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Take a look at these beautiful pictures from the Grammy's greatest moments.
What a supergroup this could have been! Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon, Yoko Ono, John Lennon and Roberta Flack together backstage. Picture: Getty
That year Stevie Wonder won the GRAMMY for Album Of The Year. Picture: Getty
The King of Pop won a total of eight Grammys that year.
Debbie Harry looking just like the superstar she is! Picture: Getty
Cyndi Lauper presented an award in 1984, before winning Best New Artist the following year. Picture: Getty
Divine Miss M accepts her Grammy for Record of the Year for 'Wind Beneath My Wings'. Picture: PA
Whitney won the Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for 'Saving All My Love For You' in 1986.
Gayle holds her award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Rogers holds his award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance.
The Jackson Five never won a Grammy but Michael Jackson went on to win 13 as a solo artist. Picture: Getty
Paul Simon is named Best Pop Male Vocalist of the Year. Pictured with album produce Phil Ramone.
These two musical heavyweights performed a mash-up of 'Purple Rain', 'Baby I'm A Star', 'Let's Go Crazy' and Beyonce's 'Crazy In Love'.
Andy Gibb never won a Grammy but he's pictured with Phil Ramone who during his lifetime was nominated for 34 and won 14. Picture: PA
'Rumours' won the award for Album Of The Year. Picture: PA
Whitney won Record of the Year for 'I'll Always Love You' and Album of the Year for 'The Bodyguard'. Behind her is her producer David Foster. Picture: Getty Images
Carole King poses in record producer Lou Adler's office holding the four Grammy Awards she received for her album 'Tapestry' that year. Picture: Getty
One of the most talked-about dresses ever worn to the awards - by Jennifer Lopez. Picture: PA
The pair won a total of five awards between them that year! Picture: PA
Rimes became the youngest ever Grammy award winner taking Best Female Country Singer and Best Women's Vocal New Artist. Picture: Getty Images
Barbra presented George with the Grammy for Record of the Year for his album 'Masquerade'. Picture: PA
Clapton gave a moving performance of 'Tears In Heaven' dedicated to his late son. That year, he won six Grammys. Picture: PA
Prince performed and took home three Grammys that year. Picture: PA
Stevie won his 16th Grammy that year for Best Male R&B Vocals. Picture: PA
1982 Grammy Awards - Los Angeles The Queen of Soul won 'Best Female R&B Vocal Performance' award. To date Aretha has won 18 Grammys - WOW! Picture: PA
Shockingly Diana never won a Grammy although she was nominated for 12. In 2012, she was finally honoured with a lifetime achievement award. Picture: PA
Madonna won Best Pop Album for 'Ray of Light'. Picture: Getty Images
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Toto took home six Grammys that year. Picture: PA
The two musical legends hang out in the press room. Between them, they have won 17 Grammys to date! Picture: Getty Images
Best Pop Album went to 'Turbulent Indigo'. Picture: Getty Images
In 1984, Jackson was nominated for 12 Grammys and took home eight. Picture: Getty Images
Adele took away Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best New Artist.