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2023 Grammy Awards: winners, performers, songs, Beyoncé and reactions

Follow the 2023 Grammy Awards as we bring you the latest action live from Los Angeles with Beyoncé leading the nominations

Grammy Awards 2023 | Headlines

- Awards for Album of the Year went to Harry Styles – Harry’s House

- Beyonce made history for the most Grammys wins ever

- Sam Smith didn't only win a Grammy but also shined the spotlight on Kim Petras as she became the first transgender person to win a Grammy for best pop duo/group performance for their song "Unholy."

- Record of the Year — "About Damn Time," Lizzo

- Song of the Year — “Just Like That,” Bonnie Raitt, songwriter

- Best New Artist — Samara Joy

- The ceremony was held at the Arena in Los Angeles with Trevor Noah hosting for the third straight year 

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Harry's speech gave us the chills

Another edition of the Grammy Awards is over so we reflect on the complete list of winners by category at the 2023 Grammy Awards.

Check out all the winners across the categories...

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Harry Styles takes it home

He did it. Styles just won a Grammy for Album of the year and we can't agree more

Samara Joy wins award for Best New Artist

American jazz singer Samara Joy, 23, won the award for Best New Artist.


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First lady Jill Biden presented first Best Song for Social Change winner: Iranian artist Shervin Hajipour

Meanwhile, something incredible happened at tonight's 2023 Grammys... 

First lady Jill Biden presented the first-ever Grammy for Best Song for Social Change and it went to Iranian artist Shervin Hajipour for his song "Baraye." The song, which has been labeled the anthem for Iran's protest movement, was sparked by the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini.

Biden said the song was "a powerful and poetic call for freedom and women's rights " before noting that Hajipour has been arrested by Iranian authorities two days after posted a video of himself singing “Baraye” on Instagram on Sept. 27, 2022. 

The song was viewed more than 40 million times on his Instagram page before authorities took it down on the day of his arrest.

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Lizzo was not expecting a Grammy tonight

But she got one, and it's the record of the year. Her song 'It's about damn time' has made headlines and got her a big one. But through it all, Lizzo continues to look up to one main queen...

Bonnie Raitt wins award for Song of the Year with "Just Like That"

American blues singer Bonnie Raitt won the award for Song of the Year for "Just Like That" and her reaction was priceless. 

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Adele accepting her Grammy Award

As we take a moment to appreciate all the great artists at the 2023 Grammys, we also take a moment to appreciate Adele's 4-season vocal cords, and well... genuinity.  

We love you Adele!

It's Adele's moment of truth

Congrats to Adele, who just won the Best Pop Solo Performance at the 2023 Grammys for 'Easy on me'

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Glimpse of hiphop celebration at the Grammys

What's music without HipHop? What's the Grammys without 50 years of celebrating it?

Hip-hop has defined cultures, united legends together made the Grammys and the Super Bowl what they are today... that's why the 65th edition of the Grammys isn't complete without the celebration of 50 years of Hiphop. From Missy making you lose control, to getting you Hot in here... Thank you hiphoppers

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Mary J Blige makes music move

We know Beyoncé has totally stolen the night, but sometimes we look at Mary J. Blige and just say thank you.

Go Beyoncé!!!

Beyoncé makes history with winning the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for "Renaissance" to now have the most wins in Grammys history with 32.

Go B!!!

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The moment Trevor Noah delivered Beyoncé her Grammy Award

Only to catch Jay Z eating crackers and looking vividly uninterested...

More smiles in L.A.

Aaaand we're feeling unholy...

Sam Smith went from being Best New Artist to being unholy at the Grammys with an incredible performance. And we're right there with him...

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Emotional tribute to Takeoff

Takeoff, who was shot and killed in Houston, Texas in November, had a special moment back with us tonight when Migos rapper Quavo performed a tribute to the 28-year-old, three months after his killing. 

 The lyrics speak to Quavo’s grief for his loved one.

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Seriously though B...

We love a special Beyonce moment at the Grammys and we love DJ Khaled's reaction in the background even more. Yeah it's all smiles back there... just zoom in

Music's Biggest Night on fire

What a show so far.

Beyoncé arrives late at the Grammys but looks stunning as ever and ties for most Grammys wins. EGOT winner Viola Davis got a well-deserved standing O.

Sam Smith didn;t only win a Grammy but literally all LGBTQ rights when he shined the spotlight on Kim Petras as she became the first transgender person to win a Grammy for best pop duo/group performance for their song "Unholy."

