Grammy Awards: Most unforgettable red carpet outfits

Beyonce and Adele will be having the biggest diva battle of the night, as the two ladies are up for the majority of the award show's big categories. Artists slated to play on stage will wow all who are watching with their heartfelt and bass-shattering performances.

The list includes multi-nominated British vocal powerhouse Adele, R&B crooner Bruno Mars, and the lyrically dexterous Chance the Rapper, a nominee for best new artist.

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LOS ANGELES CA- FEBRUARY 12 Recording artist Beyonce performs onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center

E! News will also be offering a live stream feature from the Grammys red carpet, which will stream live online prior to the show via eonline.com from 4 p.m. ET. The Grammy Awards will air on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. EST on CBS. It costs $9.99 a month or $5.99 with limited commercials-but the latter option kindly allows for a free one-week trial. The CBS All Access mobile app is also available. "'I go back pretty deep on their catalogs and I've met them and talked to them and they're both attractive, incredible people so I'd probably have to root for Beyonce but I would say that obviously Adele is a force to be reckoned with and I wouldn't be mad if she won either".

On the strength of her huge hit LP "Lemonade", Beyonce leads the field with nine nominations. "Beyonce's audience are more involved, more active and more interested in what she's doing". Justin Bieber, Kanye West, and Drake are all expected to skip the ceremony this year: Bieber as part of an apparent dismissal of the awards as a whole, West in protest of deadline-related snubs for Frank Ocean's "Blonde" and "Endless" albums, and Drake due to a scheduling conflict with his ongoing "Boy Meets World" tour. Check out our predictions for the Big Four Grammys categories here. He takes over the hosting duties from LL Cool J, who held the gig for the last five years. The Grammys (voted by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences) make a lot of mistakes with their awards. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

  • Salvatore Jensen