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2014 Grammys Live Stream available online; apps for cell phones, tablets

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The 56th annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast on CBS for the country watch, but even if viewers aren’t near a television they can see the happenings. According to Christian Today on Saturday, the stars and fashion will be available to see via live stream on CBS.com. Or if viewers find themselves at work an app can be downloaded for iOS and Android machines.

The big event will be taking place in downtown Los Angeles and the day is full of festivities. With musical acts being part of the evening event, there will be awards given out all day as the categories are read off and the awards are handed out.

Another high point is the red carpet extravaganza which will lead up to the final prime time Grammys of the award show on Sunday night. Looking to find out who wears the hottest gowns of the night, fans tune in to see what is popular in the world of fashion.

The prime time Grammys will offer some epic collaborations too. The three hour show is expected to have Paul McCartney, Daft Punk, Katy Perry and Lorde among the scheduled performers. Only a few acts have been confirmed, the fans are ready to see some of the biggest artists come together for one-of-a-kind performances.

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