Where to Watch the 2017 Grammy Awards

Posted February 13, 2017

We are predicting the winners of 32 Grammy Awards races.

Adele will go four for five, winning both Record and Song of the Year for her mega-hit single "Hello".

With nine nominations for the night, Beyonce will attempt to continue her reign in music as she competes for awards such as record of the year, album of the year and song of the year. Eastern. Just to note, this will be of the red carpet and backstage, not the actual awards on CBS. "This year our awards season kicked off with a phenomenal response to the Golden Globe Awards and with 2017 Grammys we hope to take it up a notch by integrating live viewer reactions on-air". The singer, who recently announced that she is pregnant with twins, is nominated for Lemonade that released past year. Well, whatever the Late Late Show host does dream up for the big night, Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent James Harris is pretty sure it's going to be fantastic.

The 22-year-old from London won the award for best arrangement, instrumental or a cappella for You And I and the gong for best arrangement, instruments and vocals for Flintstones. While that may be the most notable public-facing change to the show, the most important shift comes in how the people running the Grammys determined award eligibility this year.

In 2008, Tool lead singer Maynard James Keenan had this to say; "I think the Grammys are nothing more than some huge promotional machine for the music industry". I was probably watching in 1971 when "Bridge Over Troubled Water" won Best Song, Record and Album with almost a clean sweep.

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Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West follow Queen Bey with a total of eight nominations each.

Adele, Bruno Mars, Chance the Rapper, Maren Morris, Alicia Keys and The Weeknd are among those already announced for Sunday's broadcast.

Another confirmed Grammys performer is Adele, who returns to the Staples Center after a less-than-smooth performance at the 2016 awards.

Having been only the second time she performed the "Dreamgirls" track for an audience, Beyonce's "Listen" found its way onto the "I Am..." tour later that year.

As well as perhaps take time to pay tribute to George Michael, who helped launch the musical side of Corden's stratospheric career all those years ago.