Besides being the biggest night in music, the Grammy Awards ceremony is also known for outrageous fashions. Luckily, E Online is live-streaming arrivals on the red carpet, so viewers can watch as the entertainers give their stylish looks their debuts at the Staples Center in Los Angeles Monday.
You can turn the channel on your television set to E at 4 p.m. EST, but don’t fret in the event you don’t have a TV set. E Online will launch its live-stream coverage at 6 p.m. EST. Click here to watch the live-stream footage.
Coverage of the 58th annual Grammy Awards presentation is special for Ryan Seacrest, who is celebrating 10 years with E Online’s “Live From the Red Carpet” preshow. Joining him will be Giuliana Rancic, as she has frequently done in the past. Together, the duo will ask performers such as Adele and Lady Gaga, “Who are you wearing?” — the iconic phrase created by the now-deceased Joan Rivers.
Last year, stars such as Miranda Lambert, Katy Perry and, of course, Beyoncé rocked the best-dressed list. There were some slipups by Rihanna, Madonna, Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX, who were labeled among the “worst-dressed” by Entertainment Tonight.
Rapper-turned-actor LL Cool J, who hosted the past four shows, will return to the same duties on the Grammy Awards stage.
No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani will make music history at the event. She and Target have teamed up to create the first music video produced on live television. It’s being done for her new solo single, “Make Me Like You.” The video will be filmed during a four-minute commercial break, the record company Interscope Records and Target said in a statement cited by E Online Wednesday.
Stefani promoted the effort on her Instagram page Wednesday: “This is big. I’m going to be in the first LIVE music video on a #GRAMMYs commercial break with @Target! #MoreMusic.”
Click here for the full list of 2016 Grammy nominees.
Click here to watch live-stream coverage of the show.
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