59th Annual GRAMMY Awards Live On CBS This Sunday
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Feb 12, 2017,
Feb 12, 2017, 15:35
The Grammy website reads: "Follow GRAMMY Live on GRAMMY Sunday starting at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT and get unlimited access to all the red carpet action, artist arrivals and interviews". However, if that doesn't appeal to you, you can also stream the Grammys by watching on any other service that allows you to stream CBS live - that means using your access to Xfinity, Optimum, or Spectrum's apps, or, depending on where you live, using Playstation Vue, since only some areas have CBS. James Corden will host. Maybe, he'll even go the literal extra mile by driving on to the stage doing carpool karaoke.
Corden said it's up to the celebrities to decide when and where to speak out - and what to say. "My qualification is that I'm a massive fan of everybody in that room, and I'm going to try and share that with the audience". "It's a little bit of a popularity contest". But this year, organisers decided it's time for some new blood and they found that in James Corden.
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Another eight-time nominee, Kanye West, still recovering from his meltdown and a pre-inauguration visit to U.S. President Donald Trump, isn't expected to be at the Grammys either, although he threatened as much when he told Oakland concertgoers in October he'd boycott the show if Frank Ocean's Blonde wasn't nominated. Yet both West and Drake will skip the awards show, as will fellow nominee Justin Bieber. News. Think about all the times Jennifer Lawrence has photo bombed another celeb, when they've flubbed their interview, or when Rancic makes a dumb observation.
And of course, the awards themselves. There will also be some superstar collaborations, including Lady Gaga with Metallica, William Bell with Gary Clark Jr., Maren Morris with Alicia Keys, Anderson.
Adele and Beyonce are preparing to battle it out for top honours at the Grammy Awards. And John Legend and Cynthia Ervio will team up for an emotional In Memoriam segment. CBS also promises special tributes for George Michael and Prince, though the details are under wraps. And things are sure to get emotional.
Nor is Justin Bieber, who stated in an Instagram post following an appearance at the 2016 Billboard Awards: "I don't know about these award shows". News before the 2017 Grammys. "It's a amusing thing, but it changes people's attitude about what we're doing, or even our life decisions".
"I feel more nervous for this than I've ever felt for anything I've ever done before, truly".
Adele at the 2012 Grammy Awards. Let us know your take in the comments section below!