Five women are nominated for Album of the Year, where Brandi Carlile, Cardi B, Kacey Musgraves, Janelle Monae and H.E.R. will compete with Post Malone, Drake and Kendrick Lamar's "Black Panther" soundtrack. If you're an avid music fan or just enjoy the glamour of the award show, we'll show you exactly how to live stream the 2019 Grammy Awards from anywhere in the world.
The red-carpet, followed by the full event, can be watched live on Grammy's official website as well as on the CBS website. "I feel like we are truly part of a celebration, bringing the light, bringing the energy and continuing to make the statement that music is such an important part of all of our lives", she said in a press preview on February 7, according to Rolling Stone. "Grammy voters are less concerned with commercial success and more concerned with the work as a whole", she said. He later acknowledged that it was a "poor choice of words", and his much-criticized remarks forced the academy to launch a new task force focused on inclusion and diversity.
"There's great respect that is deserved to women and you will see that live embodied on Sunday". "I relax more ... when I know that I am supported by other women ... and I feel like I can do anything". H.E.R.is also one of six women nominated for best new artist (out of eight total), along with Chloe x Halle, Dua Lipa, Margo Price, Bebe Rexha and Jorja Smith.
The lead up to this year's Grammys hasn't been completely smooth though.
It all began when Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich told The Associated Press in an article published Thursday that by the time Grande and those running the show reached the point where a performance felt possible, she decided against it because she felt it was "too late for her to pull something together".
When asked about the lack of women in the top categories at the 2018 Grammys, Recording Academy CEO Neil Portnow said women need to "step up".
Carlile told the AP she stands "behind Ariana Grande's decision to stand up for herself and her art".
Grande is nominated for two awards and could miss the chance to give a speech onstage if she wins. A representative for the Grammys didn't return an email seeking clarification about the tribute.
She vowed this year's performances would be the "sickest" yet and feature of-the-moment stars like Lady Gaga and Cardi B as well as icons like country legend Dolly Parton and disco icon Diana Ross, who will take the stage for a Motown tribute. Yolanda Adams, Fantasia and Andra Day will honor the late Aretha Franklin with a performance.
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