The 59th annual Grammys Awards will be held on 12 February at Staples Center in Los Angeles. The glittering ceremony will be hosted by James Corden at 8pm ET.
- The red-carpet, followed by the full event, can be watched live on Grammy's official website as well as on the CBS website.
- Live updates are available on the Grammy's Facebook page and Twitter. Viewers can also share the best moments with these hashtags - #GRAMMYs, #Grammys2017 on the microblogging website.
This year's performers include Beyonce, Adele, Chance the Rapper, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Sturgill Simpson, A Tribe Called Quest, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, the Weeknd, Anderson.Paak, William Bell, Gary Clark Jr. and more.
Ahead of the show, Corden told CNN what to expect during the event. He said: "The Grammys are on Sunday, and with this current news cycle, we could be a different world by tonight, so it's impossible to say. I think it's naïve, in a way, to just keep banging the same drum every day, so you want to be reactive to what's happening, but only if something's actually happening."
"It'll probably be terrible and then I will be banished from America and asked to never return because of the sham that I have made of not only myself, but also let my family down, the network down, and then forever it will be known as the year where he really ruined it," he said.
"The truth is, when you're hosting a show like this, it's not really about me, it's about these incredible artists. So I'm going to try and usher it around in as positive and warm and fun way as possible, and really hope that we don't ruin everything," he added.