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How To Watch The 2019 Grammys

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Feb. 7 2019, Published 7:09 p.m. ET

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The 2019 Grammy Awards are this weekend and if you haven't already made your plans to watch the big show, OKmagazine.com is here to help. Whether it's Camila Cabello's opening actJennifer Lopez's Motown tribute or Cardi B, who is up for seven nominations, there will be plenty to look out for at this year's awards which will be hosted by Alicia Keys.

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Camila opening the show has made a lot of noise! The "Havana" singer is set to give the Grammys a rockin' start when she performs with Ricky MartinYoung Thug and J Balvin.

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J. Lo is giving the night's tribute performance! She's honoring Motown's 60 years in the business at the event. Fans of the music label were not happy she was given the honor, but Jenny from the block loves a challenge, so look for her to get loud and have the audience grooving!

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Cardi could score her first Grammys this weekend! The "Money Moves" rapper is one of twelve artists who could claim their first prizes in 2019.

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15-time Grammy winner Alicia is the first woman to host the show in 14 years! She takes the reigns from James Corden who hosted the previous two years. Does she FALL flat or hit all the high notes?

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Another thing to watch: Does Ariana Grande, who has two nominations, change her mind and show up to the biggest night in music? News broke Wednesday the singer pulled the plug on her performance and decided not to show up after a fight with producers on what songs she should perform.

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Watch the Grammys for free with CBS All Access.

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