The 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show was initially scheduled for air in January, but due to COVID-19 were rescheduled. The 2021 GRAMMY Awards will happen on Sunday 14 March at 5pm PT.
Channel 10 will be screening the GRAMMY Awards live on Monday 15 March at 11AM AEDT. You can watch in HD on TV or stream the show live on 10 play.
Hosting this year's GRAMMY Awards will be Trevor Noah, from The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. It's Trevor's first time hosting the GRAMMYs.
The GRAMMYs are normally held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but this year it will look different. Not much has been said about exactly how the GRAMMYs will look this year, but they've promised it'll be a one of a kind event. They are calling it "quarantine friendly and partly virtual", so it will most likely be a live and online hybrid event.
Beyoncé is up for the highest number of awards at nine, including Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Dua Lipa, Taylor Swift and Roddy Ricch are close behind with six nominations each.