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12 Pictures That Will Remind You Just How Wild The Grammys Were In The 90s

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With this year's Grammy Awards show featuring all sorts of throwbacks to the '90s, we figured it was about time we took our own look back on what the Grammys looked like a whopping 20 years ago. In particular, these 12 photos highlight just how far we've come (or in some cases, haven't).

The only thing that's changed about Mariah is her hair.

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Destiny's Child before Beyoncé ruled the world.

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What in the hell was Christina even wearing here?

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Who could forget when Toni Braxton was everywhere?

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Then of course there's this 90s as hell wardrobe (yes this is recent but honestly, could you even tell the difference?)

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