Jennifer Lopez’s Green Dress to MIA Performing Pregnant: 5 Shocking, Controversial Moments in Grammy History

Jennifer Lopez : Award season wouldn’t be complete without a touch of controversy. As we get ready for Sunday, February 4th, let’s take a look back at some of the most incredible moments in the history of the 66th Grammy Awards.

Milli Vanilli Returns the Grammy

In 1990, the infamous lip-synching scandal involving Milli Vanilli unfolded. Despite winning the Best New Artist award, Rob Pilatus and Fab Morvan were stripped of their Grammy by the Recording Academy after it was revealed that they had lip-synched during an MTV performance.

Performance Artist Interrupts Bob Dylan on Stage

At the 40th Grammy Awards, Bob Dylan’s performance of “Love Sick” took an unexpected turn when a shirtless backup dancer with SOY BOMB” painted on his chest interrupted the iconic singer. Michael Portnoy, a performance artist, intended for this bold act to represent a complex, transformative, and explosive life.

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Jennifer Lopez’s Dress Invents Google Photos 

While Jennifer Lopez may not have taken home a Grammy that night, her impact was undeniable. At the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards, she graced the event in a jungle-print Versace dress with a plunging neckline .The outfit attracted so much attention that it contributed to the development of Google Images.

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Jennifer Lopez : A Heavily Pregnant M.I.A Performs at the Grammys

M.I.A. defied expectations by performing at the Grammys while nine months pregnant. Sharing the stage with Jay-Z, Kanye West, T.I., and Lil Wayne, she even reportedly experienced contractions during her performance.

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Mass Grammy Wedding via Queen Latifah

In 2014, Queen Latifah made a memorable statement by officiating the marriage of 34 same-sex couples during the performance of the pro-love anthem “Same Love.” “This song is a love song, not for some of us, but for all of us,” she declared, with Madonna joining her on stage.

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