Grammy Awards: Dua Lipa, Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish will do the show

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The 66th Grammy Awards will take place on February 4. The biggest artists of the moment will be present and some will take over the stage.

The time is approaching! The American music awards ceremony will be held on February 4. And some beautiful people are coming! The artists nominated this year will compete for the precious Grammy Awards for song of the year, artist of the year and above all the prestigious one: album of the year. The greatest musical artists will be present to attend a ceremony which already promises to be iconic.

In terms of programming, this 66th edition does not do things by halves since it brings together three of the biggest artists of the moment: Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo. Tensile performances as the singers will compete in multiple categories. The two Barbies, Dua Lipa and Billie Eilish, will engage in a fratricidal duel in the “Song of the Year” section, both for hits composed for the soundtrack of Greta Gerwig’s cinematic hit.

If Billie Eilish has reason to be confident with her victory at the Golden Globes with “What Was I Made For?” », the “Dance The Night” of her competitor and friend also has serious arguments. They will also scrutinize Olivia Rodrigo, also named in this list for her famous “Vampire”.

Tough competition

The three performers of the evening once again face tough competition. The favorite of this edition is the singer SZA, nominated in nine categories, including best album, best recording and best song for “Kill Bill”. Queen Taylor Swift and her 6 nominations obtain a third place shared with Olivia Rodrigo, Miley Cyrus and Billie Eilish in particular. The second artist to compete in the most category is Victoria Monét. The American singer and her first album “Jaguar II” gave her seven nominations.


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