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XTina's career has only gotten bigger since the "Genie in a Bottle" singer took home the Best New Artist trophy 20 years ago. She's been nominated a total of 20 times and has won a total of five Grammys.
This Grammy win marked the country star's first and only Grammy win and nomination.
The musical lady has been nominated 29 times in her career and has taken home 15 of trophies. She's also this year's host.
Jones has been nominated for 16 Grammys, winning nine of them so far in her career.
In addition to winning Best New Artist that year, the band also won Best Hard Rock Performance for "Bring Me to Life." The group has received a total of six nominations and two wins over the years.
This group has nabbed 13 Grammy nominations and three wins over the years.
Chrissy Teigen's main man won the award for Best New Artist in 2006. In fact, he's secured 31 Grammy nominations and 10 wins so far in his career. He's even an EGOT winner.
In addition to winning Best New Artist in 2007, Underwood took home the trophy in the Best Female Country Vocal Performance category for "Jesus, Take the Wheel." She's secured a total of 14 nominations and seven wins so far in her career.
2008 was a big year for Winehouse. In addition to winning Best New Artist, she won Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Rehab." She also won Best Pop Vocal Album for Back to Black. She received a total of eight nominations and six wins before her death in 2011.
The British singer has won a whopping 15 Grammys in her career. In addition to winning Best New Artist in 2009, she snagged the Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Chasing Pavements."
Over the years, the band has been nominated for eight Grammys and has taken home three trophies.
In a surprising move, the jazz singer beat out Justin Bieber and Drake for the Best New Artist Grammy. She's secured a total of seven nominations and three wins. This year, she's up for Best Jazz Vocal Album and Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals for 12 Little Spells.
Justin Vernon, the man behind Bon Iver, surprised many when he won the highly coveted award. He has a total of two wins and seven nominations under his belt.
According to The Recording Academy, the group's sophomore album, Some Nights, sold more than three million copies in the U.S. and was nominated for two Grammys. In fact, the band received a total of five nods and one win in 2013.
The musical duo received five nominations at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. They won in three categories—Best New Artist, Best Rap Album (The Heist) and Best Rap Performance ("Thrift Shop").
The singer took home the trophy for Best New Artist at the 57th Grammy Awards. He also won three more Grammys that year. His debut album, In the Lonely Hour, won Best Pop Vocal Album and "Stay With Me (Darkchild Version)" won Song and Record of the Year.
In 2015, the singer was named Best New Artist. She has two more Grammy nominations under her belt—Record of the Year and Song of the Year—for her hit "All About That Bass."
His 2016 album Coloring Book took off with flying colors. He has a total of three wins.
The singer was also up for Best Music Video, Song of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance that year.
Last year, Dua Lipa took home two trophies—one for Best New Artist and one for Best Dance Recording for her song "Electricity" with Silk City, Mark Ronson and Diplo. However, her fans weren't too happy when the microphone was cut off during her acceptance speech.