Grammy season is over until next year, and whether or not you tuned in for the event, you might as well take a moment to appreciate some of the sexy performers who've taken home awards over the last few years (like Ms. Knowles up there). Enjoy.
Taylor Swift Swift has claimed a handful of Grammys since 2009, including awards for Best Country Song, Album of the Year, and Best Country Album. In 2013, she and rock outfit The Civil Wars won Best Song Written for Visual Media for their combined efforts on the song "Safe and Sound," which was featured on the Hunger Games soundtrack.
Rihanna Having previously picked up Grammys for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Collaboration (among others), Rihanna took home the prize for Best Short Form Music Video at this year's event.
Lady Gaga Love her or hate her, Gaga commands mass appeal and hit-making power that’s resulted in several Grammy wins over the last few years.
Alicia Keys The songstress has been winning awards like no one’s business since snagging her first Grammy for Best R&B Album in 2004.
Beyonce Knowles Her list of awards could fill volumes, and her list of Grammy wins would take up at least one or two of those.
Duffy She hasn’t been all that visible the last few years, but in 2008 Duffy claimed the award for Best Pop Vocal Album.
Tia Carrere Best know for her acting, Carrere is also big on the Hawaiian music scene. She’s collaborated with a number of other Hawaiian artists to win several Grammys, including one for Best Hawaiian Music Album in 2008.
Carrie Underwood Underwood did it again this year, winning the Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance. The former American Idol contestant previously won Best Female Country Performance in 2007.
Christina Aguilera She spends more time as a reality show judge than a singer these days, but at the height of her career Aguilera won two Grammys for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, one in 2003 and one in 2006.
Kelly Clarkson Clarkson scored a big win in 2013 for Best Pop Vocal Album, and it's not her first. She won the the same category in 2005, three years after rocketing to fame on American Idol.
Mariah Carey Carey’s career has endured pretty well since she broke onto the scene in 1990. She won Best Female R&B Vocal Performance in 2005.
Faith Hill One of the best-known country artists in the world, Hill won a Grammy for Best Country Collaboration With Vocals in 2005.
Norah Jones Jones killed it at the Grammys in 2004, winning awards for Record of the Year, Best female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals.
Kylie Minogue The Australian artist got a win for Best Dance Recording in 2003.
Pink Pink was at the top of her game in the early 2000s, claiming the Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 2003.
Britney Spears For all her popularity, Spears hasn’t been all that successful at the Grammys. Still, a win for Best Dance Recording in 2004 isn’t anything to scoff at.