Then we got married and then we got divorced,” joked the producer, who has received a whopping 45 GRAMMY nominations -- winning 16 -- for his work with icons including Houston, Dion, Michael Jackson, Michael Bublé and Barbra Streisand.“Thinking about my divorces and the fact that all my ex-wives own half of everything…” he continued.
“This first song [“I Have Nothing”] is actually owned by the plaintiff.
”Music producer extraordinaire Quincy Jones presented Foster with his award, introducing him as “Canada’s most valuable export.” The honoree was accompanied by his daughters, stars Sara (and her tennis star husband, Tommy Haas) and Erin, who poked fun at her dad’s multiple marriages by sharing a video and pic of him with Mc Phee alongside captions including “Excited about my new step mom,” and “My parents.” EXCLUSIVE: Katharine Mc Phee and David Foster 'Nothing More Than Friends' The gala raised more than $1.2 million for the GRAMMY Museum’s newly expanded music education programs, largely thanks to an auction which saw one Foster fanatic from Austin, Texas, bidding $225,000 to have the musician perform at her home.
Foster’s longtime collaborator, Diane Warren, was also in attendance, describing him as brilliant and “the best musician I’ve ever met.” Video messages were played from others he has worked with, including Josh Groban and Seal, who joked, “Hi David, it’s your one black friend here.” NEWS: James Corden to Return as 2018 GRAMMY Awards Host But it was the the whole time it was on and I draw a lot of talent from that show.
Actually, all three songs are, but it certainly was a great time for me and Whitney!