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Grammy Awards 2022: times and how to watch online and TV

The 64th edition of the Grammy Awards will be hosted by Trevor Noah as it was last year and expect a lot less covid-19 disruption.

Update:
Las Vegas will host the Grammys for the first time ever April 3, 2022, one year after the coronavirus pandemic forced organizers to shake up the broadcast with a cabaret-style show heavy on performances.
Frederic J. BrownAFP

64th Grammy´s awards live updates

This year's Grammy awards ceremony are scheduled to take place on Sunday 3 April. After an initial postponement, the stag is set for the awards to finally take place.

64th Grammy Awards live updates

Jon Baptiste is a serious favourite after picking up 11 nominations. Big names like Justin Bieber and Doja Cat follow close behind with eight awards.

What time does the Grammys 2022 start and what channel is it on?

The ceremony starts at 8pm ET, or 5pm PT, on Sunday, April 3 at an the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Cable subscribers can watch the show on CBS, or stream it on Paramount+.

The show can also be viewed via a TV provider such as Apple TV, Roku, or Fire TV.

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How to watch for the Grammys 2022 for free

Paramount+ (formerly CBS All Access) is currently offering a one-month free trial that you can use to watch the Grammys online for free. All you need to do is sign up before the event on Sunday evening.

Who is hosting the awards?

The South African comedian Trevor Noah will be hosting the awards again. He made his debut as the host of The Daily Show in 2015, taking over for Jon Stewart winning one Emmy and garnering eleven nominations for his work. In 2020, Noah was nominated for Best Comedy Album for his stand up special Trevor Noah: Son of Patricia.

In addition to his work as a comedian, Noah has also published an autobiographical book called Born a Crime, which details his childhood and upbringing as the son of international parents in apartheid South Africa. The book made it to #1 on the New York Times Bestsellers List and is currently in development to become a movie with Paramount Players.

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