Bad Bunny proved to us there is no summer without him, while Harry Styles literally looked like summer. 

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Special tribute moment

Tonight, the Grammys pay special tribute to Loretta Lynn, Takeoff, Christine McVie, and all songbirds that we have lost this year. Their legacy will forever be with us. 

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All smiles at the Grammys

We feel you Taylor

In other events... there is no Grammy without Style-s

Grammy to Kendrick Lamar!

Congrats Best Rap Album winner - ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’. Lamar, you legend

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The African Michael Jackson

Now, our lovely readers, let’s give a little attention to Trevor Noah- as if you don’t already know him- or if you have simply watched him so many times before you actually don’t know as much about him as you might think… 

Here’s what the Instagram bio of the 38-year-old reads: ‘Comedian from South Africa. I was in the crowd when Rafiki held Simba over the edge of the cliff, like an African Michael Jackson.’

This is tonight’s host, everyone. 

And now stay tuned, and don't miss the rest of the Grammys with us and Noah!

Queen B turning heads, as always

And since we're talking Beyonce, who somehow just arrived at the Grammys because of traffic, let's talk Queens. 

Queen B just won a Grammy for her song 'Cuff it', and while we didn't get the chance to have her up on stage, and see her all glammed-up, we did see her look magical yesterday at Roc Nation's brunch in L.A. Other star-studded celebrities made an appearance like Anitta, Snoh Aalegra, and obviously, Roc Nation founder Jay-Z —but it was the one and only Beyoncé who turned heads around. The Renaissance singer showed up to brunch in a glamorous alien-like dress that had queen B written all over it.

Harry Styles wuth a rip snorting version of As It Was, with the British singer in a very shiny silver spangly suit. 

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Bad Bunny wins the best Best Música Urbana Album winner

- 'Un Verano Sin Ti' has not only made headlines for Bad Bunny, but it's also won him a Grammy. No matter how controversial, 'El Conejo Malo' has surely changed the game for Urban music in like... three different generations...

Beyonce is in the house! She got through the traffic and is here to receive her Grammy!

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Sam Smith and Kim Petras!

Grammy for best pop duo is for Unholy by Sam Smith and Kim Petras! Huge love for Kim Petras from everyone in the room.

Sam letting Kim speak and she is loving the moment. Huge thanks for everyone. 

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Wonder absolutely smashing it with a version of Higher Ground with Chris Stapleton!

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Stevie Wonder is in the house! 

"i'm just so happy to be here!" They are celebrating Smokey Robinson's legacy. 

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Best country album goes to Willie Nelson, fresh as ever at just 89 years old.

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Beyonce, everyone!

While Bad Bunny got Taylor Swift dancing during the Grammys opening performance, Harry Styles took home the first award of the night, followed by Beyonce's Cuff it! Queen B is now tied for the most Grammy wins in history! 

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Trevor Noah explaining that Beyoncé is on her way. Lots of complaining about the traffic... it is L.A...

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Winner of Best R&B Song: Cuff It by Beyoncé!!

Taylor Swift absolutely loves that!

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Viola Davis up to announce Best R & B song...

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People STILL filing in to the theatre for the Grammys. "THIS IS LIVE" Trevor reminds us.

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That's what the Grammys are all about

Grammys going for some fan chat over the album of the year, everyone has an opinion...

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Harry Styles wins a Grammy!

The Englishman has done it. Harry Styles wins Best Pop Vocal album for Harry's House

Trevor Noah cracks joke on Harry Styles

The South African comedian cracks Harry Styles with a joke in Grammys Monologue saying he looks better in women's panties than women do 

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Brandi Carlile takes the stage at the Grammys

Let the party begin!

Stunning in blue!

As blue as it gets. Cardi B shows up in a stunning wavy-like dress that is certainly grabbing attention. And this reader personally loves it!

Harry Styles ready to perform in a jumper that screams his name on it

Harry Styles, the English singer and songwriter who's known for his interesting choice of outfits and comfort with his femininity, does it again. The 29-year-old shows up in a jumper that has his name all over it
Singer Anitta attends the Pre-Grammy Gala in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, U.S. February 4, 2023 REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci

Singer Anitta attends the Pre-Grammy Gala in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, U.S. February 4, 2023 REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci / AUDE GUERRUCCI / REUTERS

Anitta knows how to make a statement

Anitta showing up glamorous in black at the Pre-Grammy Gala in Beverly Hills

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Lizzo showing up in a wild look at the 2023 Grammys

La cantante, rapera y compositora, luce un diseño de Dolce & Gabbana. / Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images for The Recording A

Wild look for Lizzo at the 2023 Grammys!

