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Every year the music industry comes together to honor the best of the best. That momentous occasion is known as the Grammy Awards, and once again, that time has to come to see who will win big on music?s biggest night.

Hosting the event for the second time in a row is a 15-time Grammy award winner in her own right. Alicia Keys will play master of ceremonies once again in what promises to be a night to remember.

Leading the way in nominations this year is Lizzo, who has garnered an impressive eight nods at this year?s event. Following close behind her is both Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X with six nominations.

Besides being two of the night?s artists with the most nominations, Lizzo and Eilish will be performing as well. Also gracing the stage will be Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, and Aerosmith. And the night will also feature Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton performing live together for the first time.

This year?s prestigious special looks to outdo last year?s event and fans will not want to miss one moment of the action set to go down on this memorable night. Below is all the information you need to watch The 62nd annual Grammy Awards live on TV and online.

Here is a description of the special:

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony is scheduled for Jan. 26, 2020, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It will recognize the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year, running from Oct. 1, 2018 to Aug. 31, 2019. Alicia Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, will be hosting the event for the second time.

And here?s how you can watch The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards:

Date: Sunday, Jan. 26Start Time: 8 p.m. ESTEvent: 62nd annual Grammy AwardsTV Channel: CBSLive Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the CBS website or app.

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POSTED ONJANUARY 26, 2020Grammy Awards 2020 LiveGrammy Awards 2020: How to Watch and Stream Music?s Biggest Awards ShowWith nominees including Lizzo, Lil Nas X, and Billie Eilish, this is an awards show you won?t want to miss.

Awards season is in full swing! Following a Golden Globes full of red carpet moments and celebrity political commentary, it?s almost time to watch and stream the Grammys 2020 ceremony, which will celebrate some of the year?s best music, from Lizzo and Billie Eilish?s breakout moments to Ariana Grande and Beyonc?s continued success. We learned the nominations back in November, just before many of those same celebrities attended the American Music Awards, and on January 26 at 8 pm EST, the world will finally see who takes home the golden gramophones for Best New Artist, Album of the Year, and more. Alicia Keys is hosting again and the list of performers is getting exciting, too: all of the above artists except Beyonc are confirmed to take the stage, as are the Jonas Brothers, Tyler, the Creator, and more. If one thing?s for sure, it?s that the Grammys 2020 ceremony is not to be missed.

But how will you watch the Grammys 2020 show? If you?re not using a TV, watching the awards show will take a bit more planning, but we?ve found some options so you can stop worrying about how you?ll catch your favorite artist?s big win and start jamming out to the night?s performances. Read on to learn five ways to watch and stream the Grammys 2020.

CBSYour first option is CBS, which is the host network as usual for the Grammys 2020. If you have access to a TV (or are planning a watch party with a friend who does), you?re all set ? just flip to the channel when it?s time for the show. CBS also offers a streaming service, CBS All Access, where you can catch the show on any device. Full disclosure, though, that you can?t log in with a TV provider password like you can on some other networks: the service costs $5.99 per month, but there is a weeklong free trial. CBS All Access does have on-demand content in addition to live streaming, so if you opt to use the trial, it?s definitely worth checking out. You also can catch Entertainment Tonight?s red carpet coverage here starting at 7 pm, and how nice would it be to have your night?s watch agenda all in one place?

Youtube TVOne of the most popular places to enjoy music-focused content, YouTube will offer a Grammys 2020 stream through its YouTube TV service. You?ve probably got notifications to try this feature out while opening the app to check out Emma Chamberlain?s latest video or listen to some ASMR, so if your answer has repeatedly been ?not now,? good news: though the service costs $50 per month, a five-day free trial awaits. Your night will be as fun as a major star?s music video premiere as you alternate between enjoying the show and reading the comments section.

Hulu Live TVMany of us are already Hulu fans ? with original shows like The Handmaid?s Tale, The Act, and Looking for Alaska among plenty of other content, how could we not be? And while most probably have one of the lower-end plans, Hulu offers a Live TV service that you can use to stream the Grammys 2020. It starts at $55 a month, but you get a seven-day free trial to decide if you like the service.

AT&T TV NowFormerly called DirecTV Now, AT&T TV Now offers packages with channel options including HBO, MTV, and Hallmark. The Grammys stream here every year, so you?ll be sure not to miss any of the performances and awards, no matter what screen you use. A seven-day free trial is available here as well, so if you try this service (which is $65 a month if you commit), we recommend using your time wisely by exploring the full range of offerings during your post-ceremony burst of energy.

TwitterWhile we cannot guarantee success here, Twitter is home to a lot of music stan communities. Sometimes, if any of their favorites are performing, presenting, or nominated on the show, someone will stream it so fans worldwide can easily watch. Last year, fans of a certain K-Pop group we love posted a stream, and to figure out who might help the general public for the Grammys 2020, just peek through the nominations, pay attention to presenter and performer announcements, and think about who has the most active fanbases. This isn?t always the easiest or safest way to watch ? streams can be laggy, and they often get taken down ? so you might have a smoother experience using one of the other services, but if you?re not prepped to pay or do a free trial, Twitter might help you to see the Grammys 2020. Also, the Recording Academy and CBS will be airing red carpet content via the social media platform, so you can see all the best looks as well as what the stars have to say about the big night.

