The grand music awards function will be held in Vegas
The Oscars have came and went, and now all focus is on the musical scene. Music’s most prestigious awards ceremony, the Grammys are taking place this Sunday. Last year’s show was affected due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it will be going on in full swing this year. Las Vegas has been chosen as the venue, for the first time ever. Trevor Noah will be hosting the ceremony.
But after everything with Will Smith during the Oscars, Sin City will have to double up on security to make sure things don’t get dicey. After all, there are some agents of chaos in the music industry.
Performances to Look Forward to at the Grammys
This year’s performers are some of the best that the music industry has to offer. It includes Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Nas, Olivia Rodrigo, and BTS. Seven more artists were added on Wednseday; J Balvin, Maria Becerra, Silk Sonic, Carrie Underwood, John Legend, Bill Strings, Aymée Nuviola, and Maverick City Music.
The Foo Fighters were also set to perform, but after the tragic death of drummer Taylor Hawkins last week, the group cancelled all tours and shows. They were also removed from the Grammys roster soon after.
A Star to Watch Out For
Kanye West, legally known as Ye, will be under close watch without a doubt. The singer has been unhinged since his separation from wife Kim Kardashian, and has been part of numerous online arguments. However, Ye continues to be a talented singer, with his album Donda scoring five nominations last year. Donda 2 is contesting this year. He has been removed from the list of performers, but there is always a chance that he will jump on stage at the last moment.
The Grammys will air at 5 p.m. Pacific time on CBS.