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Sam Smith knows how to keep it unholy!

Red Carpet looks at the Grammys

We're also here to bombard our readers with some fashion looks at the 2023 Grammys in Los Angeles

Red Carpet looks at the Grammys

Complete list of nominees for the 2023 Grammys:

Record of the Year

“Don’t Shut Me Down” — ABBA

“Easy on Me” — Adele

“Break My Soul” — Beyoncé

“Good Morning Gorgeous” — Mary J. Blige

“You and Me on the Rock” — Brandi Carlile feat. Lucius

“Woman” — Doja Cat

“Bad Habit” — Steve Lacy

“The Heart Part 5″ — Kendrick Lamar

“About Damn Time” — Lizzo

“As It Was” — Harry Styles


Album of the Year

Voyage — ABBA

30 — Adele

Un Verano Sin Ti — Bad Bunny


Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe) — Mary J. Blige

In These Silent Days — Brandi Carlile

Music of the Spheres — Coldplay

Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers — Kendrick Lamar

Special — Lizzo

Harry’s House — Harry Styles


Song of the Year:

“abcdefu” — GAYLE

“About Damn Time” — Lizzo

“All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film)” — Taylor Swift

“As It Was” — Harry Styles

“Bad Habit” — Steve Lacy

“Break My Soul” — Beyoncé

“Easy on Me” — Adele

“God Did” — DJ Khaled feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy

“The Heart Part 5″ — Kendrick Lamar

“Just Like That” — Bonnie Raitt


Best New Artist:


Omar Apollo

DOMi & JD Beck

Samara Joy



Muni Long

Tobe Nwigwe

Molly Tuttle

Wet Leg


Best Music Video:

Easy on Me — Adele

Yet To Come — BTS

Woman — Doja Cat

The Heart Part 5 — Kendrick Lamar

As It Was — Harry Styles

All Too Well: The Short Film — Taylor Swift


Best Pop Solo Performance:

“Easy on Me” — Adele

“Moscow Mule” — Bad Bunny

“Woman” — Doja Cat

“Bad Habit” — Steve Lacy

“About Damn Time” — Lizzo

“As It Was” — Harry Styles


Best Pop Duo/Group Performance:

“Don’t Shut Me Down” — ABBA

“Bam Bam” — Camila Cabello feat. Ed Sheeran

“My Universe” — Coldplay & BTS

“I Like You (A Happier Song)” — Post Malone & Doja Cat

“Unholy” — Sam Smith & Kim Petras


Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album:

Higher — Michael Bublé

When Christmas Comes Around… — Kelly Clarkson

I Dream of Christmas (Extended) — Norah Jones

Evergreen — Pentatonix

Thank You — Diana Ross


Best Pop Vocal Album:

Voyage — ABBA

30 — Adele

Music of the Spheres — Coldplay

Special — Lizzo

Harry’s House — Harry Styles


Best Dance/Electronic Recording:

“Break My Soul” — Beyoncé

“Rosewood” — Bonobo

“Don’t Forget My Love” — Diplo & Miguel

“I’m Good (Blue)” — David Guetta & Bebe Rexha

“Intimidated” — Kaytranada feat. H.E.R.

“On My Knees” — Rüfüs Du Sol


Best Dance/Electronic Music Album:

Renaissance — Beyoncé

Fragments — Bonobo

Diplo — Diplo

The Last Goodbye — Odesza

Surrender — Rüfüs Du Sol


Best Instrumental Composition:

“African Tales” — Paquito D’Rivera

“El País Invisible” — Miguel Zenón

“Frontiers (Borders) Suite: Al-Musafir Blues” — Danilo Pérez

“Refuge” — Geoffrey Keezer

“Snapshots” — Pascal Le Beouf


Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Capella

“As Days Go By (An Arrangement of the Family Matters Theme Song)” — Armand Hutton

“How Deep Is Your Love” — Matt Cusson

“Main Titles (Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness)” — Danny Elfman