E!Of course, if red carpet content is what you?re looking for, E! will help you out. Starting at 6 pm EST on Twitter, Hulu with Live TV, and Youtube TV (hooray for choices!), you can catch all the best Grammys 2020 looks by tuning into the show, which has been on air since 1996 and can sometimes arguably be the true main event. Will Lizzo sport another meme-worthy look? Who will create the latest high-fashion interpretation of Billie Eilish?s signature aesthetic? By tuning in here, you?ll likely catch most of the looks before they pop into your Instagram feed.

POSTED ONJANUARY 26, 2020Grammy Awards LiveGrammy Awards Live : The 62nd annual Grammy Awards ceremony is still happening on Sunday, despite such controversies as the onetime Recording Academy CEO claiming the voting is ?rigged,? the Academy denying the charges, and a general lack of harmony. All this 2020 Grammy Awards discord makes the annual extravaganza more unpredictable than ever, which likely means surprises will occur on the red carpet, as well.

Awards show red carpet coverage is often where stars say unexpected things, and the Grammys red carpet is known for giving musicians the opportunity to strut their style. Grammy nominees and presenters are known for being particularly outspoken, as well, so we won?t be surprised if the red carpet arrivals have thoughts to share about former Recording Academy president, Deborah Dugan, who has been placed on administrative leave, and who has been accusing Grammy voters of conflicts of interest. The Recording Academy, meanwhile, has been denying Dugan?s charges, and said her conduct has been ?abusive and bullying.?

(How to stream 2020 Grammy Awards red carpet coverage online: The Grammy Awards will air live on CBS, and ?Grammy Red Carpet Live,? the official red carpet arrivals coverage, can be streamed live on CBS.com via CBS All Access. Coverage begins at 4 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26; here are details on how to subscribe to CBS All Access)

Here are more details about coverage of the stars who will arrive on the Grammy red carpet at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday:

What: ?E! Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2020 Grammy Awards,? which is usually the time-filling lead-in to when the stars actually start arriving on the red carpet.

When: 1?3 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: E!; stream via Hulu + Live TV; and fuboTV

What: ?E! Live From the Red Carpet: The 2020 Grammy Awards,? with hosts Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic talking to celebrities as they arrive.

When: 3?5 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: E!; stream via Hulu + Live TV; and fuboTV

What: ?Grammy Red Carpet Live,? the official pre-Grammys red carpet show, with Kevin Frazier and Keltie Knight interviewing the stars.

When: 4?5 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: CBS; stream via CBS All Access

What: ?The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards,? the show that celebrates what the announcer always calls ?Music?s Biggest Night,? hosted by Alicia Keys.

When: 5?8:30 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: CBS; stream via CBS All Access

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POSTED ONJANUARY 26, 2020Grammys 2020 LiveGrammys 2020 Live : How to Watch and Stream Music?s Biggest Awards ShowWith nominees including Lizzo, Lil Nas X, and Billie Eilish, this is an awards show you won?t want to miss.

Awards season is in full swing! Following a Golden Globes full of red carpet moments and celebrity political commentary, it?s almost time to watch and stream the Grammys 2020 ceremony, which will celebrate some of the year?s best music, from Lizzo and Billie Eilish?s breakout moments to Ariana Grande and Beyonc?s continued success. We learned the nominations back in November, just before many of those same celebrities attended the American Music Awards, and on January 26 at 8 pm EST, the world will finally see who takes home the golden gramophones for Best New Artist, Album of the Year, and more. Alicia Keys is hosting again and the list of performers is getting exciting, too: all of the above artists except Beyonc are confirmed to take the stage, as are the Jonas Brothers, Tyler, the Creator, and more. If one thing?s for sure, it?s that the Grammys 2020 ceremony is not to be missed.

But how will you watch the Grammys 2020 show? If you?re not using a TV, watching the awards show will take a bit more planning, but we?ve found some options so you can stop worrying about how you?ll catch your favorite artist?s big win and start jamming out to the night?s performances. Read on to learn five ways to watch and stream the Grammys 2020.

CBSYour first option is CBS, which is the host network as usual for the Grammys 2020. If you have access to a TV (or are planning a watch party with a friend who does), you?re all set ? just flip to the channel when it?s time for the show. CBS also offers a streaming service, CBS All Access, where you can catch the show on any device. Full disclosure, though, that you can?t log in with a TV provider password like you can on some other networks: the service costs $5.99 per month, but there is a weeklong free trial. CBS All Access does have on-demand content in addition to live streaming, so if you opt to use the trial, it?s definitely worth checking out. You also can catch Entertainment Tonight?s red carpet coverage here starting at 7 pm, and how nice would it be to have your night?s watch agenda all in one place?

