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The Day is Here...What to expect at the 2014 Grammy's Tonight

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The Superbowl of the music industry will happen tonight at The 56th Grammy Awards taking place in Los Angeles, California. Some of the most known names and faces in the music business will be seen at the awards tonight including: Madonna, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Drake and Rihanna.

Some of the frontrunners include Lorde, for her smash song "Royals", and Kendrick Lamar is another new-comer expecting to gain a coveted statue. Jay-Z who is dominating the awards with a massive 9 nominations for his album “Magna Carta Holy Grail.”.

One of the main highlights is the main show opening where Jay-Z is expected to take the stage with his Iconic wife, Queen Bey. The power couple is nominated for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. This nomination makes Beyoncé the most nominated female Grammy artist with 46 total nominations.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Justin Timberlake and Pharrell Williams are also are nominated for seven awards each.

The Grammy Awards ceremony will air tonight at 8p.m. on the CBS Network. However, there are many events happening online where viewers will be able to experience the red carpet fashions, backstage press action, as well as various other Live Blogging events.

The HoneySpot will be live blogging the results and celebrating with the winners throughout the evening!


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