2019 Grammys live stream: How to watch online for free the 61st annual Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards air live nationwide on Sunday, February 10 from the Staples Center in downtown Manhattan beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS. The 61st annual edition of this ceremony will be hosted by Alicia Keys. You can watch the 61s annual Grammys live stream online for free by signing up for a 7-day trial membership to CBS All Access.

Behind-the-scenes interviews will be available on the official Grammy website and YouTube channel. And the pre-show, which is set to take viewers both backstage and onto the red carpet starts at 6:00 p.m. ET/3:00 p.m. PT on the Grammys Facebook page.

Right before the red carpet kicks off, the Grammys will hold the Premiere Ceremony, at which upwards of 70 of the 84 awards will be handed out. This livestream event starts at 12:30 p.m. PT/3:30 p.m. ET and will be hosted by Shaggy in the Microsoft Theater, which is across the street from the Staples Center.

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We are predicting the winners of 32 Grammy Awards races. Our forecasts are based on a combination of five sets of predictions: music Experts, Gold Derby Editors who cover awards year-round, the Top 24 Users who got the top scores predicting last year’s Grammy winners, the All-Star Top 24 who got the highest scores when you combine the last two years’ Grammy results, and thousands of readers like you who make up the largest (and often savviest) bloc of predictors.

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The two biggest winners according to our racetrack odds will be Lady Gaga and Kacey Musgraves. Gaga is predicted to win four of her five races, all of them for her “A Star is Born” love ballad “Shallow”: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Visual Media Song. This would bring her career total to 10 Grammys.

Musgraves is the front-runner in all four of her categories: Album of the Year and Best Country Album (“Golden Hour”), plus Best Country Solo Performance (“Butterflies”) and Best Country Song (“Space Cowboy”). Her two previous Grammy wins came for her debut: Best Country Album for “Same Trailer Different Park” and Best Country Song for “Merry Go Round.”

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