“Minnesota, WI” — Remy Le Beouf

“Scrapple from the Apple” — John Beasley


Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals

“Let it Happen” — Louis Cole

“Never Gonna Be Alone” — Jacob Collier

“Optimistic Voices/No Love Dying” — Cécile McLorin Salvant

“Songbird (Orchestral Version)” — Vince Mendoza

“2+2=5 (Arr. Nathan Schram)” — Nathan Schram & Becca Stevens


Best Rap Performance

“God Did” — DJ Khaled feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy

“Vegas” — Doja Cat

“Pushin P” — Gunna & Future feat. Young Thug

“F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” — Hitkidd & Glorilla

“The Heart Part 5″ — Kendrick Lamar


Best Melodic Rap Performance

“Beautiful” — DJ Khaled feat. Future & SZA

“Wait For U” — Future feat. Drake & Tems

“First Class” — Jack Harlow

“Die Hard” — Kendrick Lamar feat. Blxst & Amanda Reifer

“Big Energy (Live)” — Latto


Best Rap Song

“Churchill Downs” — Jack Harlow feat. Drake

“The Heart Part 5″ — Kendrick Lamar

“Wait For U” — Future feat. Drake & Tems

“God Did” — DJ Khaled feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy

“Pushin P” — Gunna & Future feat. Young Thug


Best Rap Album

God Did — DJ Khaled

I Never Liked You — Future

Come Home the Kids Miss You — Jack Harlow

Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers — Kendrick Lamar

It’s Almost Dry — Pusha T


Songwriter of the Year, Non-Classical

Amy Allen

Nina Charles

Tobias Jesso Jr.


Laura Veltz


Best Latin Pop Album

Aguilera — Christina Aguilera

Pasieros — Rubén Blades & Boca Livre

De Adentro Pa Afuera — Camilo

Viajante — Fonseca

Dharma+ — Sebastián Yatra


Best Música Urbana Album

Trap Cake, Vol. 2 — Rauw Alejandro

Un Verano Sin Ti — Bad Bunny

Legendaddy — Daddy Yankee

La 167 — Farruko

The Love & Sex Tape — Maluma


Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album

El Alimento — Cimafunk

Tinta Y Tiempo — Jorge Drexler

1940 Carmen — Mon Laferte

Alegoría — Gaby Moreno

Los Años Salvajes — Fito Paez

Motomami — Rosalía


Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)

Abeja Reina — Chiquis

Un Canto Por México — El Musical

La Reunión (Deluxe) — Los Tigres del Norte

EP #1 Forajido — Christian Nodal

Qué Ganas de Verte (Deluxe) — Marco Antoni Solís


Best Tropical Latin Album

Pa’lla Voy — Marc Anthony

Quiero Verte Feliz — La Santa Cecilia

Lado A Lado B — Víctor Manuelle

Legendario — Tito Nieves

Imágenes Latinas — Spanish Harlem Orchestra

Cumbiana II — Carlos Vives


Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media



Stranger Things: Soundtrack from the Netflix Series, Season 4 (Vol. 2)

Top Gun: Maverick

West Side Story


Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media (Includes Film and Television)

The Batman — Michael Giacchino

Encanto — Germaine Franco

No Time To Die — Hans Zimmer

The Power of the Dog — Jonny Greenwood

Succession: Season 3 — Nicholas Britell


Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media

Aliens: Fireteam Elite — Austin Wintory

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök — Stephanie Economou

Call of Duty: Vanguard — Bear McCreary

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy — Richard Jacques

Old World — Christopher Tin


Best Song Written for Visual Media

“Be Alive (From King Richard)” — Beyoncé & Darius Scott Dixon

“Carolina (From Where the Crawdads Sing)” — Taylor Swift

“Hold My Hand (From Top Gun: Maverick)” — Lady Gaga & Bloodpop

“Keep Rising (The Woman King) (From The Woman King)” — Jessy Wilson, Angélique Kidjo, & Jeremy Lutito

