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With everything else, you may not have noticed that the Grammy Awards are tomorrow, Sunday, March 14th – two months behind schedule. There will be music, there will be awards, and since the nominees will take part in the ceremony virtually, there will likely be technical difficulties. Here’s how to watch the 63rd annual Grammy Awards.
What’s going on with the Grammys this year?
Aside from a two-month delay, the 63rd annual Grammy Awards will have some notable differences from previous years. First, this year’s ceremony is taking place in their usual location – the Staples Center in downtown LA – in a secret building in LA that has been thoroughly cleaned to make it as COVID-safe as possible. Rolling Stone reports. Apart from a few media representatives, there will also be no audience, as all nominees can safely tune in from home. Trevor Noah will be the host.
How to see the Grammy Awards
It’s an awards show, which means there will be hours of coverage before the event officially begins. The so-called “63. GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony, ”which will begin streaming at 3pm EST Grammy.com. Half an hour later, red carpet coverage begins and will be broadcast on both Grammys website and his facebook page.
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And now for the main event. If you have a cable or TV antenna that you can use to watch local area networks, tune in to CBS at 8:00 p.m. EST. Otherwise you will need access to a Streaming service with live TV with CBS like YouTube TV, Hulu With Live TV, Fubo TV or AT&T TV Now. CBS All Access – which will soon be revamped as the new version of Paramount Plus – is also an option. Each of these comes with the usual free trial version (in case you haven’t used up yours).