A Sneak Peek into the Exciting Moments at the Upcoming Grammys

It’s award season, and excitement is growing amongst fans as the Grammys are fast approaching. The event’s strong female lineup has just been revealed, including no less than Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo, sparking excitement on social media. Let’s take a look at three key events of the Grammy’s long-awaited by the audience. 

The Red Carpet Outfits

The Grammys have seen some of the most iconic looks on its red carpet, including Jennifer Lopez’s green Versace dress in 2000 or, more recently, Ariana Grande in a custom Giambattista Valli dress and in her signature high ponytail. Fans are impatiently waiting to see this year’s outfits, which usually result in an abundance of videos on social media ranking celebrities from best to worst dressed. We’re excited to see SZA’s look on the red carpet as she is the artist with the most nominations this year.

[Image Creds: Elle]

 

The Live Performances

It wouldn’t be the Grammys without some live performances of our favourite artists. It has recently been confirmed that Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo would be performing for this year’s ceremony. After the disappointment floating around the awards for the Barbie movie, fans are really hoping that the pop star will be performing the hit song “Dance the Night” from the Barbie movie as well as her new single “Houdini.”

[Image Creds: Rolling Stones]

 

The Album and Song of the Year

Onto the main event, two awards are particularly awaited for each year. The one for Best Album and Best Song. After the success of the song and extremely high popularity for the ongoing Eras Tour, it is no surprise that Taylor Swift is a nominee in both of these categories, and Swifties are hoping for the pop star to win at least one of these two prestigious awards. Another fan favourite in these two categories is SZA’s album “SOS” and her song “Kill Bill.” Being the most nominated artist this year, it wouldn’t be surprising for the young star to win one of these awards this year.

[Image Creds: Vanity Fair]

The Grammys will take place on the 5th of February in Los Angeles, and the audience is excited to see this year’s winner and were pleasantly surprised to see so many female-dominated categories.

 

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