The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards to air Monday, March 15 on 10

Trevor Noah

• While the Grammy Awards will look a little different this year, they’ll be no less illustrious

While the Grammy Awards will look a little different this year, they’ll be no less illustrious.

Usually award season’s first cab of the rank, The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards will finally take place live from Los Angeles, and aired exclusively on 10, from Monday, March 15th at 11.00am.

Hosted by The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, there will be performances by Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, Billie Eilish, Post Malone, Harry Styles, BTS, and Doja Cat.

With an audience-less venue containing five stages facing each other in a circle, the ceremony will highlight the year’s creative triumphs, social justice movements as well as Covid-19’s impact on the arts.

Front of house and backstage concert venue workers from three independent theatres including New York’s Apollo Theatre will present various categories throughout the night.

Ahead of the Grammys, Studio 10 will kick off from 7.00am for one day only.

The Grammys will be the second major awards show of the year, following on from the Golden Globes which aired earlier this month.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, this year the nominations were announced virtually – a first for the Golden Globes.

Netflix won big, taking a total of ten from their 42 nominations across film and television categories. The Crown was a major part of that, taking four of their six nominations.

The event was hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and this year was the fourth time the pair returned as hosts. Fey was live from New York’s Rainbow Room, Poehler was live from the Beverly Hilton, in Beverly Hills, and nominees were video calling in from various locations around the world.

The full list of winners from the 78th Golden Globes can be found here.

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards Monday, 15 March From 11.00am only on 10 and WIN.

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