GRAMMY Rewind: Watch Whitney Houston Win Best Female R&B Vocal Performance At The 2000 GRAMMYs
Late, great pop/R&B queen Whitney Houston was no stranger to winning GRAMMYs in the year 2000, having famously won Record Of The Year for "I Will Always Love You" in the mid-'90s and Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female for "Saving All My Love For You" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" in the mid-'80s.
As the new millennium came around, at the 42nd GRAMMY Awards, Houston returned to the GRAMMY stage to accept Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "It's Not Right But It's Okay," which appeared on her 1998 album, My Love Is Your Love.
The album itself received six nominations, including Best R&B Album and Best R&B Song. Walking onstage to accept her award from Busta Rhymes, Jamie Foxx and actress Jane Krakowski, Houston gave a breathless speech, thanking her family and husband, Bobby Brown: "I'd like to thank my parents, my mom and dad, BMG, everyone at Arista—honey, this one's for you, the original R&B king."
Watch the GRAMMY Rewind moment above.