Grammy Winners Who Didn't Deserve to Win
- Author: Jacqueline Ellis Feb 12, 2017,
Feb 12, 2017, 0:21
Well, since the awards show itself will be airing at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, the red carpet show will be like the apertif before the entree, commencing on E! at 6 p.m. ET. In addition to the exclusive telecast on air, you can also catch the Grammy's at Harry's Bar in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore.
Beyoncé leads the charge with nine nominations, including song of the year, record of the year, and the night's most competitive prize, album of the year.
The lineup is bursting, and this is also the first time a streaming-only album could win a Grammy.
Recording Academy President Neil Portnow said "Purple Rain" singer Prince, and British star Michael, who both died suddenly in 2016, were "pop icons who showcased rare musical genius and otherworldly charisma".
The "Late Late Show's" James Corden is hosting the Grammys, which will be broadcast right here on WHNT News 19 Sunday night from Los Angeles. This year he has received five posthumous nominations for "Blackstar", his final recording. In addition to expected performers Beyonce, Katy Perry and Sturgill Simpson, who is performing at the Grammys? Check out our predictions for the Big Four Grammys categories here.
Best new artist contenders Kelsea Ballerini, the Chainsmokers, Chance the Rapper, Maren Morris, and Anderson Paak may become the evening's major success stories.