The 57th annual Grammy Awards take place this Sunday, February 8 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and once again it is being hosted by fan favorite and rap icon LL Cool J.
Consumer Press has everything you need to know to watch including time, free live streaming options, red carpet coverage and predictions.
Show Time: 8 P.M. (EST)/ 5 P.M. (PST) on CBS.
Free Live streaming is available on your PC through CBS.com, but you must sign-in using a participating cable provider.
Those who want to live stream on their phone or tablet can do so with CBS All Access, which has a 1 week free-trial currently available (after the 1 week it is $5.99 a month to keep using it).
Coverage may not be available in all areas, so check before downloading the app.
You can also access free live streaming coverage through the official Grammy website for exclusive content, but not to watch the actual awards.
Red Carpet & After-show Coverage: E! will be covering all the red carpet glamour and the after party reactions and recaps.
Countdown to Red Carpet airs from 4-6 P.M. (EST) / 1-3 P.M (PST) and will be hosted by Guiliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne and others to bring you behind the scenes look and special performances.
E! Live From The Red Carpet airs from 6-8 P.M. (EST)/ 3-5 P.M. (PST) and will be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Guiliana Rancic, with live stream coverage being handled by Terrence Jenkins and Carissa Loethen.
They will have the Glam Cam 360 going along with a new interactive online fan experience called “Fan Up”: you vote online using #ERedCarpet and they broadcast the results while the starts are strutting their stuff.
E! Official Grammy After Party airs at 11:30 P.M. (EST). 8:30 P.M. (PST) and will be hosted by Khloe Khardashian, Christina Milian and Zanna Roberts to recap all the winners and losers and give you live interviews with all the celebrities.
This year’s nominees offer up an eclectic mix of artists and the scheduled performer include Katy Perry, Rhianna with Paul McCartney and Kanye West, Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga and more.
Beyonce`, Pharrell and Sam Smith lead all nominees with 6 each, while Iggy Azalea, Jay Z, Usher and Drake each have four.
Fans will be interested to know that Beyonce` is now the mos nominated female artist in the history of the Grammy’s and Miley Cyrus is up for her first Grammy as her album ‘Bangerz’ is nominated for best pop vocal album.
Sam Smith is looking like the favorite for best new artist and record of the year while Beyonce` is looking strong to take album of the year.
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