Vh1 airs 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards exclusively on Monday, 13th February 7:30 AM onwards with a primetime repeat at 9 PM
Mumbai: Vh1 continues the award fever in India with a month long celebration of the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards, on air and on ground. The biggest names in the industry will unite to recognize and celebrate the best of 2016 at Staples Center, Los Angeles on Monday, 13th February 7:30 AM onwards with a primetime repeat at 9 PM. The viewers will get to watch the most anticipated performances and inspiring victory speeches exclusively on Vh1.
This year, Beyoncé leads the pack with nine nominations, making it a total of 62 GRAMMY nominations across her career in the music industry, and with 20 wins already in her pocket! Drake, Rihanna, and Kanye West follow soon after, with eight nominations each, trailed by Chance the Rapper with seven and Adele and Twenty One Pilots with five nods each. This year also marks Demi Lovato’s debut in the race to win the coveted award with her first-ever GRAMMY nomination.
In addition to the exclusive telecast, Vh1 also screens GRAMMYs across 12 cities at popular pubs, bars and restaurants along with special screenings at JCB and Golds Gym. Vh1 is organizing special GRAMMY breakfast parties and offers its viewers a chance to attend the ceremony LIVE in Los Angeles through the Vh1 GRAMMY’s Super Access.
Commenting on the telecast of the Annual Grammy Awards, Hashim D’souza, Programming Head, English Entertainment, Viacom18 shared, “We are excited and proud to be the Nation’s premier destination for international Pop culture, and with the Annual GRAMMY Awards we aim to reiterate our stand as India’s go-to destination for international music and entertainment. Along with bringing quality international content to India, we are also excited to provide a money can’t buy experience by sending one lucky winner to attend the GRAMMYs like a VIP. This year our awards season kicked off with a phenomenal response to the Golden Globe Awards and with 2017 GRAMMYs we hope to take it up a notch by integrating live viewer reactions on-air”