When & Where To Watch Grammys 2023? Red Carpets, Winners, & More

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When And Where To Watch Grammys 2023? Red Carpets, Winners, & More
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Harry Styles’s “Harry’s House” defeated Beyoncé’s ballyhooed “Renaissance” to win album of the year at music’s most prestigious awards presentation on Sunday night in a good old-fashioned Grammys shocker. To say Beyoncé had a miserable night is an understatement.

She also lost record of the year (to Lizzo’s “About Damn Time”) and song of the year (to Bonnie Raitt’s “Just Like That”). With wins in a few smaller categories, the singer became the most successful artist in Grammy history. And if you are wondering where to watch the ceremony or to re-watch the ceremony, we’ve got you.

When & where to watch Grammys 2023?

This year’s Grammys airs at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on February 5, 2023.  In India, the ceremony will go live on Monday, 6 February 2023, from 6.30 am IST onwards. Unlike last year’s ceremony, which was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, this year’s ceremony will be held at Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena. The show is usually three and a half hours long, and this year is no exception! The Grammys aired from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. ET.

However, this does not include earlier red-carpet arrivals. If you’re watching on television, you can watch the event on CBS, which will be the default network, and the website live.grammy.com. The show is also available to watch live and on-demand on Paramount+, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, FuboTV, and Sling TV. Streaming will also be available via the Recording Academy’s social channels, such as YouTubeTwitter, FacebookTikTok, and Instagram.

So, where do I watch the red carpet arrivals?

Whether you’re a fashionista or just plain nosy, there’s always a red-carpet pre-show to look forward to for the ultimate group chat fodder. Because CBS does not have exclusive rights to this programming, there are other networks to which you can tune in on the day off to view all of your favorite celebs walking the red carpet. For example, E! Countdown to the Red Carpet will begin at 4 p.m. ET and will be followed by E! Live From the Red Carpet at 6 p.m. ET. You can also watch the red carpet event via live.grammy.com.

Notable winners of Grammys night

Aside from a few historic firsts, here are the people who received the most statuettes on Sunday.

  • Beyoncé: 4
  • Maverick City Music: 4
  • Bonnie Raitt: 3
  • Brandi Carlile: 3
  • Kendrick Lamar: 3
  • Harry Styles: 2
  • Ozzy Osbourne: 2
  • Samara Joy: 2
  • Wet Leg: 2
  • Willie Nelson: 2
  • Time for Three, Xian Zhang, The Philadelphia Orchestra: 2
  • Yannick Nézet-Séguin: 2

And it’s a wrap!

With  Trevor Noah hosting the event for the third time, DJ Khaled closed out the Grammys by performing his track “GOD DID” outside Crypto.Com Arena with Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay Z, John Legend, and Fridayy. The rappers were placed at a buffet table with an extravagant display of fruits, drinks, and food during the 8-minute performance. “This is for hip-hop,” DJ Khaled remarked during the performance, referring to the genre’s 50th anniversary.

What are your thoughts on these big wins? Let us know in the comments down below. Also, stay tuned with us for more streaming guides like this.

Oviya Priyadharshini

Oviya Priyadharshini

Oviya loves to watch movies and she loves to write. So, she writes about what she watches. Do check out!
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