Grammy Awards 2020

Grammy Awards 2020: Grammys 2020 live stream How to watch the Grammys Wondering how when and where to watch the 62nd annual Grammy Awards hosted by Alicia Keys? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered! Every year the music industry comes together to honor the best of the best.

That momentous occasion is known as the Grammy Awards, and once again, that time has to come to see who will win big on music’s biggest night.

Hosting the event for the second time in a row is a 15-time Grammy award winner in her own right. Alicia Keys will play master of ceremonies once again in what promises to be a night to remember.

Leading the way in nominations this year is Lizzo, who has garnered an impressive eight nods at this year’s event. Following close behind her is both Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X with six nominations.

Besides being two of the night’s artists with the most nominations, Lizzo and Eilish will be performing as well. Also gracing the stage will be Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, and Aerosmith. And the night will also feature Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton performing live together for the first time.

This year’s prestigious special looks to outdo last year’s event and fans will not want to miss one moment of the action set to go down on this memorable night. Below is all the information you need to watch The 62nd annual Grammy Awards live on TV and online.

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony is scheduled for Jan. 26, 2020, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It will recognize the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year, running from Oct. 1, 2018 to Aug. 31, 2019. Alicia Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, will be hosting the event for the second time.

And here’s how you can watch The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards:

Date: Sunday, Jan. 26
Start Time: 8 p.m. EST
Event: 62nd annual Grammy Awards
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the CBS website or app.

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Iowa vs Wisconsin

Iowa vs Wisconsin: Iowa travels to No. 16 Wisconsin, and while the teams have identical records (6-2, 3-2) this season, Wisconsin has won the last three matchups.the Badgers and Iowa vs Wisconsin Hawkeyes will need big performances to keep up with the Penn State-Minnesota game, which is making headlines early Saturday afternoon. With plenty of time left in the season, Wisconsin in particular has an opportunity to make a big move if it can pull off a victory over Iowa.

For the first time since its inception in 2014, the College Football Playoff kicked off without Alabama. For most teams, double-digit wins would be considered a successful year. Then again, the Crimson Tide aren’t most teams. A 10-2 regular season put coach Nick Saban’s team in the Citrus Bowl, a game the program last appeared at in 2010 when it was formerly known as the Capital One Bowl.

Don’t let a non-CFP appearance fool you. Alabama won 10 games by an average of 36.1 points. Its two losses — to LSU and Auburn — were by a combined eight points.

Michigan, on the other hand, makes its sixth showing at the Citrus Bowl with a 4-1 record in its previous five appearances. The Wolverines went 9-3, notably winning at home over top-15 opponents Iowa and Notre Dame. But, coach Jim Harbaugh’s team was unable to match up against Wisconsin, Penn State and at home against Ohio State, keeping the Wolverines out of the Big Ten Championship.

Instead, Michigan returns to the site of Harbaugh’s first bowl win as head coach of the Wolverines with a shot at double-digit wins for a fourth time in five seasons.

Wednesday will be the fifth meeting between Michigan and Alabama. The Tide won the recent game, a neutral site contest in 2012. The Wolverines’ latest win came in 2000 at the Orange Bowl, the last postseason meeting between the two. Here’s what you need to know before the programs go head to head in Orlando.
Alabama, known as a stifling defensive team throughout Saban’s tenure, underwent a bit of an identity change this season. Offensively, the Crimson Tide ranked sixth in yards per game and third in yards per play. Their 71 touchdowns were the fifth-highest total in the nation, trailing only the four Playoff teams.

But the biggest adjustment Alabama has to account for is under center. Mac Jones will make his fourth career start on Wednesday after a season-ending injury to Tua Tagovailoa on Nov. 16. Jones has been serviceable in relief, throwing 10 touchdowns to two interception with two wins in his first three starts.

The Tide still held their own defensively, giving up just over 18 points per game. However, the team showed vulnerability on that side of the ball in both losses, first giving up 46 points to LSU before Auburn surpassed that with 48 in the Iron Bowl.

Michigan’s been a bit harder to read. The team has shown an ability to win through its defense as it did against Iowa or by piling on the points with seven showings of 35-plus this year. However, most of its success generates from the defense. The Wolverines finished the regular season ranked fifth in pass defense and sixth in total defense among FBS teams. Those rankings become more impressive when factoring in the personnel turn