Best Of Music To Be Honored Sunday At GRAMMY Awards On CBS
- Author: Larry Hoffman Feb 13, 2017,
Feb 13, 2017, 1:56
Another thing to look forward to is the rumoured boycott of the Grammy Awards by several A-list artists including Drake and Justin Bieber who are said to be making a point about the show's irrelevance and lack of diversity. You can also stream it live online on CBS's website. If she wins in all nine categories, she would break the overall record for Grammys won in a single night, breaking the record of eight shared by Michael Jackson and Santana. More coverage, including red carpet coverage, is available on Grammy.com and on E!
Airing on CBS this year, the 2017 Grammy Awards will air live on television as well as online.
The Grammys are always live when it comes to the east coast, but past year was the first time the west coast got to watch the awards live. His series of carpool Karaoke, make the British comedian to ideal host for the Grammy Award Show 2017.
The 2017 Grammy Awards air on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. VH1, India's global music channel, is bringing the live event from Staples Center on Indian television. Along with bringing quality worldwide content to India, we are also excited to provide a money-can't-buy experience by sending one lucky victor to attend the Grammys like a VIP. Though the Grammys typically makes little use of its host when compared to the Academy Awards and Golden Globes.
Beyonce's other nominations include bids in the rock, pop, R&B and rap categories. This year's Grammys will be hosted by James Corden of Carpool Karaoke fame, and feature performances from the newly pregnant Threeyonce (Beyonce + 2), Adele, The Weeknd, Daft Punk, Chance the Rapper and more.
Several honors were awarded in the pre-telecast ceremony early Sunday.
But a source close to the situation who was not authorized to speak publicly confirmed to USA TODAY that Bey is on the bill to deliver her usual boffo performance, as she has done at the Grammys in the past.
According to The Recording Academy, the show will feature special tributes to Prince, a seven-time Grammy victor who died in April at the age of 57, and George Michael, a two-time Grammy victor who died at the age of 53 in December.