Girl you know it's true. When Milli Vanilli won the Best New Artist Grammy on Feb. 22, 1990, no one knew the group's career high would be a catalyst to its demise. German record producer Frank Farian revealed the charismatic duo didn't sing a single octave on its hit record. Milli Vanilli, aka Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus, had officially hoodwinked the music world by lip-synching its way up the charts.
The revelation generated a backlash against the duo, culminating in a humiliating Hollywood press conference in November 1990, where the men returned the Grammy. It's the definitive moment of the pair's epic fall.