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Where to Watch the 2021 GRAMMY Awards LIVE

Where to Watch the 2021 GRAMMY Awards

WHERE TO WATCH THE GRAMMYS?

 

Watch the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Mar. 14 on CBS and streaming on Paramount+ at 8p.m. ET/ 5p.m. PT.

 

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2021 GRAMMYS SCHEDULE

Watch the 63rd GRAMMY Premiere Ceremony on YouTube

GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony

Music’s Biggest Night kicks off with the Premiere Ceremony, featuring 8 special performances and more than 70 GRAMMYs awarded across music genres ranging from classical and jazz to R&B, Global music and more. Tune-in to celebrate nominees, winners, and outstanding creators working behind the scenes.

  3pm ET / 12pm PT  
Watch the 63rd GRAMMY Awards pre-show

GRAMMY Live Pre-Show and Red Carpet Coverage Presented by IBM & Facebook

GRAMMY Live takes you behind-the-scenes with backstage access, retrospectives from GRAMMY history including Album of the Year and Best New Artist, pre-show interviews, Premiere Ceremony highlights, and GRAMMY Debates with Watson.

  6:30pm ET / 3:30pm PT  
Watch the 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards on CBS

Tune-in to the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards Show ONLY on CBS & Paramount+

Music’s Biggest Night is only on CBS! During the telecast, visit GRAMMY.com for acceptance speeches and interviews with the night’s winners.

  8pm ET / 5pm PT  
Watch the 63rd GRAMMY Awards wrap show

GRAMMY Live Wrap Show

Don’t Miss A Beat. Check out the greatest moments of the 2021 GRAMMYs, featuring a full recap of the night’s winners, performance and fashion highlights, backstage interviews, and more!

  12am ET / 9pm PT  

Visit the GRAMMY Week Events Calendar to experience the action leading up to Music's Biggest Night!

 

HOST + PERFORMERS

 
Bad Bunny
Bad Bunny
Bad Bunny


  • Career nominations: 5 
  • Current nominations: 2 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Un Dia (One Day)”) 
    • Best Latin Pop or Urban Album (YHLQMDLG) 
Black Pumas
Black Pumas
Black Pumas


  • Career nominations: 4 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Record Of The Year (“Colors”) 
    • Album Of The Year (“Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition)”) 
    • Best American Roots Performance (“Colors”)
BTS
BTS
BTS


  • Career nominations: 1 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Dynamite”) 
Brandi Carlile
Brandi Carlile
Brandi Carlile


  • Five-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 12 
  • Current nominations: 2 
    • Best Country Song (“Crowded Table”) 
    • Best Song Written For Visual Media (“Carried Me With You [From Onward]”) 
DaBaby
DaBaby
DaBaby


  • Career nominations: 6 
  • Current nominations: 4 
    • Record Of The Year (“Rockstar”) 
    • Best Rap Performance (“Bop”) 
    • Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Rockstar”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“Rockstar”) 

 

Doja Cat
Doja Cat
Doja Cat


  • First-time GRAMMY nominee  
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Record Of The Year (“Say So”) 
    • Best New Artist  
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Say So”) 
Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish


  • Five-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 10 
  • Current nominations: 4 
    • Record Of The Year ("Everything I Wanted") 
    • Song Of The Year ("Everything I Wanted") 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance ("Everything I Wanted") 
    • Best Song Written For Visual Media (“No Time To Die [From No Time To Die]”)
HAIM
HAIM
HAIM


  • Career nominations: 3 
  • Current nominations: 2 
    • Album Of The Year (“Women In Music Pt. III”) 
    • Best Rock Performance (“The Steps”)
Brittany Howard
Brittany Howard
Brittany Howard


  • Four-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Current nominations: 5 
    • Best Rock Song (“Stay High”) 
    • Best Rock Performance (“Stay High”) 
    • Best Alternative Music Album (Jaime) 
    • Best R&B Performance (“Goat Head”) 
    • Best American Roots Performance (“Short And Sweet”)
Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert


  • Two-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 21 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Best Country Solo Performance (“Bluebird”) 
    • Best Country Song (“Bluebird”) 
    • Best Country Album (Wildcard) 
Lil Baby
Lil Baby
Lil Baby


  • Career nominations: 2 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Best Rap Performance (“The Bigger Picture”)
Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa


  • Two-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 8 
  • Current nominations: 6 
    • Record Of The Year (“Don’t Start Now”) 
    • Album Of The Year  (Future Nostalgia) 
    • Song Of The Year (“Don’t Start Now”) 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Don’t Start Now”) 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Un Dia (One Day)”) 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (Future Nostalgia) 
Chris Martin
Chris Martin
Chris Martin


  • Seven-time GRAMMY winner  
  • Career nominations: 35 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Album Of The Year (Everyday Life) 
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion
Megan Thee Stallion


  • First-time GRAMMY nominee 
  • Current nominations: 4 
    • Record Of The Year (“Savage”) 
    • Best New Artist 
    • Best Rap Performance (“Savage”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“Savage”) 
Maren Morris
Maren Morris
Maren Morris


  • One-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 11 
  • Current nominations: 1 
    • Best Country Song (“The Bones”) 
Post Malone
Post Malone
Post Malone


  • Career nominations: 9 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Record Of The Year (“Circles”) 
    • Album Of The Year (Hollywood’s Bleeding) 
    • Song Of The Year (“Circles”)
Roddy Ricch
Roddy Ricch
Roddy Ricch


  • One-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 9 
  • Current nominations: 6 
    • Record Of The Year (“Rockstar”) 
    • Song Of The Year (“The Box”) 
    • Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Rockstar”) 
    • Best Melodic Rap Performance (“The Box”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“The Box”) 
    • Best Rap Song (“Rockstar”)
Harry Styles
Harry Styles
Harry Styles


  • First-time GRAMMY nominee 
  • Current nominations: 3 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Watermelon Sugar”) 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (Fine Line) 
    • Best Music Video (“Adore You”)
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift


  • Ten-time GRAMMY winner 
  • Career nominations: 41 
  • Current nominations: 6 
    • Album Of The Year (Folklore) 
    • Song Of The Year (“Cardigan”) 
    • Best Pop Solo Performance (“Cardigan”) 
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Exile”) 
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (Folklore) 
    • Best Song Written For Visual Media (“Beautiful Ghosts [From Cats]”)
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GRAMMY Awards Program Book

 

Read the official program book for the 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards

 

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WHO’S NOMINATED?

 

View the full list of nominees.

 

STREAM + WATCH THE GRAMMYS ONLINE

 
Stream the GRAMMY Awards on Paramount Plus
 

Stream the 2021 GRAMMYs live on your computer, smartphone, tablet, connected device or smart TV with Paramount+ and the Paramount+ app. Visit paramountplus.com/live-tv or download the app.

 

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