Originally slated for Jan. 31, the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards were postponed to March 14 due to COVID-19 concerns in Los Angeles, where the ceremony will be held. Trevor Noah will host the ceremony at the Staples Center, which airs on CBS at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST.
As with other events during the pandemic, the Grammys will likely look very different this year. Only Noah, presenters and performers are expected to hit the stage, but your favorite stars will still be honored.
Think you know who this year’s richest Grammy nominees are? Keep reading to see if you guessed correctly.
She’s scored 79 Grammy nominations throughout her career, making Beyoncé the most Grammy-nominated woman ever. Queen Bey is up for nine awards this year, including record of the year, song of the year, best R&B performance and best R&B song for “Black Parade.” She’s also nominated for best rap performance, best rap song and record of the year for “Savage” — she’s competing against herself for the latter. Additionally, “Brown Skin Girl” is nominated for best music video and “Black is King” is up for best music film.
A brand new category for him, Kanye West earned his first nomination for best contemporary Christian music album this year for “Jesus is King.” He’s garnered an overwhelming 70 Grammy nods during his career.
The Grammys could be a very big night for Billie Eilish, who scored four nominations this year. She’s up for record of the year, song of the year and best pop solo performance for “Everything I Wanted.” Eilish is also nominated for best song written for visual media for “No Time to Die” — the theme from the upcoming James Bond movie “No Time to Die.”
This could be the year Travis Scott finally scores a Grammy, as he’s nominated for best melodic rap performance for his hit “Highest in the Room.” In total, the rapper has earned eight career Grammy nominations. Some of these include two nominations for best rap song — “Sicko Mode” and “New Slaves” — and album of the year for “Purpose.”
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Over the course of her career, Taylor Swift has scored an incredible 41 Grammy nominations — including six this year. She’s up for album of the year for “Folklore,” song of the year for “Cardigan,” best pop solo performance for “Cardigan,” best pop duo/group performance for “Exile,” best pop vocal album for “Folklore” and best song written for visual media for “Beautiful Ghosts” from the movie “Cats.”
Soulful crooner John Legend scored two Grammy nominations this year — best R&B performance for “Lightning & Thunder” and best R&B album for “Bigger Love.” A seriously talented artist, he’s earned a total of 33 career Grammy nods.
Country music superstar Miranda Lambert could take home three Grammys this year. She’s nominated for best country solo performance and best country song for “Bluebird” and best country album for “Wildcard.”
Grammy night could produce big wins for Lady Gaga, who is nominated for two awards. This includes best pop duo/group performance for “Rain on Me” and best pop vocal album for “Chromatica.” In total, she’s received 33 Grammy nominations throughout her career.
It’s been a few years since Justin Bieber’s last Grammy nomination, but this year, he’s back with four. This includes best pop solo performance for “Yummy,” best pop duo/group performance for “Intentions,” best pop vocal album for “Changes” and best country duo/group performance for “10,000 Hours.”
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