Answer: Michael Jackson
More information: Though never reaching lasting superstardom themselves, 3T peaked in fame with their 1995 duet "Why" alongside their uncle, Michael Jackson.
Answer: Simon & Garfunkel
More information: "The Concert in Central Park", which attracted a whopping half-a-million spectators, featured the short-lived reunion of Simon & Garfunkel after the pair had disbanded approximately a decade earlier.
Answer: The Spice Girls
More information: The BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music - previously won by the likes of the Beatles and Queen - was presented to the Spice Girls in the year 2000.
Answer: Amy Winehouse
Answer: Boney M.
More information: Though originally sung by reggae group the Melodians in 1970, it was Boney M.'s rendition of "Rivers of Babylon" which became a hit, especially in the UK where it is one of top-10 selling singles of all-time.
Answer: Lady Gaga
More information: In 2011 Lady Gaga launched her "Little Monsters" social media network, specifically to cater to her thousands of fans.
Answer: The Edge
More information: David Evans is better known by his stage name, the Edge, as he serves as lead guitarist for Irish rock band U2.
More information: Latin supergroup Santana won eight Grammy Awards in 2000, tying the record set by Michael Jackson, which as of 2019 has yet to be broken.
More information: According to the Chainsmokers', their hit "Closer" with Halsey was inspired by Blink-182's "I Miss You" (2004), with Halsey actually giving a shoutout to Blink-during the lyrics of the song.