How To Watch The Grammy Awards Live Online | Applications and Software

The ceremony for the 63rd edition of the Grammy Awards takes place today, March 14, 2021. In Brazil, the live broadcast will be made through the TNT channel, with live streaming in applications and on the channel’s YouTube – there are differences in the programming of these platforms. Find out how to watch the Grammy Awards live over the internet, to check out the presentations and winners.

Grammy Awards 2021 (Image: Disclosure / CBS / Grammy)

How to watch the Grammy live on the internet

Starting at 9 pm on TNT, the Grammy ceremony can be seen live from various platforms that broadcast the channel. With this ease of streaming, it is no longer necessary to be stuck to the TV. See how you can watch even on your cell phone or computer.

1. Grammy live on TNT Go

The first indication on the list is the official channel app that has the rights to display the Grammy in Brazil. TNT Go is available on the main platforms, however it requires the viewer to have a TV subscription to view the channel’s content through the app, on-demand streaming.

If you are already a subscriber to any TV operator, you can watch the Grammy live on TNT Go:

2. TNT’s YouTube channel has Grammy comments

In parallel to the presentation of the ceremony on the main channel, there will be live comments from the Grammy on TNT’s YouTube profile. It is a format that has already been done with other awards as well, such as the Golden Globe and the Critics Choice Awards.

The live broadcast on YouTube has simultaneous translation and opinions from the channel’s hosts scheduled to cover the awards. Watching on YouTube, however, can cut out snippets that are shown only on TNT’s main channel.

3. TNT by DirecTV Go has live broadcast of the Grammy

A welcome alternative for those who do not have a pay TV is DirecTV Go. The streaming service has the entire TNT channel, which gives you access to the Grammy awards live on a variety of compatible devices.

DirecTV Go is a paid IPTV service, but has a 7-day tasting period – more than enough to watch the Grammy and other channels for the rest of the time.

DirecTV Go application (Image: Lucas Braga / Tecnoblog)

DirecTV Go application (Image: Lucas Braga / Tecnoblog)

Channel E! got live Grammy red carpet

The E! shows the Grammy red carpet live from 8:30 pm on March 14. This option is offered in the DirecTV Go package, but the pre-show of the award ceremony is also broadcast on the Facebook page of channel E! Online.

Who performs at the 2021 Grammy?

The list of confirmed for presentations on the 14th is as follows:

  • Bad Bunny;
  • Billie Eilish;
  • Black Pumas;
  • Brandi Carlile;
  • Brittany Howard;
  • BTS;
  • Cardi B;
  • Chris Martin;
  • DaBaby;
  • Doja Cat;
  • Dua Lipa;
  • Haim;
  • Harry Styles;
  • John Mayer;
  • Lil Baby;
  • Maren Morris;
  • Megan Thee Stallion;
  • Mickey Guyton;
  • Miranda Lambert;
  • Post Malone;
  • Roddy Ricch;
  • Taylor Swift.

Who are the Grammy nominees?

For the 2021 awards, releases made between September 1, 2019 and August 31, 2020 are considered. Artists who released songs or albums during that period can be nominated for Grammy categories. Candidates are:

Album of the Year

  1. Chilombo – Jhené Aiko;
  2. Black Pumas (Deluxe Edition) – Black Pumas;
  3. Everyday Life – Coldplay;
  4. Djesse Vol. 3 – Jacob Collier;
  5. Women in Music Pt. III – Haim;
  6. Future Nostalgia – Dua Lipa;
  7. Hollywood’s Bleeding – Post Malone;
  8. Folklore – Taylor Swift.

Record of the Year

  1. Black Parade – Beyonce;
  2. Colors – Black Pumas;
  3. Rockstar – DaBabby feat. Roddy Ricch;
  4. Say So – Doja Cat;
  5. Everything I Wanted – Billie Eilish;
  6. Don’t Start Now – Dua Lipa;
  7. Circles – Post Malone;
  8. Savage – Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyonce.

Music of the Year nominees

  1. Black Wall – Beyonce;
  2. The Box – Roddy Ricch;
  3. Cardigan – Taylor Swift;
  4. Circles – Post Malone;
  5. Don’t Start Now – Dua Lipa;
  6. Everything I Wanted – Billie Eilish;
  7. I Can’t Breathe – H.E.R;
  8. If The World Was Ending – JP Saxe feat. Julia Michaels.

With information: Grammys 1, 2.

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