Where Do Stars Keep Their Grammys? Zedd, Daya & More Weigh In

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Daya poses in the press room with the award for best dance recording for "Don't Let Me Down" at the 59th annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles. 

With the Grammy Awards set to take place in New York on Jan. 28, a handful of prior winners share where they display their statues.

Grace Weber: "At my parents house... because I knew how much it would mean to them to open the package and see the Grammy certificate with my name on it."

Zedd: "I keep my Grammy at my house in L.A. It is mixed in with a bunch of art and personal pieces that mean something to me. It is fairly subtly place and not immediately visible."

Jack Patterson, Clean Bandit: "Luke and I keep our Grammys in a specially constructed shrine to us in our parents' bathroom."

The Black Keys:
Dan Auerbach 
"I keep mine at my studio. My butler rubs them with baby oil once a month to keep them looking right.”
Patrick Carney "I keep mine at Al’s of Ohio pawn shop.” 

Drew Taggart, The Chainsmokers: “I keep my Grammy on a shelf filled with a bunch of things that are important to me. It gives the award the respect it deserves but is also a reminder that it is only one of many things I am thankful for.”

Pentatonix:
Kevin Olusola 
"I keep them on a mantel in front of my Steinway. Something about the musical synergy of those two pieces across from each other make me veeeery happy."
Kirstin Maldonado "I keep them on the dresser in my room because they inspire me as I wake and function in every day life more than I want to keep them somewhere in the open I don't engage in as often."
Mitch Grassi "They reside on my mantle, where I can always admire them and be reminded of the hard work and good memories I associate with my music career."
Scott Hoying "I keep my Grammys on my mantle, so every single time I walk into my house, I see them. I do that so I am constantly reminded that I’ve worked so incredibly hard and should be proud. They also inspire me to keep working hard! 

Daya“My parents took it back to my old house in Pittsburgh because they thought I’d lose or break it somehow. They’re probably right… but it still hurts.”

This article originally appeared in the Jan. 27 issue of Billboard. 

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