It’s that time of year again! The GRAMMYs are quickly approaching, and we’ve got everything you need to know about the award show before you watch on Sunday, February 10th.
For starters, LL Cool J will be making his second appearance as the host of the 55th annual GRAMMY Awards.
America’s sweetheart Taylor Swift will be kicking off the show with a performance at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and is up for a couple awards. Looks like this will be another great night for the country singer.
Bajan beauty Rihanna will be appearing in a special performance with Bruno Mars and Sting, and is nominated for three awards, including Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. Bruno Mars is also on the come-up with a nomination for Best Rap Song for “Young, Wild and Free” with Snoop Lion and Wiz Khalifa.
Adding to what is expected to be the year of Beyonce, the 16-time GRAMMY winner is looking to add more awards to her GRAMMY family collection, and will be presenting as well!
American Idol veteran Kelly Clarkson is nominated for three GRAMMY awards this year. Hopefully she’ll have a few to take home to add to the two GRAMMYs she previously earned.
The singer is up for Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo for her hit record “Stronger,” and Best Pop Vocal Album for Stronger. She’s also on the list of performers we can’t wait to see.
And for those Justin Timberlake fans who are excited for his upcoming project, you can expect to see the “Suit and Tie” singer touch down on stage with a highly-anticipated performance. We know he won’t disappoint.
This year’s presenters include the legendary seven-time GRAMMY award winner Prince, Jennifer Lopez, Pauly Perrette and Hunter Hayes, actors Neil Patrick Harris and Kaley Cuoco, and singers Carly Rae Jepson and Katy Perry, who are both nominated for GRAMMYs. Hopefully those two lovely ladies get the chance to grace the stage more than once that night.
Don’t forget to tune into CBS this Sunday at 8 p.m. EST. You won’t want to miss any of this!
Who are you looking forward to see perform or win this year?