How To Watch The 2024 Grammys In The UK
31 January 2024, 17:05 | Updated: 6 February 2024, 09:11
The Grammys is one of the biggest events in the music industry, with performances from the likes of Olivia Rodrigo and Dua Lipa, but how can we watch the prestigious event from the UK and what time is it on?
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At this year’s awards ceremony there were performances from SZA, Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, Travis Scott, Dua Lupa and more superstars. Swifties were also convinced Taylor would be putting on a show, but instead she announced a surprise album, 'Tortured Poets Department'!!!
There were also hugely talented stars up for nominations including Miley Cyrus, Janelle Monae, SZA, Lana Del Rey, Olivia Rodrigo, boygenius, Jon Batiste and Taylor Swift who were all up for Album of the Year.
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Here’s how you can watch The Grammys 2024 from the UK…
How to watch The Grammys from the UK
The Grammys took place on Sunday 4th February. All the event highlights, performances and acceptance speeches are now on the academy's YouTube and social media channels to watch back.
The Grammys was streamed live on the academy’s official website live.grammy.com. However, it meant staying up throughout the night to catch all the action as the show began at 1am UK time.
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What time was The Grammys Awards on?
The Grammys aired live on Sunday 4th February from 8-11.30pm ET and 5-8.30pm PT for those in the US.
For UK fans, the Grammys red carpet began at 11.30pm GMT on Sunday 4th February and the show itself started a few hours later around 1am on Monday 5th February.
How long is the Grammys on for?
The Grammys typically runs for three and a half hours; five hours if you include the red carpet coverage.
Trevor Noah returned to host the 2024 awards show for the fourth time. It’s also the first time he was hosting as a nominee as he up for best comedy album for ‘I Wish You Would’. However, the award went to Dave Chappelle for 'What's In A Name?'
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