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I.C.Y.M.I.: What to Expect at the 2021 Grammy Awards

2021 Grammy Awards

Greetings, fellow pop culture aficionados, and welcome to week 50 of our I.C.Y.M.I. (In Case You Missed It) blog series, where we recap a handful of trending tidbits from the past week(s) in popular culture, in case you missed them.

Last week in this space, we recapped some of the winners and best moments from the 2021 Golden Globe Awards. This week, we stick with the award-show theme, offering a preview of the 2021 Grammys. Read on!


2021 Grammy Awards: How To Watch, Performer Lineup, and More!

The 2021 award season continues at 5 p.m. PST Sunday, March 14 with the Grammy Awards taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center and airing on CBS.

Hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, the 63rd edition of Music's Biggest Night will hand out awards in 83 categories and feature a full lineup of performers through a mix of outdoor stage and remote programming. We'll see performances from Taylor Swift, BTS, Megan Thee Stallion, Bad Bunny, Harry Styles, and much, much more. MoPOP's 2019 Founders Award honoree Brandi Carlile will also take the stage, as will pop music phenomenon Dua Lipa, the closing keynote speaker at MoPOP's 2020 Pop Conference.

As for the night's potential honorees, Beyoncé tops the list with nine nominations, including a pair for Record of the Year for "Black Parade" and for her "Savage" remix with Megan Thee Stallion. Swift, Lipa, and Roddy Ricch hold six nominations each, with Lipa, who won Best New Artist at last year's awards, in the running for Record-, Album-, and Song- of the Year honors. Carlile, meanwhile, carries two nominations for Best Country Song and Best Song Written For Visual Media.

We'll even be live tweeting throughout the ceremony, so be sure to give us a follow on Twitter and join us for a candid music conversation online Sunday night!


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What'd We Miss?

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