1. Record of the Year (1971): Simon and Garfunkel Nod Awkwardly
Who needs to hear the winners give a speech when you can have the 5th Dimension turn a standard reading of the Record of the Year nominees into a song? Nineteen-seventy-one was a pretty incredible year, with "Let It Be," "Fire and Rain" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water" duking it out. Simon and Garfunkel won, though Garfunkel's entire speech was "thank you" and Simon just nodded his head. The duo also won Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Contemporary Song that night, so they may have been a little talked out. They had also broken up by this point, so maybe they also just didn't feel like spending that night together at the podium.