Two-time Grammy Award winner Melissa Etheridge, five-time Grammy Award winner Faith Hill and nine-time Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys will host "My Night At The Grammys," a new entertainment special celebrating the upcoming Grammy Awards 50th Anniversary with the Top 25 Grammy moments, as voted on by viewers, as well as the stories behind them as told by the artists themselves, to be broadcast Friday, Nov. 30 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS.

Christina Aguilera, Billie Joe Armstrong, Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, Bono, Elvis Costello, Celine Dion, Alan Jackson, Elton John, Ricky Martin and Usher will join hosts Etheridge, Hill and Keys remembering their own remarkable moments as performers and winners on past Grammy Awards shows.

The special will feature some of the unique pairings the Grammys have come to be renowned for including performances by the Gorillaz and Madonna, Eminem and Elton John, Neil Diamond and Barbra Streisand, Jay-Z with Linkin Park and Paul McCartney, among others. The special will also feature a montage of acceptance speeches over the years, a special review of outstanding Lifetime Achievement Awards presentations and a view of 50 years of Grammy Awards as seen through the career of Tony Bennett beginning with his appearance on the 1963 "The Best on Record" show through the 49th Grammy Awards broadcast where he shared the award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals with Stevie Wonder for their duet, "For Once In My Life."

Viewers were invited to vote online for their favorites from a selection of 50 Grammy moments from past broadcasts including performances by Eric Clapton, Marvin Gaye, Bruce Springsteen and U2. The Top 25 were determined from that voting period.