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GRAMMY Awards: Three Unforgettable Moments

How Could You Forget Number 3?

February 12, 2017

Music’s biggest night is always packed with a surprise or two, and we’re sure this Sunday’s 59th Annual Grammy Awards won’t be any different. While we’ll be watching for those GREAT moments, we’re taking a look back with a few of our favorite GRAMMY moments.

2012 – Adele OWNS the GRAMMY Stage
It was Adele’s return to the stage just a few months after having vocal surgery to remove a benign polyp on her vocal chord in late 2011. She proved to the world that she was back, and in fact, the British star would win go on to six Grammy Awards that night.

Adele - Rolling In The Deep (Grammy 2012) from Nuestro Canto on Vimeo.

2012 – Jennifer Hudson’s Tribute to Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston’s death just hours before the 2012 Grammy Awards shook the music world to its core.  Producers, of course, were forced to scramble to acknowledge the legend’s passing during the upcoming broadcast (just hours later).  Jennifer Hudson covered “I Will Always Love You” to help the music industry begin healing after Whitney’s death.

2011 – Lady Gaga Arrives to the GRAMMYs as an Egg
Lady Gaga has never been afraid to shock us (and be herself). Gaga arrived to the red carpet in the egg (which she called a vessel), and she would hatch from the egg during her performance of the hit song “Born This Way,” and it was JUST THAT AWESOME.

The 2017 GRAMMY Awards will be broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles tonight on CBS.