The biggest stars in music will collide on Feb. 12, 2017, when the 59th Annual Grammy Awards take place in Los Angeles. But who were the power players in the music industry 20 years ago? Let's take a trip back to the 1997 Grammy red carpet and check out the biggest names in their '90s ensembles, starting with Gwen Stefani! Her career has only skyrocketed over the last two decades, but in 1997, the No Doubt frontwoman was up for her first round of Grammys: Her band was nominated for Best New Artist and Best Rock Album for "Tragic Kingdom." Keep reading to see what other stars made appearances that year!
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Jewel attended the 1997 Grammys as a Best New Artist nominee. She was also up for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her song "Who Will Save Your Soul."
The 1997 Grammys were a big event for LeAnn Rimes! The singer was up for Best New Artist and ended up taking home the award! She also won Best Female Country Vocal Performance that year for "Blue."
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LL Cool J attended the 1997 Grammys in New York City, where he took home Best Rap Solo Performance for his song "Hey Lover."
Two years after winning the Best New Artist accolade, Sheryl Crow was back for the 1997 Grammys.
Hillary Clinton has a Grammy? Turns out the politician picked up a Best Spoken Word or Non-Musical Album Grammy in 1997 for the audio recording of her book "It Takes a Village."
Celine Dion cleaned up at the 1997 Grammys, taking home two awards: "Best Pop Album" and "Album of the Year" for "Falling Into You."
Busta Rhymes didn't win, but he was nominated for Best Rap Solo Performance for his song "Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check" at the 1997 Grammys.
Lauryn Hill took home an award with her group The Fugees at the 1997 Grammys. They won Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for "Killing Me Softly."
Toni Braxton attended the 1997 Grammys in New York City and won big! She took home Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for "Un-Break My Heart" and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "You're Makin' Me High."
A year after her debut album "Tidal" was released, Fiona Apple made an appearance at the 1997 Grammys. She wouldn't be nominated for Best New Artist until 1998.
The Dave Matthews Band scored at the 1997 Grammys, taking home Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for "So Much To Say."
Forest Whitaker attended the 1997 Grammys with wife Keisha.
Maxwell was a nominated artist at the 1997 Grammys. His album "Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite" was nominated for Best R&B Album, but lost out to The Tony Rich Project's "Words."
Beck got recognized for his album "Odelay" at the 1997 Grammys. He was nominated for Album of the Year but won for both Best Alternative Music Album and Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.
Tyra Banks was in attendance at the 1997 Grammys in New York City.
Aretha Franklin wore a floor-length fur coat to the 1997 Grammys in New York City.
Diana Ross attended the 1997 Grammys in style.
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds attended the 1997 Grammys with then-wife Tracey Edmonds.
Brandy turned 18 a few weeks before she attended the 1997 Grammy Awards in New York City.