Grammys 2021 delayed over Covid concerns
The 2021 Grammy Awards have been deferred from the initially planned date of January 31 to March 14. Today (January 5), the Recording Academy gave a joint assertion with CBS expressing that the choice came "after insightful discussions with wellbeing specialists." It proceeded:
The weakening COVID circumstance in Los Angeles, with clinic administrations being overpowered, ICUs having arrived at limit, and new direction from state and nearby governments have all driven us to reason that delaying our show was the correct activity. Nothing is a higher priority than the wellbeing and security of those in our music network and the many individuals who work enthusiastically on creating the show.:
The assertion was endorsed by Harvey Mason jr., Chair and Interim President/CEO of the Recording Academy, Jack Sussman of CBS, and Ben Winston of Fulwell 73 Productions.
Preceding giving the previously mentioned articulation, it had been accounted for by Entertainment Weekly that the new date for the Grammys service would be March 21. The Recording Academy likewise added the date to their authority schedule with a heading that read "63rd Annual Grammy Awards." It gave the idea that the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony would likewise occur on March 21.
As per Rolling Stone, the Academy was intending to hold the Grammys without a crowd of people or assigned specialists, with just moderators and performing craftsmen joining in. Last June, it was reported that the Academy Awards would be delayed from their unique date of February 28 to April 25.
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The 2021 service, which will be facilitated by "The Daily Show's" Trevor Noah, was expected to be held without a crowd of people and just permitting moderators and entertainers on location during the show. The Grammys are customarily held at Staples Center in midtown Los Angeles and regularly draw 18,000 participants. This year, the show was wanted to be held in the midtown region however in an enormously restricted limit.
Beyoncé drives the field of 2021 Grammy candidates with nine all-out gestures, trailed by Dua Lipa, Roddy Ricch, and Taylor Swift. The candidates for Album of the Year are Jhené Aiko's "Chilombo," oneself named collection from Black Pumas, Coldplay's "Regular daily existence," Jacob Collier's "Jesse Vol. 3," Haim's "Ladies In Music Pt. III," Lipa's "Future Nostalgia," Post Malone's "Hollywood Bleeding" and Swift's "Old stories.