Grammy Awards 2023: How to watch and who will win

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Will Adele continue her winning streak? Will Abba win their first Grammy? Will Beyoncé be snubbed again?

Axar.az reports that all these questions be answered when the 65th Grammy Awards take place in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Beyoncé leads the nominations, with nine in total, followed by Kendrick Lamar with eight, and Adele and Brandi Carlile, who have seven each.

Comedian Trevor Noah hosts the ceremony for the third year running, starting at 20:00 in LA (01:00 GMT).

This year, there are a staggering 91 categories, from best new age, ambient or chant album - shout out to Cheryl B. Engelhardt - to the night's biggest prize, album of the year.

There'll also be performances from some of music's biggest names, and bittersweet tributes to the stars we've lost.

The main show, which starts at 01:00 GMT, will be broadcast live in America on CBS, with streams on Paramount Plus and the website live.grammy.com.

However, live.grammy.com should be available to UK viewers; and red carpet coverage will be streamed on EW's YouTube channel. from 23:30GMT.

2023.02.05 / 16:58
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