The 2023 Grammy Awards had the theme “Back to Normal” after several years of schedule and venue changes due to COVID-19. The 65th annual ceremony will take place on Sunday at its traditional location, downtown Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena (formerly the Staples Center). This year’s event features a star-studded lineup of performers, including Bad Bunny, Lizzo, and Brandi Carlile, as well as a group of artists led by Beyoncé, who have the potential to make Grammy history.
The R&B-pop artist has received nine nominations and needs four victories to surpass all previous Grammy winners. But we are aware that you have concerns about the fundamentals. Here is everything you need to know about this year’s ceremony, from the top candidates to the schedule of performances.
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When Will The Grammy Awards Start?
At 8 EST/5 PST, Sunday’s show will stream live on Paramount+ and be broadcast on CBS. Only 10 of Sunday’s 91 prizes are presented during the show, dominated by performances. The remaining honors will be presented during the Premiere Ceremony pre-show at 3:30 EST/12:30 PST. The early event of this year, hosted by Randy Rainbow and taking place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, includes musical performances by Samara Joy and the Blind Boys of Alabama.
How Can I Watch the Red Carpet at The Grammys?
The Premiere Ceremony, and the “Live from the Red Carpet” livestream, which starts at 6 EST/3 PST on live.grammy.com, is part of this year’s Recording Academy’s expansion of its online offerings. At 6 EST/3 PST, E”Live !’s from the Red Carpet” special also airs.
Who Will Be Performing at the Grammys 2023?
There are always surprises, so can we still hold out for a Beyoncé or Adele performance? Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Stevie Wonder, Mary J. Blige, Chris Stapleton, Smokey Robinson, Brandi Carlile (Instagram), Luke Combs, Lizzo, Sam Smith, and Kim Petras are among the lineup’s star performers. In this year’s In Memorium segment, Kacey Musgraves plays “Coal Miner’s Daughter” in honor of Loretta Lynn, Sheryl Crow collaborates with Mick Fleetwood and Bonnie Raitt on “Songbird” in honor of Christine McVie, and Maverick City Music performs “Takeoff” in honor of Migos.
Who is Delivering a Grammy?
Jill Biden, the first lady, is one of the unexpected presenters. Cardi B, James Corden, Billy Crystal, Viola Davis (who is vying for an EGOT), Olivia Rodrigo, Shania Twain, and Dwayne Johnson will all be present to support her.
Who Has Been Most Nomination for the Grammys?
With nine nominations, Beyoncé is in the first place, with “Renaissance” winning album of the year. She will compete against Adele (“30”), who received seven nominations in that category. For his first album in five years, “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (wiki),” hip-hop genius Kendrick Lamar received eight nominations. Americana sensation Brandi Carlile is up for seven prizes.
Which Musicians Weren’t Nominated for Grammys This Year?
Kanye West and Jay-Z could have competed for the title of most-awarded rapper, but his “Donda 2” effort received little attention. Other well-known artists we anticipated seeing include Carrie Underwood, whose album “Denim & Rhinestones” and single “Ghost Story” were not nominated; Ed Sheeran, whose fifth album, “Equals,” featured some of his best work, including “The Joker and the Queen”; Demi Lovato, whose album “Holy Fv—” is the most powerful of her career; and Nicki Minaj.
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Who Will Present at the Grammys?
After seven years as host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah recently announced his retirement. He will return for a third time. For Noah, who managed a hybrid ceremony in 2021 at the Los Angeles Convention Center and the hastily rescheduled celebration at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena last year, it’s the first “regular” Grammys.
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