James Corden says he won't sing as Grammy host

Beyonce leads the pack going into the show with nine award nominations, including one for "Album of the Year" for her release, "Lemonade".

Meanwhile, Sony's Columbia Records pulled in more Grammy nominations in the four major categories (Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist) than any other record label.

Capping off a week of CBS This Morning special reports about The Grammys, the network's Los Angeles-based national correspondent Ben Tracy sat down with the host of this weekend's 59th annual affair.

Beyonce and her longtime husband Jay-Z will be right up front at tonight's 2017 Grammy Awards as Beyonce is one of the biggest stars of the night.

She won the best pop vocal album and best pop solo performance grammys.

While fans are divided as to who they feel should win, Billboard feels that Beyonce will win most awards this year.

Another confirmed Grammys performer is Adele, who returns to the Staples Center after a less-than-smooth performance at the 2016 awards.

The Late Late Show's James Corden will host this year's ceremony. Additionally, Chance The Rapper is pegged at -350 as the favorite to win Best New Artist.

Blackstar won another Grammy as Jonathan Barnbrook received the award for best recording package for his innovative artwork on the album.

And the T-Dot is especially well represented: Daystar "Tory Lanez" Peterson is nominated for Best R&B Song for "Luv", as is Jahron "PartyNextDoor" Brathwaite for "Come and See Me", co-written by Drake and 40. The evening is also expected to include a tribute to Prince featuring a reunited The Time and Bruno Mars.

But all eyes on Sunday night were on Adele and Beyonce, who are both competing for album of the year.

  • Salvatore Jensen