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Harry Styles Is Performing At The 2023 Grammys

The countdown to music’s biggest night has begun.

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Another year, and another Grammys is just around the corner. Unlike in previous years, the 2023 Grammys is shaping up to be a fairly routine affair with little to no drama and controversies paving the path to this year’s ceremony (though that could change any second).

A star-studded lineup of performers is already confirmed, and we’re assuming some of the most-nominated artists will make an appearance. Beyoncé, Adele, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Brandi Carlisle, and Mary J. Blige have netted the most nominations, while some indie rock wild cards like Wet Leg (who’s up for Best New Artist, Best Alternative Music Album, Best Alternative Music Performance, and Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical) will also have a chance to take home the coveted golden gramophone. This year, the Recording Academy has also added five new categories (non-classical songwriter of the year; best spoken word poetry album; best alternative music performance; best Americana music performance; and best score soundtrack for video games and other interactive media), and one special merit award honoring the best song for social change.

Trevor Noah is once again returning as host of the ceremony, which will take over Los Angeles’ arena come Feb. 5. Below, find everything to know about the 2023 Grammys including how to watch it, who’s performing, and the full list of nominations:

When and where are the 2023 Grammys?

The 65th Grammy Awards will be held on Sunday, Feb. 5, at the arena in Los Angeles. The ceremony kicks off promptly at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

How can I watch the 2023 Grammys?

The 2023 Grammys will be viewable live on CBS, and stream live and on-demand on Paramount+.

Who is hosting the Grammys?

Trevor Noah, fresh off of leaving The Daily Show, will return as the master of ceremonies this year after two years of successfully holding the gig in 2022 and 2021.

Who is performing at the Grammys?

On Jan. 25, the Recording Academy announced the first round of performers for the 65th Grammys (with more announcements to come). So far, the performers include:

Bad Bunny, who’s up for three nominations including Album Of The Year (Un Verano Sin Ti), Best Pop Solo Performance ("Moscow Mule") and Best Música Urbana Album (Un Verano Sin Ti).

Nine-time Grammy winner Mary J. Blige, up for six awards this year including Record Of The Year ("Good Morning Gorgeous"), Album Of The Year (Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)), Best R&B Performance ("Here With Me"), Best Traditional R&B Performance ("Good Morning Gorgeous"), Best R&B Song ("Good Morning Gorgeous"), and Best R&B Album (Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)).

Steve Lacy, who has four nominations: Record Of The Year ("Bad Habit"), Song Of The Year ("Bad Habit"), Best Pop Solo Performance ("Bad Habit"), and Best Progressive R&B Album (Gemini Rights).

Three-time Grammy winner Lizzo, who’s up for five more awards this year: Record Of The Year ("About Damn Time"), Album Of The Year (Special), Song Of The Year ("About Damn Time"), Best Pop Solo Performance ("About Damn Time"), and Best Pop Vocal Album (Special).

Four-time Grammy winner Sam Smith, nominated in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance cateogry (“Unholy”).

First-time nominee Kim Petras, nominated in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category (“Unholy”).

Country star Luke Combs, up for three nominations: Best Country Duo/Group Performance ("Outrunnin' Your Memory"), Best Country Song ("Doin' This") and Best Country Album (Growin' Up).

And, six-time winner Brandi Carlisle, up for seven more awards this year: Record Of The Year ("You And Me On The Rock"), Album Of The Year (In These Silent Days), Best Rock Performance ("Broken Horses"), Best Rock Song ("Broken Horses"), Best Americana Performance ("You And Me On The Rock"), Best American Roots Song ("You And Me On The Rock"), and Best Americana Album (In These Silent Days).

On Jan. 29, Harry Styles was announced as an additional performer. The star, who we’re betting will deliver a rousing performance of his massive hit “As It Was,” is up for six Grammys: Record of the Year (“As It Was”); Album of the Year (Harry’s House); Song of the Year (“As It Was”); Best Pop Solo Performance (“As It Was”), a category he won at the 2021 GRAMMYs; Best Pop Vocal Album (Harry’s House); and Best Music Video (“As It Was”).

A historic performance segment honoring 50 years of hip hop will also take place during the award show. An all-star slate of influential artists who have shaped the genre’s past, present, and future are expected to take the stage during the segment including: Big Boi, Busta Rhymes with Spliff Star, De La Soul, DJ Drama, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Missy Elliott, Future, GloRilla, Grandmaster Flash, Grandmaster Mele Mel & Scorpio/Ethiopian King, Ice-T, Lil Baby, Lil Wayne, The Lox, Method Man, Nelly, Public Enemy, Queen Latifah, Rahiem, Rakim, RUN-DMC, Salt-N-Pepa and Spinderella, Scarface, Swizz Beatz, and Too $hort.

There are no specific details about what the performance might entail just yet, but the segment is produced by Questlove, Jesse Collins, Patrick Menton of Fulwell 73, Creative Producer Fatima Robinson, and Questlove's manager and President of LNU, Shawn Gee. The Roots will be in attendance to provide music, and Black Thought will narrate.

Who is presenting at the 2023 Grammys?

An eclectic slate of influential figures from music, politics, and beyond has been chosen to present at the 2023 Grammys: First Lady Jill Biden, Cardi B, James Corden, Billy Crystal, Viola Davis, Dwayne Johnson, Olivia Rodrigo, and Shania Twain will all present awards on Sunday.

Who is nominated for a Grammy?

The full list of Grammy nominees can be found here.

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