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This Is What The Grammys Looked Like In The 2000s

We didn't deserve a decade this good!

Posted on January 28, 2018, at 3:21 p.m. ET

Jennifer Lopez — 2000

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Britney Spears — 2000

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Sisqó — 2000

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Whitney Houston — 2000

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Fred Durst — 2000

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NSYNC — 2001

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Destiny's Child — 2001

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Macy Gray — 2001

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Kid Rock and his mom Susan — 2001

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Toni Braxton — 2001

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Moby and Blue Man Group — 2001

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Lil' Kim — 2002

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Pink, Christina Aguilera, and Mya — 2002

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Missy Elliott — 2002

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Erykah Badu — 2003

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The Flaming Lips — 2003

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Justin Timberlake — 2004

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Outkast — 2004

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The White Stripes — 2004

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Gwen Stefani and the Harajuku Girls — 2005

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Kanye West — 2006

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Jennifer Hudson — 2007

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Imogen Heap — 2007

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Rihanna — 2007

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Miley Cyrus — 2008

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Taylor Swift — 2008

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M.I.A. — 2009

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Adele — 2009

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CORRECTION

Miley Cyrus's name was misspelled in an earlier version of this post.


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