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Where To Watch The 2021 Grammy Awards On 15 March 2021

Where To Watch The 2021 Grammy Awards On 15 March 2021
By Christine Andas
By Christine Andas
March 10, 2021
Stay safe and stay home to watch the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards on Monday

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards recently unveiled the prominent artists set to perform on Monday, 15 March. The list includes highly-anticipated artists we've missed over the pandemic such as global sensation BTS, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Harry Styles.

More than a year ago, we were gathered in front of the screen with our friends and families, watching memorable moments such as Lizzo's jaw-dropping performance of "Truth Hurts", Alicia Keys and Boys II Men's heart-wrenching tribute to Kobe and Gianna Bryant, Demi Lovato's powerful performance of "Anyone", the return to "Old Town Road" with Lil Nas X and BTS, and Billie Eilish sweeping the Grammy's "big four" awards.

Read more: BTS, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift and More: All The Acts Confirmed For The 2021 Grammy Awards


This time will be equally momentous as we watch the 2021 Grammy Awards during unprecedented times.

Before the ceremony officially begins, you may want to take a peek behind the scenes and watch the 63rd GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony which will be hosted by Jhené Aiko, a three-time Grammy nominee. You may stream the show on

Then, wait until the 63rd Grammy Awards show begins. Within the comfort of your home, you can stream the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards online in many ways.

Log online and watch the ceremony through The Grammy's official website and Recording Academy’s social media platforms, including Facebook Live.


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