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FILE – Trevor Noah appears at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on March 14, 2021. Noah is hosting the Grammy Awards for a third consecutive year. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, file) PA

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“I just EGOT!”

— Viola Davis, picking up her Grammy Award for a spoken word album. Davis has an Emmy for “How to Get Away With Murder,” an Oscar for “Fences,” a Tony for “King Hedley II” and “Fences,” and now a Grammy for his audiobook performance of his memoir “Finding Me.” .



Bebe Rexha’s bright pink halter dress is Moschino. He twists and turns from the neck to the ground. And like Doja Cat, she accessorized with matching long gloves.



Eric Schilling couldn’t accept his Grammy Award because he had to work. At the Grammys.

No, he doesn’t run the bar, but the mix engineer records and mixes the Grammys show.

He won Best Immersive Album for “Divine Tides.”

“Hi Eric! If you can see us on screen, we won!” said Herbert Waltl, who won the award along with Schilling, Ricky Kej and Police drummer Stewart Copeland.



All eyes are on Beyoncé, who has the chance to become the artist with the most Grammy Awards tonight. She’s on her way, winning her first Grammy on what could be a historic day and night.

She won her 29th career trophy for Best Electronic Dance Recording at the start of the premiere ceremony. The win puts Beyoncé in second place for most Grammys of all time, breaking the tie with legendary producer Quincy Jones.

If she wins three more before the end of the day, she will be the biggest Grammy winner of all time. She is nominated for eight others.



Doja Cat warmed up the Grammys red carpet in a skintight, shiny Versace. She topped off her sparkly look with long black gloves and cropped black hair.


1 p.m.

‘Assassins Creed: Valhalla’ won the first-ever Grammy Award for a video game soundtrack.

Composer Stephanie Economou accepted the award, a new category created this year. She thanked everyone who fought for the category to be created.

“Thank you for acknowledging and validating the power of game music,” she said.

She beat the composers who worked on “Aliens: Fireteam Elite”, “Call of Duty: Vanguard”, “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Old World”.



“Encanto” won the first two Grammys of the night. The 2021 Disney film won Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media and Best Soundtrack awards. The soundtrack included last year’s mega hit “We Don’t Talk About Bruno”. Soundtrack writer Lin-Manuel Miranda was not present, but gave thanks during both acceptance speeches.



The Grammys red carpet opens five hours before the show starts, but it doesn’t take long to walk through it. Let’s go around it.



“I keep thinking about when I was 16, when I was 20, what would it have been like for me if I had seen the kind of visibility that there is now? “

— Grammy-nominated sitar player Anoushka Shankar on South Asian representation in the music industry. She was accompanied by her sister and fellow nominee Norah Jones and added that one of her best friends, ‘Never Have I Ever’ actress Poorna Jagannathan, helped her get dressed today.


12:30 p.m.

So what can you expect from the first ceremony, which starts now? Approximately 80 rewards will be given out during this pre-release event. Among the categories scheduled for this ceremony are the best rap song; best alternative music album; and best audiobook recording, narration and narration.

The premiere ceremony is hosted by Randy Rainbow, best known for his musical parodies. Presenters include poet Amanda Gorman, actor Myles Frost, jazz musician Arturo O’Farrill, singer Judy Collins and R&B star Babyface. Performers include jazz singer Samara Joy, sitar player Anoushka Shankar and Pakistani singer Arooj Aftab, Colombian singer Carlos Vives and singer Madison Cunningham.


12 p.m.

The first ceremony should start in just half an hour. Check out our guide on how to watch the pre-show offer and the main event.



The 2023 Grammy Awards show is upon us. With the notoriously long red carpet set to roll out in a matter of hours, it’s time to consider our writers’ predictions for the evening.

Most of the awards will be handed out before the CBS telecast begins, but we’ll keep you posted on the premiere ceremony countdowns.

The AP will host its own red carpet show, featuring a mix of fashion and interviews. It will be broadcast on YouTube, Twitter and right here on


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