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2021 Grammys Live Blog! Best Dressed, Surprise Wins, & So Much More

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Mar. 15 2021, Updated 10:57 a.m. ET

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It's almost time, and we are ready to live blog the Grammys! The 63rd annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live from L.A.'s Staples Center on Sunday, March 14, at 8 pm ET/PT on CBS, with The Daily Show's Trevor Noah as host.

Check out the latest from our team as we watch right along with you!

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 8:20 pm PT

Billie Eilish wins Record of the Year for "everything i wanted," and that's a wrap on Grammys 2021!

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 8:11 pm

Cue the surprise face! Taylor Swift comes back stronger than a '90s trend, winning Album of the Year with her collaborators Jack Antonoff and The National's Aaron Dessner, for Folklore. This is her first Grammy in five years.

True to form, she drops a coy Easter egg, calling out "James, Inez, and Betty's parents" without naming them: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds.

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 7:55 pm

It's official: Beyonce is the Queen! With her award for Best Performance, R&B, for "Black Parade," she becomes the vocalist with the most Grammys EVER, male OR female. 

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 7:45

Dua Lipa wins Pop Album of the Year for Future Nostalgia as Harry Styles debuts his THIRD boa of the night and Taylor Swift, yes, dances in her seat.

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 7:27 pm

So THAT'S why Beyonce showed up?! Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce win Best Rap Performance for "Savage." With that, Beyonce is tied for the most Grammys EVER by a solo artist, male or female.

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 7:10 pm

Anyone else holding their breath in the hopes of a Beyonce cameo with Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B right now?

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 7:05 pm

H.E.R., winning Song of the Year for "I Can't Breathe": "I recorded this song in my bedroom at my mom's house. Billie Eilish and Finneas: Same.

(Billie and Finneas actually DID win Song of the Year last year, for "Bad Guy," and yes, it was recorded in their bedrooms at their mom's house.)

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 7 pm

Wait, WHAT?! Jay Z and Beyonce suddenly show up front row 2/3 of the way through the awards, after they were reportedly planning to boycott. Did Bey decide to come after she and Blue Ivy won during the pre-show?

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:50 pm

This time last year, Maren Morris was nine days out from giving birth to her first child, son Hayes with songwriter Ryan Hurd.

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:45 pm

SPOTTED: Yet another Taylor Swift ex in the very intimate crowd at this year's Grammy Awards. John Mayer is on set and ready to perform with Swift's friend, Maren Morris

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:40 pm

Mickey Guyton and fellow Texas native Megan Thee Stallion share more than just their Grammys appearance and home state. They both were featured in Artist Series on the Peloton platform in the last month. Who knew a fitness company could 

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:22 pm

Burn! Taylor Swift is beaten out for Best Performance, Pop, by her ex, Harry Styles, the one she is rumored to have written "I Knew You Were Trouble," "Style," AND "Out of the Woods" about.

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:10 pm

Anyone else rooting for Taylor Swift after seeing her rocked by her 2018 Grammys Snub in Miss Americana?

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:05 pm

It's a (somewhat) rare sighting of Miranda Lambert's ex-police officer husband, Brendan McLoughlin as he escorts her to the stage. McLoughlin retired from the NYPD last year.

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6 pm

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak debut their new band Silk Sonic. Wondering what happened to Bruno's old band, The Hooligans? At least a few of them have come with him, including Phredley Brown (keyboard, lead guitar and backing singer now dancing and singing on stage), bass guitarist Jamareo Artis, drummer (and Bruno's older brother) Eric Hernandez, and background singer Kameron Whalum III (now on stage, too).

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:48 pm

Is that Dua Lipa or former Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson? She's giving off major #spiritualvibes in her purple robe on that astral plane.

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:45 pm

Trevor Noah introduces Bad Bunny as the Most-Streamed Artist of 2020. The rapper also got a happy birthday post from Beyonce a few days ago, so let's just say he's #winning lately. As for Queen B, yes, she really did skip the ceremony after all.

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:35 pm

Yes, that's Coldplay's Chris Martin (and GOOP ex!) playing backup pianist for Brittany Howard during the In Memoriam segment.

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 6:30 pm

Hello! Lionel Richie sings a memorial tribute to another man with two first names, Kenny Rogers.

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:40 pm

ICYMI, DaBaby tweeted before the show that since kids were banned from this year's Grammys, he set up a mini red carpet at his house and let his daughter, Princess Renny, 3, strut her stuff. Dad of the year, for sure. 

Now he's at WORK with all of these close-ups of his insane flow. As for the choir, let's just say Twitter is divided...

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:30 pm

Sound familiar? The Black Pumas performed "Colors" during President Biden's Celebrating America TV special back in January.

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:27 pm

Megan Thee Stallion clinches Best New Artist, the first black woman to do so since Esperanza Spalding (who is mixed) did in 2011.

P.S. Did they REALLY put Noah Cyrus in the front row wearing that massive gown? 😳

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:25 pm

Bleep! Lizzo drops a b***h bomb, which could cost CBS five figures. #PagingTheFTC

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:15 pm

Harry Styles bobs his head along to Haim while Trevor Noah rocks out stage left and Finneas looks on approvingly. But is it really an award show without cuts to Taylor Swift seat-dancing?

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:10 pm

Appropriate: Billie Eilish sings "Everything I Wanted" on top of a Dodge Challenger, the dream car she got from her label at age 16. 

Is anyone else nervously watching her ankles after watching The World's a Little Blurry?

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:05 pm

Harry Styles looks uncharacteristically subdued as he kicks off the show in a black leather suit jacket, pants, and dingy green boa, singing a slowed-down version of "Watermelon Sugar." Touching his earpiece over and over, he seems out of key on a few notes. Audio issues already?

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Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Updated 5:01 pm

Here we go! As Trevor Noah starts his monologue in front of the Staples Center, stay tuned for behind-the-scenes details, scandalous gossip, and insider info about all of the performers and nominees.

Grammys 2021 Live Blog: Who Won So Far

It's the same every year, but it always seems so weird...As usual, several major stars won Grammy Awards in a pre-show that took place prior to the big show. 

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Andrew Watt

Country Song: "Crowded Table," The Highwomen

Country Duo / Group Performance: "10,000 Hours," Dan & Shay and Justin Bieber

Country Solo Performance: "When My Amy Prays," Vince Gill

Rock Album: The New Normal, The Strokes

Rock Song: "Stay High," Brittany Howard, songwriter

Metal Performance: "Bum-Rush," Body Count

Rock Performance: "Shameika," Fiona Apple

Rap Album: King's Disease, Nas

Rap / Sung Performance: "Savage," Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion

Traditional Pop Vocal Album: American Standard, James Taylor

Pop Duo / Group Performance: "Rain on Me," Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga

2021 Grammys Liveblog Starts Sunday!

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