2018 Grammy Awards: What time does the show start, who will win, who hosts the 60th annual Grammys on Jan. 28

The 60th annual edition of the Grammy Awards begin on CBS at 4:30 p.m. PT/7:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 28. Awards in the top dozen Grammy categories will be handed out at Madison Square Garden in midtown Manhattan during a three-and-a-half hour ceremony that airs live nationwide. “The Late Late Show” host James Corden emcees for the second year running.

While winners of the big awards like Album of the Year will be announced during the CBS show, upwards of 70 of the 84 Grammy Awards will be doled out earlier in the day at a non-televised event. The Premiere Ceremony begins at noon PT/3 p.m. ET and will be hosted by Paul Shaffer in The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Be sure to check out our home page for the most up-to-date results.

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Who’ll win music’s top honor? Historically, Gold Derby’s predictions have foreseen about two-thirds of the Grammy winners. Before the show check out our updated Grammy odds. These are generated by the predictions of more than 2,000 Gold Derby readers plus nine music journalists who are experts at these awards and our in-house team of seven editors. And be sure to see how our experts from major media rank the nominees according to likelihood of winning. Then make your predictions to compete against other Grammy fans plus our teams of pros.

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Kendrick Lamar may have only the second most nominations this year, but we are predicting he will win a leading six of those seven bids. While Jay-Z has eight nominations, we expect that he’ll lose all his races to Lamar. And we are predicting that Bruno Mars will bat .500, taking home Grammys in three of his six categories.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter @goldderby for all the latest results. Discuss the Grammy Awards live in our famous forums where more than 5,000 showbiz insiders (including loads of past Grammy winners and nominees) post savage comments while hiding behind user names. Add your voice to the conversation as we delve into the evening. What were the best (and worst) moments? Did the right artists, albums and songs win? Who gave the best speech?

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