A look back at a collection of memorable LOL moments in GRAMMY history. Who will make us laugh next? Watch the 59th GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, on CBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Robin Williams to Michael Jackson: GRAMMYs' funniest moments
See Ed Sheeran discuss his cover of "Candle In The Wind," and why he's proud to pay tribute to his friend and mentor.
Take a sneak peek at the performers paying tribute to Elton John in this special celebration concert.
Take a trip through GRAMMY history and look back at some of the incredible artists and albums that have been recognized for Album Of The Year.
From "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to "Rolling In The Deep" and beyond, get a taste of the esteemed roster of winners for Record Of The Year.
Learn how Random Access Memories helped Daft Punk "Get Lucky" at the 56th GRAMMY Awards.
Meet the nominees for Best Pop Vocal Album for the 60th GRAMMY Awards, taking place Jan. 28, 2018, in New York City.
Watch a preview clip from the upcoming "GRAMMY Greatest Stories" CBS special, airing Nov. 24 at 9 p.m. on CBS.
The seventh and final single from 1982's Thriller was another milestone on the King of Pop's road to GRAMMY history.
What's the scariest song of all time? From Tom Waits and Warren Zevon to scary scores and nursey rhymes, a variety of artists weigh in with their pick.
Mitch Grassi and Scott Hoying detail what fans can expect from Superfruit's upcoming second EP.
At only 19 years old, Zara Larsson is aiming for pop world domination with her 2017 studio album, So Good.
Michael Jackson receives the GRAMMY Legend Award, presented by his sister Janet Jackson, at the 35th GRAMMY Awards in 1993.
At the 2017 GRAMMYs on the Hill Awards on April 5, GRAMMY winner Keith Urban was recognized with the Recording Artists' Coalition Award for his contributions to the music community and music education programs. Sens.
From the Beatles, Jackson 5 and David Bowie to Natalie Cole, Bette Midler and Cher, see what music's biggest stars wore at the GRAMMYs in the 1960s and 1970s.
(Barbra Streisand and Paul Williams and Joe Brooks tie for the GRAMMY for Song Of The Year at the 20th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 23, 1978, in Los Angeles.)
Barbra Streisand: I just realized something.
Paul Williams: Yeah?
Streisand: Well, two things.