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CBS - The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards were held this past Sunday night on CBS with Trevor Noah as its host. This year, the ceremony was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, just across the street from the award show's usual home at the Staples Center. And in case you missed the ceremony, as with the various other award shows held during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there was no live audience for the Grammys outside of the limited number of performers and nominees. But nonetheless, the broadcast itself was an absolute triumph, to say the least!
- Taylor Swift - cardigan / august / willow (Live From The 63rd GRAMMYs ® / 2021) link
GRAMMYs 2021 Fashion RECAP
On The Download, ET’s Denny Directo is joined by celebrity stylist Brett Alan Nelson, plus ET’s Senior Style Editor Marisa Runyon to break down the best style moments from the GRAMMYs red carpet. Brett has details on how he helped his clients, including Doja Cat, Lizzo and Noah Cyrus, prepare their stunning GRAMMYs looks, plus other highlights from the red carpet, including Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby
- Billie Eilish - everything i wanted (Live From The 63rd GRAMMYs®/2021) link
- Post Malone - Hollywood's Bleeding (Live From The 63rd GRAMMYs ® / 2021) link
- Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar (LIVE at the 63rd Grammys) link
- Lil Baby - “The Bigger Picture” (Live From The 63rd GRAMMYs ® / 2021) link
Grammys 2021 Highlights: Beyoncé, Taylor Swift Make History, More Women Sweep Awards
Several female artists won big at the 63rd Grammy Awards, the biggest night of the year for music. Beyoncé made history by becoming the woman with the most Grammy wins of all time. With her four wins on Sunday, the queen of R&B and pop now has 28 Grammy Awards to her name, more than any other female artist. Taylor Swift won Album of the Year at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, for her 2020 album, Folklore. The highly coveted award marks the third Album of the Year Grammy for Swift—which makes it a history-making win. Swift is now the only woman to ever win three Grammys for Album of the Year.
- Billie Eilish Wins Record Of The Year | 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show Acceptance Speech link
- Beyoncé Wins Best R&B Performance | 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show Acceptance Speech link
- Megan Thee Stallion & Beyoncé Win Best Rap Song | 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show Acceptance Speech link
- Dua Lipa - Levitating ft. DaBaby / Don't Start Now (Live at the GRAMMYs 2021) link