Grammy Awards 2021: everything you need to know before the ceremony
The world's most prestigious music awards ceremony takes place this Sunday evening in Los Angeles and will be broadcast on CStar on Monday, featuring women in numbers, with Beyoncé leading the way with 9 nominations.
The Grammy Awards are being held this Sunday at 5 p.m.in Los Angeles (United States), or 1 a.m.in France.The most prestigious musical awards ceremony will be broadcast in full on CStar this Monday evening at 9 p.m.Tour d ' horizon of points to remember about this American musical high mass.
The ceremony adapts to the Covid
The Grammy Awards were due to be held on January 31, but the Recording Academy, an association of music professionals in the United States and organizer of the event, postponed the event until March 14 due to the health crisis.will take place without an audience and will be presented by comedian Trevor Noah.She will mix recorded footage and live performances online.Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B will be there, but it seems complicated for them to perform their hit on stage " WAP ”riddled with sexual metaphors.Taylor Swift and young Billie Eilish, who won the four most prestigious awards last year, will also sing.The organizers also announce the popstar Dua Lipa, the rapper Roddy Ricch, Post Malone as well as Latin trap champion Bad Bunny, Harry Styles and Korean pop group BTS.
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They are nominated in almost all categories.Beyoncé in the lead, with 9 nominations.The 39-year-old pop star could well expand her collection of 24 Grammys.She appears in the categories recording and song of the year, with her title " Black Parade ”released in June, in tribute to anti-racist protests sparked by the deaths of George Floyd and other African Americans killed by police.
Posted Date: 2021-03-15