Grammy Awards Time Machine: Revisit the 2018 Nominees' First Performances Ever

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Time to show again the clocks!

Forward of the 2018 Grammyson Sunday, the star-studded nominees are getting ready for what’s positive to be a memorable night time full of performances by contenders like Woman Gaga and Infantile Gambino, standout style and, in fact, loads of hit music. 

Whereas the annual ceremony could also be a model new world for first-time nominees like Khalid and Lil Uzi Vert, for Grammy veterans like 21-time winner Jay-Z and 14-time nominee Kelly Clarkson, the present is like an previous pal—particularly on the subject of taking the Grammy stage. 

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For a lot of of this yr’s contenders, that is hardly the primary time they’ve appeared in entrance of the Grammy crowd. From Pinkand Bruno Mars to Ed Sheeran and Woman Gaga, a lot of the listing of honorees graced the notable stage years in the past—some with a particular visitor. Whereas the fashions might have pale and haircuts modified, we guess you have not forgotten their previous routines.

Forward of the present on Sunday, take a stroll down reminiscence lane and revisit these particular first ever Grammy performances with E!’s gallery right here. 

Tune in to E!’s Grammys Countdown present beginning at three:30 p.m. ET/12:30 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 28, following our two-hour Stay From the Purple Carpet: 2018 Grammy Awards particular at 5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT. After the Grammys telecast, watch the E! After Celebration at eleven p.m. ET/eight p.m. PT. For full Grammy Awards protection, watch E! Information Monday, Jan. 29, at 7 and eleven p.m.

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