The biggest night in music is here. The 61st Annual Grammy Awards will be live from Los Angeles tonight. CBS News will bring you all the winners, snubs and performances right here.
Watch a live stream before the Grammy awards start featuring Enterainment Tonight’s Nancy O’Dell, Kevin Frazier and Keltie Knight, with The Talk‘s Eve, will be hosting the official GRAMMYs red carpet at 4:00 p.m. PT, followed by the show itself, airing on CBS and streaming on CBS All Access at 5:00 p.m.
Follow Grammy Awards live updates below:
- Ariana Grande wins her first Grammy, best pop vocals for “Sweetener”
- Childish Gambino wins best music video for “This Is America”
- Beck’s “Colors” wins best alternative music album
- Dave Chappelle takes home best comedy album for “Equanimity & the Bird Revelation”
Ariana Grande wins first Grammy
Ariana Grande skipped this year’s ceremony but won her first Grammy Award in her career. The 25-year-old singer won the award for best pop vocals for her album “Sweetener.” She tweeted her thanks Sunday evening.
How to watch 2019 Grammys
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Leading the field
Kendrick Lamar has the most nominations of the night with eight. He’s being recognized for his work on the soundtrack of Marvel’s “Black Panther,” including his single “All the Stars” with SZA.
Drake is up for seven awards for his latest album “Scorpion.” His single “God’s Plan” is up for song of the year (for songwriters) and record of the year (for artist, engineers, mixers).