The Grammy Awards 2016 has arrived. You can watch the CBS telecast of music’s biggest night at 8 PM EST/5 PM PST on Monday, February 15, 2016.
TVGuide.com announced it is also available via live stream at CBS.com or the CBS All Access app. Watch the ceremony using any of the following devices: Amazon Fire TV, Android phone, Android Tablet, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iPad, iPhone, Roku, Windows 10 and Xbox 360.
Live stream via the CBS All Access app includes action on the Grammy’s red carpet. It also offers exclusive content for fans as well as additional performances, and interviews.
Actor and two-time Grammy Award winner LL Cool J hosts the main event for the fifth successive year.
The top nominee for the 58th annual Grammy Awards is Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar with 11 nominations.
Pop darling Taylor Swift is set to open the show performing a track from her album “1989” which is in the running for Album of the Year.
Lady Gaga, who won last year for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, also performs in a tribute to David Bowie at the event.
Predictions for winners in the four major categories abound. The “Big Four” Grammys include Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best New Artist, and Song of the Year. The impressive lineup of nominees will surely make fans anxious to find out who wins. Here are the forecasts for this year.
1. Record of the Year
USA Today predicts the collaboration between pop’s groovy artists, Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk” as this year’s winner.
USA Today also predicts the pair’s triumph for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
2. Album of the Year
USA Today forecasts a win for Taylor Swift in this category. However, an upset by Lamar is still likely given his impressive hip-hop creation, “To Pimp a Butterfly”.
3. Song of the Year
USA Today gives the award to Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space”. While US Weekly chooses “Girl Crush” by Little Big Town. However, if Lamar wins he will be the first rapper ever to win this category, US Weekly added.
4. Best New Artist
US Weekly’s choice is Meghan Trainor while USA Today chooses James Bay.
5. Best Pop Solo Performance
Another notable prediction from US Weekly gives Best Pop Solo performance nod to The Weeknd for “Can’t Feel My Face”.