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See How Far Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj And More Nominees Have Come Since Their First Grammys Red Carpet

Awww, long-haired Miley. :')

Since it's Thursday and the Grammys are this weekend, we decided to go ALL OUT on this #TBT for y'all. Tons of our favorite artists have been nominated this year and for many (many!) of them, it ain't their first time at this rodeo. So, we thought we'd look back at what the nominees wore during their first trip down the Grammys red carpet, and wowowow the results are pretty amazing. Check ’em out below!

Nicki Minaj, 2011

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2015 nominations: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (with Ariana Grande and Jessie J) and Best Rap Song.

Taylor Swift, 2008

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2015 nominations: Record of the Year; Song of the Year; and Best Pop Solo Performance.

Beyonce, 2000

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2015 nominations: Album of the Year; Best R&B Performance; Best R&B Song; Best Urban Contemporary Album; and Best Music Film.

Pharrell, 2004

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2015 nominations: Album of the Year; Best Pop Solo Performance; Best Urban Contemporary Album; and Best Music Video.

Katy Perry, 2009

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2015 nominations: Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (with Juicy J).

Miley Cyrus, 2008

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2015 nomination: Best Pop Vocal Album.

Ariana Grande, 2011

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2015 nominations: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) and Best Pop Vocal Album.

Rihanna, 2007

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2015 nomination: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

Jessie J, 2012

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2015 nomination: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (with Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj).

John Legend, 2005

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2015 nomination: Best Pop Solo Performance.

Kanye West, 2004

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2015 nominations: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Song.

Coldplay, 2002

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2015 nominations: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance; Best Pop Vocal Album; and Best Music Film.

Drake, 2010

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2015 nominations: Best Rap Performance; Best Rap Song; Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Album of the Year.

Deadmau5, 2009

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2015 nomination: Best Dance/Electronic Album.

Robyn, 2009

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2015 nomination: Best Dance/Electronic Album.

Ryan Adams, 2002

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2015 nominations: Best Rock Performance; Best Rock Song; and Best Rock Album.

The Black Keys, 2011

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2015 nominations: Best Rock Performance; Best Rock Song and Best Rock Album.

Jay Z, 2005

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2015 nominations: Best R&B Performance; Best R&B Song; Best Music Film; and Album of the Year. (Jay Z was actually nominated 13 times before this photo was taken, but this is the earliest Grammys red carpet photo we could find!)

Common, 2001

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2015 nominations: Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Album.

Jack White, 2004

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2015 nominations: Best Rock Performance; Best Rock Song; and Best Alternative Music Album.

Paramore, 2008

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2015 nomination: Best Rock Song.

U2, 1988

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2015 nomination: Best Rock Album.

Christina Aguilera, 2000

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2015 nomination: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (with A Great Big World).

Arcade Fire, 2011

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2015 nominations: Best Alternative Music Album and Best Music Video.

Eminem, 2000

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2015 nominations: Best Rap Performance; Best Rap/Sung Collaboration; and Best Rap Album.

Chris Brown, 2006

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2015 nominations: Best R&B Performance; Best R&B Song; and Best Urban Contemporary Album.

Jennifer Hudson, 2007

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2015 nomination: Best R&B Performance.

Usher, 1998

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2015 nominations: Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song.

Wiz Khalifa, 2012

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2015 nominations: Best Rap Song and Best Rap Album.

Pink, 2002

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2015 nomination: Best Music Film.

Annie Lennox, 1984

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2015 nomination: Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

Beck, 1997

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2015 nominations: Album of the Year; Best Rock Performance; Best Rock Song; and Best Rock Album.

Lady Gaga, 2010

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2015 nomination: Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

Tony Bennett, 1966

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2015 nomination: Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.