Youtube TVOne of the most popular places to enjoy music-focused content, YouTube will offer a Grammys 2020 stream through its YouTube TV service. You?ve probably got notifications to try this feature out while opening the app to check out Emma Chamberlain?s latest video or listen to some ASMR, so if your answer has repeatedly been ?not now,? good news: though the service costs $50 per month, a five-day free trial awaits. Your night will be as fun as a major star?s music video premiere as you alternate between enjoying the show and reading the comments section.

Hulu Live TVMany of us are already Hulu fans ? with original shows like The Handmaid?s Tale, The Act, and Looking for Alaska among plenty of other content, how could we not be? And while most probably have one of the lower-end plans, Hulu offers a Live TV service that you can use to stream the Grammys 2020. It starts at $55 a month, but you get a seven-day free trial to decide if you like the service.

AT&T TV NowFormerly called DirecTV Now, AT&T TV Now offers packages with channel options including HBO, MTV, and Hallmark. The Grammys stream here every year, so you?ll be sure not to miss any of the performances and awards, no matter what screen you use. A seven-day free trial is available here as well, so if you try this service (which is $65 a month if you commit), we recommend using your time wisely by exploring the full range of offerings during your post-ceremony burst of energy.

TwitterWhile we cannot guarantee success here, Twitter is home to a lot of music stan communities. Sometimes, if any of their favorites are performing, presenting, or nominated on the show, someone will stream it so fans worldwide can easily watch. Last year, fans of a certain K-Pop group we love posted a stream, and to figure out who might help the general public for the Grammys 2020, just peek through the nominations, pay attention to presenter and performer announcements, and think about who has the most active fanbases. This isn?t always the easiest or safest way to watch ? streams can be laggy, and they often get taken down ? so you might have a smoother experience using one of the other services, but if you?re not prepped to pay or do a free trial, Twitter might help you to see the Grammys 2020. Also, the Recording Academy and CBS will be airing red carpet content via the social media platform, so you can see all the best looks as well as what the stars have to say about the big night.

E!Of course, if red carpet content is what you?re looking for, E! will help you out. Starting at 6 pm EST on Twitter, Hulu with Live TV, and Youtube TV (hooray for choices!), you can catch all the best Grammys 2020 looks by tuning into the show, which has been on air since 1996 and can sometimes arguably be the true main event. Will Lizzo sport another meme-worthy look? Who will create the latest high-fashion interpretation of Billie Eilish?s signature aesthetic? By tuning in here, you?ll likely catch most of the looks before they pop into your Instagram feed.

POSTED ONJANUARY 26, 2020Grammys LiveGrammys Live : The 62nd annual Grammy Awards ceremony is still happening on Sunday, despite such controversies as the onetime Recording Academy CEO claiming the voting is ?rigged,? the Academy denying the charges, and a general lack of harmony. All this 2020 Grammy Awards discord makes the annual extravaganza more unpredictable than ever, which likely means surprises will occur on the red carpet, as well.

Awards show red carpet coverage is often where stars say unexpected things, and the Grammys red carpet is known for giving musicians the opportunity to strut their style. Grammy nominees and presenters are known for being particularly outspoken, as well, so we won?t be surprised if the red carpet arrivals have thoughts to share about former Recording Academy president, Deborah Dugan, who has been placed on administrative leave, and who has been accusing Grammy voters of conflicts of interest. The Recording Academy, meanwhile, has been denying Dugan?s charges, and said her conduct has been ?abusive and bullying.?

(How to stream 2020 Grammy Awards red carpet coverage online: The Grammy Awards will air live on CBS, and ?Grammy Red Carpet Live,? the official red carpet arrivals coverage, can be streamed live on CBS.com via CBS All Access. Coverage begins at 4 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26; here are details on how to subscribe to CBS All Access)

Here are more details about coverage of the stars who will arrive on the Grammy red carpet at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday:

What: ?E! Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2020 Grammy Awards,? which is usually the time-filling lead-in to when the stars actually start arriving on the red carpet.

When: 1?3 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: E!; stream via Hulu + Live TV; and fuboTV

What: ?E! Live From the Red Carpet: The 2020 Grammy Awards,? with hosts Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic talking to celebrities as they arrive.

When: 3?5 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: E!; stream via Hulu + Live TV; and fuboTV

What: ?Grammy Red Carpet Live,? the official pre-Grammys red carpet show, with Kevin Frazier and Keltie Knight interviewing the stars.

When: 4?5 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: CBS; stream via CBS All Access

What: ?The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards,? the show that celebrates what the announcer always calls ?Music?s Biggest Night,? hosted by Alicia Keys.

When: 5?8:30 p.m. PT Sunday, Jan. 26

Channel: CBS; stream via CBS All Access

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