The duo performed their chart-topping tune "Dilemma" and Nelly's "Hot in Herre" track at the 2003 Grammys.
The iconic singer showcased her denim dress, which featured a deconstructed bodice and asymmetrical neckline.
The country singer lit up the stage in a gold fringe dress and matching accessories, as she performed "Cry."
The legendary singer was a vision in white at the 2003 ceremony, wearing an elegant long-sleeve gown, lavish shawl and ornate choker diamond necklace.
Harvey Fierstein and Rod Stewart presented the late Robin Williams with the Grammy Award for Best Spoken Comedy Album. Harvey also took home a Grammy for Musical Show Album for his work in The Broadway show Hairspray.
The supermodel turned heads on the red carpet in a plunging minidress with sparkly embellishments. The lace-up heels, diamond choker and arm bangle were the perfect finishing touches.
The singer swept the 2003 Grammys, winning five awards out of the eight she was nominated for, including, Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, Record of the Year, and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Don't Know Why." She was carrying so many trophies by the end of the night, one ended up falling down!
The "Complicated" singer stepped out in her signature style of low-rise pants, a button-down shirt paired with a slim tie and her slick-straight hair. Her blazer packed a punch with its "Rock On" message hidden inside.
The "Time After Time" singer stepped out in a fluffy-trimmed coat and bold red lipstick to present the award for Best New Artist with Alicia Keys.
In true Pink fashion, she rocked an edgy look on the red carpet. Wearing a completely sheer lace gown that featured extreme cutouts and a thigh-high slit, she didn't miss a beat.
The rapper brought a pop of color to the 2003 event with her bright pink velour tracksuit and matching bubblegum accessory.
The singer not only performed "Dreams" but went home a winner, as she earned a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B Album.
The girl group showcased their fierce style on the red carpet and also paid tribute to TLC member, Left Eye (a.k.a. Lisa Lopes), who passed away a year before in April 2002.
The Keys Soulcare founder made a fashion statement—literally—as the phrase "Think 4 Urself" was written on her back in gold marker.
The "Soak Up the Sun" singer took home the Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance and performed with Kid Rock.
Name a more iconic trio, we'll wait. Diddy and Kim Cattrall presented the award for Best Rap Album (Eminem) and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, which went to John Mayer.
After performing their hit "Landslide," the Dixie Chicks celebrated their Grammy win for Best Country Album.
Instead of performing one of their hit-making pop tunes, the boy band honored the Bee Gees with a special tribute.
The group had an unforgettable red carpet moment during the 2003 ceremony.