The Grammys are fun for the whole family — kids included! Ahead of music's biggest night on Jan. 28, 2018, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at some little stars' best moments from Grammys past. First up? LeAnn Rimes! The country crooner holds the record for being the youngest individual winner of a Grammy in history. The "Blue" singer won two at the tender age of 14, nabbing the best new artist and best female country vocal performance prizes in 1997. (She's also the first country singer to win best new artist.) The only other young artists who come close are The Peasall Sisters, who lent their voices to the soundtrack for "O Brother Where Art Thou?," which won album of the year in 2002 when Leah, Sarah and Hannah Peasall were just 7, 9 and 13. Keep reading for even more fun Grammy moments brought to you by kiddos!
The youngest kid ever to grace the red carpet at the Grammys? We're pretty sure that honor goes to Asahd Tuck Khaled — DJ Khaled's adorable son. He tagged along to the 2017 ceremony with his famous father (and mom Nicole Tuck) when he was only 3 months old!
You're a pretty cool kid when you've got a front-row seat at the Grammy Awards! Blue Ivy Carter snagged a hot seat during the 2017 ceremony on papa JAY-Z's lap. Not only did she have a prime ticket, but she also rocked a darling hot pink Gucci suit as an homage to the late, great Prince.
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Move over LeAnn Rimes! Billy Gilman was only 11 when his hit country song "One Voice" was nominated for best country male performance in 2001. Unfortunately, he didn't win the award, but as the saying goes, it's still an honor to be nominated. Especially when you haven't even made it to junior high!
The youngest-ever songwriting nominee? That's the youngest Hanson brother, Zac Hanson! He was nominated for their hit "MmmBop" back in 1998, and though they didn't win, it's pretty impressive that he was only 12 when he picked up that nomination.
Everyone knows Justin Bieber hit the music scene at a young age, but the pop superstar also picked up his first Grammy noms at an impressive time. The singer was only 17 when he was nominated for best new artist and best pop vocal album for "My World 2.0" in 2011. And though he unfortunately didn't take home the prize in either category, he did perform on the show that year with another youngin'…
At the same show in 2011, Justin Bieber hit the stage with another surprising celebrity who was even younger — Jaden Smith! Then 12, Jaden joined Justin and Usher on stage for a medley of hits including the Biebs' "Baby" and "Never Say Never" and Usher's "OMG."
Daddy Diplo! The DJ's sons, Lazer Pentz and Lockett Pentz, tagged along with dad to the 2017 Grammy Awards in pretty adorable mini matching suits!
Recognize that little girl? Lenny Kravitz brought his now-famous daughter Zoe Kravitz as his date to the 2000 Grammy Awards. The always cool cutie, then 11, rocked a cowboy hat and a leather jacket on Dad's big night.
Lorde was just 17 when she picked up two Grammys back in 2014 — for best pop solo performance and song of the year for "Royals."
Not many 12 year olds can say they've performed on stage at the Grammys! But "Dance Moms" alum Maddie Ziegler can! She danced her heart out alongside Kristen Wiig at the 2015 show, performing as Sia sang her megahit "Chandelier."
French Montana brought a pretty adorable date to the 2017 Grammys — his son, Kruz Kharbouch! The dashing boy rocked a bow tie and a gold suit jacket on the red carpet alongside his hip-hop star pop.
Michael Jackson scored his first Grammy nomination at age 12 as a member of The Jackson 5. The group was nominated for best contemporary vocal performance by a duo, group or chorus back in 1971 for their hit song "ABC."
Wiz Khalifa's son Sebastian (with ex-wife Amber Rose) is no stranger to red carpets. Here he is with his dad (and Wiz's mom) at the 2015 Grammys just a few weeks shy of his second birthday!
Landon and Alabama Barker are old pros on the Grammy red carpet. They attended with dad Travis Barker in 2016 when they were 12 and 10, respectively, but even then the event was old hat to these two cool kiddos!
Back at the 2013 Grammys, Travis Barker hit the red carpet with kids Landon and Alabama as well as their half-sister, Atiana de la Hoya. Atiana, whom mom Shanna Moakler had with boxer Oscar de la Hoya before marrying Travis, was 13 at the time while Landon and Alabama were 10 and 8, respectively.
Landon Barker has to have set some kind of record for Grammy red carpet appearances! Travis Barker's son first attended the show back in 2010 at just 7 years old looking cool in a backward hat and tank top.
Kids take the stage! In 2017, Ziggy Marley picked up the best reggae album Grammy — and brought along some pretty cute little helpers. The musician brought kids Judah, 11, Gideon, 10, and Abraham, 6, on stage with him while he accepted his honor.
The Game and his son, Harlem Taylor, attended the Grammys together back in 2006 when Harlem was only 2 years old!