He famously interrupted Taylor Swift at the 2009 VMAs, after he felt her gong should have been awarded to Beyoncé.
And Kanye West almost repeated the incident as he stormed the stage at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night in Los Angeles, as rocker Beck beat Beyoncé for Album of the Year award.
As Beck took to the stage, Kanye was seen running up and grabbing the mic, before quickly changing his mind, and let Beck give his acceptance speech.
Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian were both seen looking shocked and amused as Kanye thought better of his actions.
Sam Smith took home the first award at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, handed to him by Taylor Swift.
The British soul singer was named Best New Artist and tried to hold back the tears as he thanks his label and his parents in a short acceptance speech.
Meanwhile, AC/DC got the show off to a rocking start with their hit Highway To Hell, introduced by a very excited host LL Cool J.
Rapper LL Cool J then returned to the stage singing the first part of his classic hit Going Back To Cali.
Pitch Perfect actress Anna Kendrick took to the stage to introduce Ariana Grande as the second performer of the evening, who sang her ballad Just A Little Bit Of Your Heart.
Ariana's Bang Bang collaborator Jessie J was the third performer, teaming up with Tom Jones to sing You've Lost That Loving Feeling.
Best Pop Solo Performance went to Pharrell Williams for Happy - beating both Sam Smith and Taylor Swift.
The event - held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles - then saw it take a country turn as Miranda Lambert sang her hit Little Red Wagon.
Barry Gibb then gave Sam Smith his second award of the evening, with his In The Lonely Hour winning Best Pop Vocal Album.
"Before I recorded this album, I tried everything to get my music heard. I tried to lose weight. I tried all these awful things, but it was only when I was myself, that things happened," Sam said in his speech.
Two performances followed, from Kanye West and Madonna respectively.
Kanye gave a soulful performance of his Paul McCartney collaboration Only One.
Leave it to Madonna to get the party started, as she put on an energetic display singing Living For Love.
The rousing performance finished with Madonna asking the crowd to get on their feet, before she was lifted up off the stage by wires.
Best R&B Performance was given to Beyonce and Jay Z, with Bey accepting the award while Jay watched from their seats.
"Wow thank you guys so much, this is such an honor, I would like to thank God, this has been such an incredible year," Beyonce said, who appeared emotional.
Next saw two collaborations, Ed Sheeran performing with the Electric Light Orchestra and then a duet between Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine.
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Miranda Lambert - who performed Little Red Wagon earlier - took to the stage to accept her award for Best Country Album, for Platinum.
Barack Obama then gave a message about domestic violence against woman in America.
A domestic abuse survivor named Brooke then took to the stage to tell a first-hand story about how she sought help at a domestic violence shelter.
This followed straight into an emotional performance from Katy Perry who sang By The Grace Of God.
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Katy's pop rival Lady Gaga then performed with Tony Bennett, after the pair had done for their jazz album Cheek To Cheek.
Kanye was back on stage to perform with Rihanna and Paul McCartney to perform their new single FourFiveSeconds.
Rihanna gave a spirited vocal performance, and Paul played guitar and Kanye rapped.
The next collaboration of the night was between Sam Smith and Mary J. Blige, who sang his track Stay With Me.
Legendary singer Prince took to the stage as a presenter, with a special message for the audience.
"Albums, remember those? Albums still matter. Like books and black lives, they still matter," he said before announcing Album Of The Year.
Beck seemed to be a somewhat surprise recipient of the award, and even Kanye West almost jumped to the stage, paying homage to his 2009 VMA incident when he interrupted Taylor Swift's performance.
However, Beyonce had the last laugh putting on an incredible performance of Take My Hand, Precious Lord.
Gwyneth Paltrow introduced the performance, telling the crowd Beyonce's mother Tina Knowles used to sing the song to Beyonce as a child.
Beyonce then introduced John Legend and Common for the final performance of the night, singing Glory from the movie Selma.
- Daily Mail