Adele took home a haul of six awards at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards in 2012, matching the record set by Beyoncé in 2010 for the most Grammys awarded to a female artists in a single night. Reuters

Music lovers rejoice! The Grammy Awards have finally arrived, promising a night of memorable performances from artists like Beyonce, Katy Perry, Lorde and John Legend.

The ceremony will air on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, live from the Staples Center center in Los Angeles. The ceremony will broadcast on CBS and streamed live online at CBS.com. The network will also be live blogging the event.
You can access the Grammy Awards live stream here.
You can access the Grammy Awards live blog here.
Ahead of Sunday night's show, you can also access this year's special Grammy Live content. Starting on Jan. 26 at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m PT, Grammy Live provides VIP and backstage access to the events leading up to the award's show.It will be available exclusively online at CBS.com.
You can access the Grammy Live stream here. All Grammy Live content is also available on all Apple and Android smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
You can also view a full list of this year's nominees in all 70 categories here. And a list of all the confirmed performers for the show is here.
For additional live updates, photos and coverage of your favorite music stars, check out Grammy Awards social media accounts below:
You can get a glimpse of the red carpet, interviews and backstage view of the ceremony on the Grammys Instagram account.
The Grammy Awards Twitter is a great spot to look for the latest news from the show.
You can interact will fellow Grammy fans through the show's Facebook.
The Grammy Awards App is filled with the latest music news and coverage ahead of and during the ceremony. The app can be purchased for free at the Apple Store here and at the Google Play Store here.
Check out the Grammy Awards YouTube channel for video updates, including the show's newly updated theme song.