Five years ago, Adele upset Beyoncé for album of the year at the Grammys. Will lightning strike twice Sunday night?
Both the Beyhive and Adele faithful have rooting interests going into the 65th Grammy Awards. With a leading nine nominations, Beyoncé needs just four victories to become the most-winning Grammy artist of all time. But for the night’s biggest prize, she faces not only Adele but also Harry Styles, Lizzo, Bad Bunny and – a blast from the past – ABBA, among others.
Stay tuned for all the winners and highlights from the Premiere Ceremony pre-show (3:30 p.m. EST/12:30 PST) and the main event (8 EST /5 PST).
Who’s ready for the Grammy Awards red carpet?
The Grammys are usually a place where musicians strut their most interesting stuff. (Lady Gaga’s egg entrance, anyone?) You can get a look at all this year’s looks during the Recording Academy’s “Live from the Red Carpet” livestream scheduled to begin at 6 EST/3 PST on live.grammy.com. E!’s “Live from the Red Carpet” special is slated to start at the same time, co-hosted by Laverne Cox and Bobby Bones, and that’s preceded by a “Live From E!: Countdown to the Grammys” pre-show at 4 EST/1 PST.
How to watch the 65th Grammy Awards
If you like watching musicians accept trophies, the Premiere Ceremony is for you as it doles out the vast majority – 81 of 91 Grammys – of the honors. Streaming on the Recording Academy’s YouTube channel and live.grammy.com., the early event is hosted by Randy Rainbow and features performances by Blind Boys of Alabama, Samara Joy and more.
Once you’ve sat through that, or just want to see the major Grammys awarded, the more performance-heavy main show airs live on CBS and streams on Paramount+.
Read more about this year’s Grammy Awards and nominees
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