifts reportedly worth up to $30,000.

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Not everyone who attends the 59th Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 12 will go home a winner. More than 50 presenters, performers and attendees however will be going home with a ridiculously awesome bag of goodies, as part of a gift bag which is reportedly worth up to $30,000.

According to Business Insider, the complimentary gift bag that the show’s performers and presenters will be taking home, which was curated by entertainment-marketing company Distinctive Assets, includes the following: 

- A $8,850 trip for a week at the Golden Door spa in Southern California
- Chapstick
- Adult Bibs
- A $600 Omni SmartHome starter kit
- A handmade wooden Bangarang box filled with 199 cards that have positive actions and quotes
- A year's supply of Healing Saint luminosity skin serum with a hair follicle stimulant valued at $2,316 which claims to prevent further hair loss (A big no-no in the celebrity world)
- Hand-dipped chocolate from Chubby Chipmunk
- A $100 massage mat from SweetCheeks
- Chris Formant’s debut novel called “Bright Midnight," which dives into the mysterious premature deaths of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison. (We’re already hooked!)
- A Trtil travel pillow
- A customized 64-count box of Crayola crayons, personalized with the performer's or presenter's name and photo
- Hercules Beard Co. shaving oil
- A gift certificate for a free large pizza from D’Amore’s Famous Pizza
- A personal CPR kit (you know, with all these celebrities passing away and whatnot)
- A mini gift set from In Season Beauty
- A pair of handmade studs from Park and Buzz
- Five books from Lady Amber's reviews, including Garden of Her Heart, Frenzy, Sexiest Man Alive, Crane, and Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things.
- Medice foot cream
- Mood & Co.'s candle of the year
- A hair sleeve from PonyDry
- A lifetime supply of Oxygenetix foundation and moisturizer
- Active gear from Trespass's DLX Collection
- Gift set from True Brit London, which includes nail-polish remover in a scented strawberries and cream and "enriched nail enamel" in shades called "Rule Britannia" and "Heirloom"
- A luxury volume hair-extension piece from the Lauren Ashtyn Collection
- $55 worth of furniture paint
- Dinnerware from Slimware
- A print of original artwork from Tunka Art
- Desserts from Gold Leaf Gourmet
- An FXP Hula Hoop Fitness workout program, made up of a hula hoop, fitness DVDs, an exercise mat, and personal training sessions from a certified FXP master trainer in cities across the country
- An Okawa craftsman lampshade
- Music trade magazine, Music Connection
- People’s annual year-in-review collector’s edition of People Yearbook
- A pin from Namira Monaco
- A six-ounce can of Blue Diamond Almonds
- A book from international speaker and peace ambassador Prem Rawat called "Splitting the Arrow"
- An expert eye kit and spin-on lip gloss duo from Whoosh Beauty
- Nitro-Tech Crunch protein energy bars from MuscleTech
- Hydroxycut Platinum
- Revision skincare products
- Customized beauty and snack boxes from Universitee Box
- 2 complimentary hours of DJ service from DJ Spark
- A shirt, duffle, and water bottle from Truth, the smoking prevention campaign
- A rehydration formula in the form of an orange-flavored tablet from Phizz
- Mohair pillows from the Rey 3 Design Collection
- Designer eyewear from Marchon
- Costume jewelry from Grosse Japan
- Assorted Hasbro games ranging from "Toliet Trouble," to "Monopoly Token Madness"
- A gift set from Dalgomi including a variety of nighttime masks
- Shampoo, conditioner, and hair spray by Gina
- MBG Medi LED Hydro Mist to help with vocal-cord management
- Exercise shoes from Jackson Walk Jet by MTG that was codeveloped by former Michael Jackson dancer Yumiko Sumida Jackson

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