Tue 02 Jan 2018, 09:00
It's the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in 2018! We're going to take a look at the best moments from the last 59 years of music celebration.
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Here are the some of the best moments and performances from previous years of the Grammy Awards:
Lady Gaga's David Bowie tribute
We've lost many great music icons over the recent years including David Bowie. At the 2016 Grammys we saw Lady Gaga pay tribute to him with a wonderful, colourful performance - I can't think of anyone better to have done so.
David Bowie SETLIST: Space Oddity Changes Ziggy Stardust Suffragette City RebelRebel Fashion Fame Let's Dance Heroes pic.twitter.com/3ymJuOHiAw— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) February 16, 2016
Nicki Minaj's Roman Holiday performance
Perhaps it's my serious Barbz status talking, but Nicki's Exorcist-inspired performance for Roman Holiday at the 2012 Grammy Awards was incredible! If ever you doubted her status as a great performer, this is the one to watch! From the detail to the theatrics, Nicki served an experience.
An unlikely trio
Who else loved Rihanna, Paul McCartney and Kanye West teaming up in 2015 for FourFiveSecond? It transcended generations of music as well as genres and surprisingly worked perfectly. Where can we sign up for more of this?
Imma let you finish... again
Remember Kanye West at the 2009 MTV VMAs? Yes, that cringe-worthy moment where he interrupted Taylor Swift's speech to declare his admiration for Beyoncé's music video. History repeated itself (kind of) at the 2015 Grammys when Kanye attempted to interrupt Beck after he won Album of the Year. #Awkward. I'm hoping Kanye has since learned his lesson.
That green number
When we talk Grammys fashion, the first image that comes to mind is Jennifer Lopez. J-Lo served us the iconic green Versace silk-chiffon dress in 2000. Wow, 17 years ago and the woman still hasn't aged!
The Grammys continue to keep us females beaming with pride. In 2010 King Bey set a new record as a female artist taking home six awards on the night - Adele tied with her in 2012. And Taylor Swift became the youngest ever Album of the Year winner - she was 20 at the time!
Album of the Year goes to Taylor Swift for Fearless!— Recording Academy (@RecordingAcad) February 1, 2010