The 9 Most Iconic Power Couples in Grammys History
Romeo and Juliet epitomized young love. Ricky and Lucy proved opposites attract. And then there’s Beyoncé and Jay-Z. She runs the world and even when he has 99 problems, they always crush the Grammys. In honor of the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 10, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS, here are nine of the most iconic couples of Grammys past and present.
1. John Lennon & Yoko Ono (1975)
The late Beatles frontman and his lady love brought a Summer of Love feel to the awards show when they walked the red carpet together in 1975.
2. J.Lo & Marc Anthony (2005)
The co-parents were a Grammys staple and even performed together at the 2005 award show before consciously uncoupling in 2014.
4. Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban (2015)
It might seem like the Country Music Awards are more Urban’s jam, but with four wins and plenty of Grammys date nights with Kidman under his belt, it’s safe to say these two are Grammy Awards vets.
5. Faith Hill & Tim McGraw (2017)
This country crooning couple of 22 years have been calling the Grammys date night since 1998, and they have eight statues between them to prove it.
6. Beyoncé & Jay-Z (2017)
Bey and Jay own 20 and 21 Grammys respectively, so yeah, we’ll go ahead and call them the king and queen of the award show.
9. Elton John & David Furnish (2018)
They met in 1993 and have graced the Grammys red carpet more than a time or two. If only the 70-year-old wasn’t retiring after his Farewell: Yellow Brick Road tour to spend more time with Furnish, 55, and their kids, Zachary (8) and Elijah (6).