Awards season is in full swing! Following a Golden Globes full of red carpet moments and celebrity political commentary, it's almost time to watch and stream the Grammys 2020 ceremony, which will celebrate some of the year's best music, from Lizzo and Billie Eilish's breakout moments to Ariana Grande and Beyoncé's continued success. We learned the nominations back in November, just before many of those same celebrities attended the American Music Awards, and on January 26 at 8 pm EST, the world will finally see who takes home the golden gramophones for Best New Artist, Album of the Year, and more. Alicia Keys is hosting again and the list of performers is getting exciting, too: all of the above artists except Beyoncé are confirmed to take the stage, as are the Jonas Brothers, Tyler, the Creator, and more. If one thing's for sure, it's that the Grammys 2020 ceremony is not to be missed.
But how will you watch the Grammys 2020 show? If you're not using a TV, watching the awards show will take a bit more planning, but we've found some options so you can stop worrying about how you'll catch your favorite artist's big win and start jamming out to the night's performances. Read on to learn five ways to watch and stream the Grammys 2020.