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Here's How the Audience-Free Grammys 2021 Show Will Work Amid Pandemic

Here's How the Audience-Free Grammys 2021 Show Will Work Amid Pandemic

The 2021 Grammys are coming, and they’re going to look a lot different than usual.

The awards show ceremony, which was moved from January 31 to March 14, will be audience-free amid the pandemic, and new details have arrived about how it’s going to work, via Variety on Tuesday (February 2).

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“The ceremony will be held in the outdoor portion of the Los Angeles Convention Center, with the show’s traditional home of the Staples Center — which is located essentially next door — as the backdrop,” the outlet reported.

“There will be no audience, although a small number of media will be attending, and plans call for a live red carpet broadcast featuring performers and presenters. Most members of the media have already registered for virtual screenings. A number of live performances are planned, but many are likely to be pre-recorded, possibly at venues other than the Convention Center.”

It is not yet known which locations the ceremony might also be filmed at this time. Click here to find out who is nominated at this year’s event!

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