Music fans all over the world are getting ready to find out which of their favourite stars emerge triumphant, as the biggest night in music, the Grammys, is here once again.
Unfortunately, because the red carpet kicks off in the US on Sunday night, with the most crucial awards being dished out in the early hours of Monday morning in the UK, it can be a tough one for British music-lovers to watch along with.
But for anyone with questions about how they can follow this year’s Grammys, here’s everything you need to know…
First off, how can we watch the red carpet coverage?
As always, E! will be broadcasting their coverage from the red carpet live here in the UK, with Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest chatting to the nominees and star guests as they make their way into the auditorium.
Be warned, though, this isn’t one for anyone with an early alarm set, as it won’t begin until 11pm and wraps up at around 1am.
And what about the main show?
Here in the UK, it’s not possible to watch the main show live on TV, but on Monday afternoon, 4Music will be showing the full show live at 7.30pm.
Unfortunately, if you can’t hang on till then there’s no legal way of watching live (unless you find a dodgy illegal stream, of course, which would be very wrong and not something we condone), but we will be tweeting along with the action from the ceremony on our Twitter page, for anyone wanting to be kept up to speed on the night.
Check out everything else you need to know about this year’s Grammys, including the nominated acts and which artists will be taking to the stage, here.