Get Ready To Watch Grammys 2018 Start time, how to watch, nominees and more. Find out how to watch the Grammy Awards 2018 if you don’t have cable. The recording academy has announced the list of presenters who will hand out prizes and introduce music acts at 60th Annual Grammy Awards 2018.
Grammy Awards 2018 Time, Show Schehule
Date: 28th January, 018, 4:30 pm PST
Most Nominated: J-Z (8)
Host: James Corden
Location: New York City, New York City, Madison Square Garden, United States
The Grammy Awards 2018 night of music is almost right in the corner. The 60th Grammy Awards, hosted by James Corden, will be performed on Sunday, January 28, starring Bruno Mars, Cardi B, SZA, Lewis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, Kendrick Lama, they will be included on U2, Sam Smith and more.
Grammy Awards live 2018
Jay-Z leads Grammy nomination this year, with eight nods, her wife, one year later, received Beyonce, nine Grammy nominations. This year’s biggest awards are the child artist Gamini, Kendri Lama and Bruno Mars. Around 13,000 members voted on recording 22,000 this year’s submission.
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This year’s Grammy Awards for the victims of the live music event will perform another miracle note, Erich Church, Marion Morris and Brothers Armstrong. Artists performing at the 91st Harvest Festival last night, where at least 58 people were killed by a gunman shot dead in Las Vegas on October 1, resulting in deadly mass riots in recent US history.
2018 Grammy awards near the corner, and here you need to know what the show in Australia is all about.
Sunday, January 28 (Monday, January 29 in Australia) Live in Grammy Wind from New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Foxel’s E! Red Carpet Streaming will start at 9.30 am on Monday. Channel 7 will show the show at 11.30am.
And do not worry, 9TheFIX will bring you all the OMG moment from red carpet and big show. And it certainly shapes up to be one of the history books.
Presently nominated child artist Jammino, Lady Gaga, Little Buag Town and Pink announced for the first time this year’s show. In addition, Rihanna, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars and Cardi B, Kesha, and U2 are expected in phases. Michael Cyrus will pay homage to Elton John, who recently announced retirement from the tour, played one of his icon songs.