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Funnyman James Corden of “The Late Late Show” will host the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, which air live on CBS at 8 p.m. EST.
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He’s nominated for his single “Love Yourself” in the best song and best pop solo performance categories.
“I have a huge soft spot for Adele, only because I’ve known her a very long time”. Get your first glimpse of the big stars before they take their seats inside. J.View released 401 Days in 2016 and is described as an album that redefines how music is encountered in the digital space. They apparently don’t think the Grammys are relevant for younger artists.
The evening’s biggest prize is only one of eight nominations Drake has in his pocket. Though the Grammys are a bit more relaxed in format, there’s no doubt that some of the winning artists and performers will make sure their voices and opinions are heard and then everyone can debate about it on social media the following day.
What better way to express discontent than before a massive crowd of mostly like-minded individuals who will nod and applaud you for speaking exactly their minds. This year’s rookie emcee will be CBS late-night host James Corden, which ought to be worth a few Carpool Karaoke jokes. This year, CBS will be airing the Grammys live and, like most years, you won’t want to miss the show as it happens. Remember Rihanna’s Giambattista Valli dress from 2015 Grammys?
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. We’ll guess Adele because of the more universal lyrics, though we’re rooting for Bieber (seriously) for last year’s most-covered song, not counting Prince’s “Purple Rain”. The stars set to hit the stage include Adele, Kelsea Ballerini, Chance The Rapper, Little Big Town, Lukas Graham, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, and Sturgill Simpson.