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2014 Grammy Awards live online, TV info; Odds favor Lorde, Daft Punk, Macklemore

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The 2014 Grammy Awards live stream and television coverage for the 56th edition is scheduled for today, Jan. 26 and CBS is kicking off the viewing nine hours early for music fans.

According to a Christian Today report on Jan. 26, live stream coverage will begin at noon on CBS and will be available to view online via live stream on CBS.com, or by downloading the apps for iOS and Android. The best part about the Grammy Live option is fans now have the ability to view every live performance and presentation of awards in all 70 categories.

This is the fifth year the fans have the Grammy Live option, and each year it seems to get better as fans can now get more access to the show than ever before.

"For our fifth year of GRAMMY Live, viewers can, once again, expect exceptional, unlimited access to their favorite artists.” Evan Greene, Chief Marketing Officer for The Recording Academy stated.

“ As the landscape of technology expands, we strive to connect music fans to one another by producing the most engaging content surrounding Music's Biggest Night."

This year the competition will once again be fierce, as top awards such as “Album of the Year,” “Song of the Year” and “Record of the Year” will be once again on the line.

When it comes to the “Song of the Year” category, odds makers at Bovada sports book have it as a one group race, or should I say a one woman race!

“Royals” by Lorde is the heavy favorite to take home the honor, and by a wide margin. Coming in at -120 or basically even money, it will be a shock if “Royals” doesn't take home the Grammy.

Other favorites to win tonight are Macklemore & Ryan Lewis for “Album of the Year” with “The Heist” and Daft Punk’s "Get Lucky" (featuring Pharrell) for “Record of the Year”.

Here is a look at the latest odds as of this morning for four of the major categories in tonight’s award show. Will the favorites take home the trophies or will there be some upsets along the way?

Album of the Year Preview

  • The Heist - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis -150
  • Random Access Memories - Daft Punk +350
  • Red - Taylor Swift +400
  • Good Kid, MAAD City - Kendrick Lamar +700
  • The Blessed Unrest - Sara Bareilles +1500

Record of the Year

  • Royals - Lorde +140
  • Get Lucky - Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams +125
  • Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke feat. TI & Pharrell Williams +1200
  • Locked Out Of Heaven - Bruno Mars +600
  • Radioactive - Imagine Dragons +700

Song of the Year Preview

  • Royals - Lorde -120
  • Same Love - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis +275
  • Just Give Me A Reason - Pink +600
  • Locked Out Of Heaven - Bruno Mars +550
  • Roar - Katy Perry +1000

Best New Artist Preview

  • Macklemore & Ryan Lewis -350
  • Kendrick Lamar +700
  • Kacey Musgraves +700
  • Ed Sheeran +1000
  • James Blake +1200
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