GRAMMYs 2018: Looking Back at Some of the Show's Most Memorable Moments

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The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards is almost here, and to celebrate, we're taking a look back at some of the show's most memorable moments through the years.

ET's Cameron Mathison and Sophie Schillaci joined forces in our Absolut Lime Green Room to reflect on our favorite GRAMMYs of the past.

Last year, Adele made headlines after graciously paying tribute to her idol, Beyonce, onstage -- and offering to split her Album of the Year award with her. Bey, of course, has plenty of GRAMMYs of her own, and even got to perform with her own idol, Tina Turner, at the show in 2008.

"I was fighting back tears," Beyonce confessed to ET after the performance. "Literally, the dream of my life just happened."

The GRAMMYs stage has seen plenty of powerful pairings, including Elton John and Eminem's collaboration in 2001. John will be performing again at this year's show with Miley Cyrus, as Pink, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and Rihanna are also expected to take the stage.

The GRAMMY Awards kicks off this Sunday from New York City for the first time in 15 years, and Absolut Lime -- now with no added sugar and no artificial flavors -- is back as its official spirits sponsor.