Grammy Awards: What time does the show start?

The Grammy Awards air on CBS Sunday night at 8pm ET/PT. The 57th annual edition of these top music kudos will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and be emceed once again by Tiffany net star LL Cool J (“NCIS: LA”).

Beyonce, Pharrell Williams, and newcomer Sam Smith lead with six nominations each. All three contend for Album of the Year, along with Beck (“Morning Phase“) and Ed Sheeran (“X“). Which artist will win top honors?

UPDATING: Grammy Awards complete list of winners

While the winners of a dozen or so categories will be revealed during the kudocast, the results of the rest of the 83 races will be announced during a non-televised ceremony that commences at 12:30 pm PT/3:30 pm ET.

Grammy Awards: Official Gold Derby racetrack odds in 24 top races 

Gold Derby’s Experts, Editors, Top 24 Users from last year and Users just like you have predicted the winners in two dozen categories. Take a look at their forecasts here as well as the corresponding odds and rankings.

Grammy Awards predictions: Winners (and spoilers) in top 24 races

Among the 32 performers slated to appear on the show are: 14 current nominees who all have at least one Grammy already, eight current contenders hoping for their first win and 10 past champs.

Grammy Awards performers: Lady Gaga, Madonna, Rihanna, …

All of them need introducing and the winners of the awards need announcing. To handle these duties, the Grammys have turned to 25 people. Among these, eight past champs, five current contenders and a trio of Oscar winners (two of whom also have Grammys).

Grammy Awards presenters: Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, …

Be sure to check back with Gold Derby throughout the day as we update the winners list. And join in the lively discussion in our message boards.

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