The stars are outside in New York City.
The 2018 Grammys are about to start at Madison Square Garden, the most important night of music that returns to the Big Apple for the first time in 15 years, and promises to be an unforgettable party.
Jay-Z leads the field with eight nominations, while Kendrick Lamar and Bruno Marsare sting on the heels with seven, and all are in the race along with Lorde and Childish Gambino for the album of the year. SZA is the leading female artist to enter with five nominations, including Best New Artist. Lamar will open the show with U2 and Dave Chappelle, and artists throughout the night will include Kesha, Pink, Sam Smith, Rihanna and, for the first time together, Miley Cyrus and Elton John.
But first, the fashion of Grammys reliable and out of series.
We are talking about the ceremony in which Lady Gaga mounted an egg, Rihanna threw a thousand memes, Madonna undressed and Jennifer Lopez sent a double-sided tape through the ceiling.
You never know what’s going to float and strut on this red carpet, and we’ll give you a front row seat for the dress parade.
Although historically Grammys production leaves the use of the stage as a platform in the hands of individual artists, if they so wish, there is a concerted effort underway this year to send a message on the carpet before the show begins. While several women and men in the Golden Globes 2018 wore black as a sign of solidarity with the movement Time’s Up, tonight has suggested that attendees use a white rose as a sign of their support.
Fans have high hopes for what is also the milestone of the 60th Grammy Awards, as the most culturally significant songs of the most creative artists currently working are in the mix of the main prizes (which are not always awarded every time). years). Will Kendrick Lamar win, with his first nomination for the record of the year, for “HUMBLE”? Or will Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee win one of the biggest Spanish songs in the world, “Despacito”? Will Lorde arrive with the surprise for the album of the year, for three consecutive years for a female artist in that category?