“Nobody Like U (From Turning Red)” — Billie Eilish & Finneas O’Connell

“We Don’t Talk About Bruno (From Encanto)” — Lin-Manuel Miranda


Best Comedy Album

The Closer — Dave Chappelle

Comedy Monster — Jim Gaffigan

A Little Brains, A Little Talent — Randy Rainbow

Sorry — Louis CK

We All Scream — Patton Oswalt


Best R&B Performance

“Virgo’s Groove” — Beyoncé

“Over” — Lucky Daye

“Hurt Me So Good” — Jazmine Sullivan

“Here With Me” — Mary J. Blige feat. Anderson .Paak

“Hrs & Hrs” — Muni Long


Best Traditional R&B Performance

“Do 4 Love” — Snoh Aalegra

“Plastic Off the Sofa” — Beyoncé

“Good Morning Gorgeous” — Mary J. Blige

“Keeps On Fallin’” — Babyface feat. Ella Mai

“‘Round Midnight” — Adam Blackstone feat. Jazmine Sullivan


Best R&B Song

“Cuff It” — Beyoncé

“Good Morning Gorgeous” — Mary J. Blige

“Hrs & Hrs” — Muni Long

“Hurt Me So Good” — Jazmine Sullivan

“Please Don’t Walk Away” — PJ Morton


Best Progressive R&B Album

Operation Funk — Cory Henry

Drones — Terrace Martin

Red Balloon — Tank and the Bangas

Gemini Rights — Steve Lacy

Starfruit — Moonchild


Best R&B Album

Watch The Sun — PJ Morton

Black Radio III — Robert Glasper

Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe) — Mary J. Blige

Breezy (Deluxe) — Chris Brown

Candydrip — Lucky Daye


Best Music Film

Adele One Night Only — Adele

Our World — Justin Bieber

Billie Eilish Live at the O2 — Billie Eilish

Motomami (Rosalía TikTok Live Performance) — Rosalía

Jazz Fest: a New Orleans Story — Various Artists

A Band, A Brotherhood, A Barn — Neil Young & Crazy Horse


Best Alternative Music Performance

“There’d Better Be A Mirrorball” — Arctic Monkeys

“Certainty” — Big Thief

“King’ — Florence + the Machine

“Chaise Longue” — Wet Leg

“Spitting off the Edge of the World” — Yeah Yeah Yeahs feat. Perfume Genius


Best Alternative Music Album

WE — Arcade Fire

Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You — Big Thief

Fossora — Björk

Wet Leg — Wet Leg

Cool It Down — Yeah Yeah Yeahs


Best Rock Song

“Black Summer” — Red Hot Chili Peppers

“Blackout” — Turnstile

“Broken Horses” — Brandi Carlile

“Harmonia’s Dream” — The War On Drugs

“Patient Number 9″ — Ozzy Osbourne feat. Jeff Beck


Best Country Solo Performance

“Heartfirst” — Kelsea Ballerini

“Something in the Orange” — Zach Bryan

“In His Arms” — Miranda Lambert

“Circles Around This Town” — Maren Morris

“Live Forever” — Willie Nelson


Best Jazz Vocal Album

The Evening : Live at APPARATUS — The Baylor Project

Linger Awhile — Samara Joy

Fade to Black — Carmen Lundy

Fifty — The Manhattan Transfer with The WDR Funkhausorchester

Ghost Song — Cécile McLorin Salvant


Best American Roots Song

“Bright Star” — Anaïs Mitchell

“Forever” — Sheryl Crow

“High and Lonesome” — Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

“Just Like That” — Bonnie Raitt

“Prodigal Daughter” — Aoife O’Donovan & Allison Russell

“You and Me on the Rock” — Brandi Carlile feat. Lucius


Best Americana Album

In These Silent Days — Brandi Carlile

Things Happen That Way — Dr. John

Good to Be... — Keb’ Mo’

Raise the Roof — Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

Just Like That... — Bonnie Raitt


Best Global Music Album

Shuruaat — Berklee Indian Ensemble

Love, Damini — Burna Boy

Queen of Sheba — Angélique Kidjo & Ibrahim Maalouf

Between Us... (Live) — Anoushka Shankar, Metropole Orkest & Jules Buckley feat. Manu Delago

Sakura — Masa Takumi


Best Spoken Word Poetry Album

Black Men Are Precious — Ethelbert Miller

Call Us What We Carry: Poems — Amanda Gorman

Hiding in Plain View — Malcolm-Jamal Warner

The Poet Who Sat by the Door — J. Ivy

You Will Be Someone’s Ancestor. Act Accordingly. — Amir Sulaiman


Best Classical Compendium

An Adoption Story — Starr Parodi & Kitt Wakeley; Jeff Fair, Starr Parodi & Kitt Wakeley, producers

Aspire —JP Jofre & Seunghee Lee; Enrico Fagone, conductor; Jonathan Allen, producer

