Taylor Swift, Billie Eillish, Cardi B, and others will perform during the 2021 Grammys
Los Angeles- On Monday, the performers were announced for the unique 2021 Grammys.
Due to the global pandemic, the Grammys were pushed back from late January to March. In an unique setting their will be no fans in attendance, but the show will go on. The host for this years Grammys will be Daily Show Host Trevor Noah.
Noah spoke about the difference hosting an awards show without fans and this is what he had to say about it. "This is an awards show, it's a celebration of music, so if you're watching at home you can combine it with all your favorite concert series."
"That's what this is, essentially. In my opinion, it won't have that depressing, "oh man, look at all of us stuck at home." I'm so tired of that imagery, I'm not going to lie to you. It's everywhere. Some TV shows have adopted it for their dramas or whatever. If it's not current affairs, I'm like "take me away on whatever flight of fantasy you can." Luckily the Grammys can."
There will be performances by all of these artists to keep viewers glued to wherever they are watching the Grammys.
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The Grammys will start Sunday March 14 at 8 PM, ET.