Directly from last night Grammy Awards, our inspiration of the week! We took the best 10 moments of all time chosen just for you.

1-David Bowie, John Lennon, Yoko Ono & Roberta Flack, 1975

David Bowie, John Lennon, Yoko Ono & Roberta Flack, 1975.
Best group photo ever taken at Grammy Awards. There will never be anyone like them!

2-YOKO ONO, 1982One of the most emotional moments at Grammys awards: when in 1982 the Album of the Year was awarded to John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Double fantasy Album. Lennon was already passed away, but at his place, the couple’s son, Sean Lennon, was up on the podium with her for the speech. 

3-Michael Jackson, 1984Winning 8 Grammys in one night, Michael Jackson made history in 1984 . One of the awards includes Album of the Year for Thriller and Record of the Year for Beat It.

4-whitney-houston, 1994Whitney Houston owned the night with I will always love you performance. She won three Grammy Awards on 1994 for the album, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.

Madonna,1999Madonna opened her first Grammy award performance with a Japanese-flavored style for Nothing really matters, where she also won three Grammys to her name for Best Pop Album, Best Short-form Video and Best Dance Recording.

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Britney Spears on her first Grammy Awards nomination for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance on 2000.

7-Beyonce and Tina Turner, 2008Beyoncé and Tina Turner combine star power with Proud Mary for the 50th annual Grammy Awards on 2008.

8-Lady gaga,2011«I really wanted to be born on stage»: Lady Gaga arrives at 2011 Grammy’s in a giant egg to open the show and perform Born this way

137495420VD143_The_54th_Ann2011 was the year of Adele. She won all six categories she was nominated in: Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Pop Vocal Performance Album and Best Short Form Music Video.

10-nicki_minaj, 2012Nicki Minaj showed up in a red hooded Versace dress with “the pope” for 2012 Grammy Awards.

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