Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

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Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Sam Smith, four-time Grammy winner.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Sting, left, 16-time Grammy winner and Shaggy, one-time Grammy winner.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Sir Elton John, five-time Grammy winner.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Alessia Cara, Winner best new artist.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Cardi B, nominated for best rap performance and best rap song for “Bodak Yellow.” would give young artists.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

DJ Khaled, two-time Grammy nominee, with his son Asahd.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Julia Michaels, nominated for best new artist.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Andra Day, two-time Grammy nominee.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Zayn Malik

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

SZA, nominated for five Grammys, including best new artist and best R&B performance.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Lady Gaga, nominated for best pop solo performance for “Million Reasons” and best pop vocal album for “Joanne.”

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET
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Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Ashanti, one-time Grammy winner.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Camila Cabello came with her mom as her guest.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Miley Cyrus, one-time Grammy nominee.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Jessica Andrea, left, and Logic

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

P!nk nominated for best pop solo performance for “What About Us.”

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Rita Ora

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Lana Del Rey, nominated for best pop vocal album for “Lust For Life.”

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Anna Kendrick

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Eve, four-time Grammy winner.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Hailee Steinfeld

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Rick Ross, a four-time Grammy nominee.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Janelle Monae, six-time Grammy nominee.

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Big Sean, nominated for best rap performance for “Bounce Back” and best rap album for “Culture.”

Grammys 2018 RED CARPET

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend.

The industry’s biggest annual musical event kicks off with a performance from Kendrick Lamar with an appearance by comedian Dave Chappelle.

James Corden, the late-night host is playing emcee yet again and will preside over a night that promises to be big for hip-hop and R&B, with the genres dominating the main categories.

While the film and television industry has been vocal for weeks on its support of Time’s Up, this is the first unified statement from the music industry. The initiative was recently founded by 300 prominent women in entertainment, including Reese Witherspoon, Shonda Rhimes, and Kerry Washington, to fight harassment and abuse in the workplace.

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