What time, TV channel are Grammy Awards 2017 on?

CLEVELAND, Ohio - It's the biggest night in music with the biggest stars on the biggest stage. Everyone from Adele and Beyonce to The Weeknd and Katy Perry will show up at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night. You can check out cleveland.com's...

What time, TV channel are Grammy Awards 2017 on?

CLEVELAND, Ohio - It's the biggest night in music with the biggest stars on the biggest stage.

Everyone from Adele and Beyonce to The Weeknd and Katy Perry will show up at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night. You can check out cleveland.com's coverage of the red carpet and ceremony throughout Sunday night.

Here's a rundown on everything you can expect before, during and after the ceremony.

What time do the Grammys start?

As always the Grammys start at 8 p.m. After moving to Monday last year, the show returns to its usual day of Sunday.

What channel are they on?

CBS has the Grammys on lock down.

Who is hosting the show?

No LL Cool J this year. Instead, CBS has named "The Late Late Show" host James Corden as the master of ceremony. Expect a Carpool Karaoke or two.

When is the red carpet?

Cover of the red carpet festivities seem to get earlier and earlier each year. E! will begin its "E! Live 360" coverage at 4 p.m. on Sunday. CBS will begin its coverage at 6 p.m.

Will there be a live stream?

Yes and now. You'll need CBS to watch the ceremony. But the Grammys' website will provide a live feed of the preshow and backstage happenings throughout the night.

Who is performing?

There are more performers during the Grammy ceremony than actual awards given out on TV. This year's list of performers is as follows (so far):

  • John Legend
  • Metallica
  • Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood
  • Adele
  • Beyonce
  • Bruno Mars
  • A Tribe Called Quest with Anderson Paak
  • The Weeknd with Daft Punk
  • Chance the Rapper
  • Alicia Keys and Maren Morris
  • Sturgill Simpson
  • William Bell and Gary Clark Jr.
  • Katy Perry
  • Little Big Town with Demi Lovato, Andra Day and Tori Kelly
  • Lady Gaga

Who won't be there?

Artists like Drake, Kanye West and Justin Bieber have stated they won't be at this year's Grammys because the ceremony is bias against hip-hop, R&B and younger artists (which probably means they're not going to win any major awards).

What tributes will there be?

There are big plans for tributes to Prince and the Bee Gees. On top of the annual in memoriam, you can also expect a major salute to artists like David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, Merle Haggard and George Michael.

And the nominees are:

Album of the Year

  • Adele - "25"
  • Beyonce - "Lemonade"
  • Justin Bieber - "Purpose"
  • Drake - "Views"
  • Sturgill Simpson - "A Sailor's Guide to Earth"

Record of the Year

  • Adele - "Hello"
  • Beyonce - "Formation"
  • Lukas Graham - "7 Years"
  • Rihanna feat. Drake - "Work"
  • Twenty One Pilots - "Stressed Out"

Song of the Year

  • Beyonce - "Formation"
  • Adele - "Hello"
  • Mike Posner - "I Took a Pill in Ibiza"
  • Justin Bieber - "Love Yourself
  • Lukas Graham - "7 Years"

Best New Artist

  • Kelsea Ballerina
  • Chance the Rapper
  • Maren Morris
  • Anderson .Paak
  • The Chainsmokers

Those are just the major categories. For a full list of this year's nominees, visit the Grammys' website.

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