As Sunday night's highest industry honors approach, Beyoncé, Adele, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Drake, Demi Lovato and their many notable colleagues will get yet another chance to call themselves Grammy winners, some surprisingly for the first time.
Take 24-year-old nominee Lovato, who is up for Best Pop Vocal Album for her fifth studio album, Confident, this year against Adele, Bieber, Ariana Grande and Sia. Unlike all of her competitors, this nomination is Lovato's first. "I'll never forget this day," she tweeted to fans after the nominations were announced. "Going to bed with a dream that came true after so many years.. #honored #grateful #surreal."
Bieber just recently celebrated his first win in 2016 for Best Dance Recording for "Where Are Ü Now" and is up again this year in four categories, including Song of the Year and Album of the Year.
Meanwhile, her on-and-off flame, Drake, who collaborated with her on their nominated track, has taken home one statue while collecting a whopping 34 additional nominations including this year's eight. This time around, he's up again for Best Rap Song, a category he's been nominated in six times before.
Over in the pop music corner, 10-time Grammy winner Adele is up for the statue in five categories this year, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. The songstress has won an award in every category she's been nominated for since the 2012 ceremony, a potential sign that she could continue her winning streak this year.
While she already holds the record as the female artist with the most wins in one night (tied with Adele), if she wins all nine of her nominations this year, she will outrank Michael Jackson for the most Grammy Awards won in a single night by any artist ever.
With tons of awards to be won—and a few records to break—all we can really say is: good luck!