See how to tune in to the year’s biggest music awards ceremony below.
Like the rest of us, you’re probably still recovering from the eventful and buzzy evening that was the 94th Academy Awards—but the show, as they say, must go on. As awards season continues to unfold, prepare to also honor the year’s best music artists come this Sunday at the Grammys.
This year, singer-songwriter Jon Batiste leads the pack of nominees with 11 total nods, followed by Justin Bieber, H.E.R. and Doja Cat—each with eight nominations. (If Doja wins, we can only pray she has a change of heart surrounding her decision to quit music). Close behind are Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo, both of whom earned seven nominations for their albums, select songs, and records.
Other nominated albums include Taylor Swift’s Evermore, Lil Nas X’s Montero, and Kanye West’s Donda. And among the nominated songs are Silk Sonic’s “Leave the Door Open” and Justin Bieber’s “Peaches” (featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon). Also, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett’s “I Get a Kick Out of You” (from their second joint jazz album, Love for Sale, released in 2021) is among the nominated records.
Like in previous years, the ceremony will see plenty of performers take the stage, including nominees Batiste, H.E.R., Eilish, and Lil Nas X. We can also expect to see BTS bring justice to their Best Pop Duo/Group Performance nomination with their live showing of 2021’s hit song “Butter.”
The awards ceremony will be broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas this Sunday. To find out who the winners are in real time (while enjoying many of their stellar live performances), see how to follow the event below.
Where to Watch
You can also livestream the event via Paramount+ with a $5 ad-free monthly subscription with a seven-day free trial, as well as with its ad-free $10/month Premium Plan.
When to Watch
Tune in to the ceremony this Sunday, April 3, at 8 p.m. ET, or earlier, at 6:30 p.m., to see the red carpet.