A Concert for Ukraine — Yannick Nézet-Séguin, conductor; David Frost, producer

The Lost Birds — Voces8; Barnaby Smith & Christopher Tin, conductors; Sean Patrick Flahaven & Christopher Tin, producers


Best Audio Book, Narration, and Storytelling Recording

Act Like You Got Some Sense — Jamie Foxx

All About Me!: My Remarkable Life in Show Business by Mel Brooks — Mel Brooks

Aristotle and Dante Dive Into The Waters of the World — Lin-Manuel Miranda

Finding Me — Viola Davis

Music Is History — Questlove

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Grammy Awards 2023 | Headlines

- Harry Styles wins Best Pop Vocal album for Harry's House

- The ceremony is being held at the Arena in L.A. with Trevor Noah hosting for the third straight year 

- The red carpet kicks off at 6:30 PM ET. Meanwhile, the main event will start at 8 PM ET

- Beyoncé leads the nominees' list with nine nods, including Album of the Year for Renaissance, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year for "Break My Soul."

- Beyoncé is now tied with her husband, Jay-Z, for the most nominations for an artist in Grammys history, with 88 nods each

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Why was there no televised Golden Globes ceremony last year?


Why was there no televised Golden Globes ceremony last year?

While we’re here talking up the Grammys and the incredible artists that we’re seeing tonight, we might as well be real and talk about the not-so-good things about the event. Let’s quickly remind our readers about what happened in 2021 that led to a dramatic fall of the Grammys,and a one-year hiatus with no in-person ceremony.

In 2021, it became public that no Black correspondents had been added to the organization’s membership since 2002. The organization was even exploited for racial bias,neglecting non-white artists by media outlets and fans having been brought up for decades.

Combined with the current HFPA membership, the total Golden Globe Awards voting body is now 52% female, 51.5% racially and ethnically diverse, with 19.5% Latinx, 12% Asian, 10% Black and 10% Middle Eastern.

Over the last year, the organization has worked to expand its membership, focusing on bringing in writers from marginalized backgrounds.

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Who Is Performing At The 2023 GRAMMYs?

Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Steve Lacy, Lizzo, Kim Petras, and Sam Smith are all taking the GRAMMY stage.

First Lady Jill Biden, Dwayne Johnson, and James Corden — as well as current Grammy nominees Viola Davis and Billy Crystal, and Grammy winners Shania Twain, Cardi B, and Olivia Rodrigo — will take the stage to present the winners with their awards.

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Who is leading this year’s Grammys nominees?

Beyoncé leads the 2023 Grammy Awards with nine nods, including categories like Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for her latest album “Renaissance.”

Kendrick Lamar comes in next with eight nominations, including Best Melodic Rap Performance, Best Rap Song, and Song of the Year for his album “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.”

Brandi Carlile and Adele are tied with seven nominations each for their albums “In These Silent Days” and “30″ being chart toppers in 2022

Mary J. Blige, Future, and Harry Styles, who each have six nominations for the award show, are the last big winners in terms of nominations. 

Take a look at the first-time nominees and the full list of nominees here.

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The big music night in the city of angels!

The 2023 Grammys, officially known as the 65th Grammy Awards, is considered the most prestigious awards night in the music industry with millions of people tuning in from all around the world to see who takes home the top gongs. This year’s event comes with exciting changes and new categories, including Songwriter Of the Year, and Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games, among others. Let’s get up to speed with what time the Grammys start, how to watch it, and all related info:  

When and where are the 2023 Grammys: 

Time: The 2023 GRAMMYs will air live on Sunday, Feb. 5, at 8-11:30 p.m. ET/5-8:30 p.m. PT

Location: Arena in Los Angeles

Watch: Cable subscribers can watch the show on CBS, or stream it on Paramount+.

Full crowd expected at

Located in the center of the 4-million-square-foot development in L.A., is expected to have a full crowd of 13,000 people. Hundreds of staff are working behind the scenes (and the curtains) to organize the controversial show. Why did we call it controversial? Just keep following our feed and you’ll get there soon! 

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Hello and welcome to AS USA’s live feed covering the latest news from the Grammy Awards 2023 in Los Angeles

The 65th annual awards show is moving back to the Arena after taking place in Las Vegas back last year. Just by the nominations alone, viewers are in for a star and hit-filled night in the city of angels.

GRAMMY-nominated comedian, actor, and former host of “The Daily Show” Trevor Noah will be taking the Grammy stage for the third year in a row.

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