Grammy Awards 2021 postponed weeks ahead of ceremony

The 2021 Grammy Awards have been postponed, weeks before the annual event was set to tale place.

According to Variety, music’s biggest event will no longer take place on January 31.

Sources reportedly told the publication that the ceremony may now take place in March, however a new date has not been confirmed.

The insiders claimed that a ‘combination of health and travel concerns’ led to the decision.

The news comes after a recent spike in coronavirus cases in the show’s planned location of Los Angeles.

Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce were rumored to be ‘in talks’ to perform their hit track, Savage Remix.

In a brief interview with Billboard published last year, new Grammys executive producer Ben Winston had teased he was ‘looking to do something quite exciting with independent venues’ either in or around the 2021 show.

The track is up for record of the year, with Beyonce competing against herself in the category, as her song Black Parade is also nominated.

The nominations for the 2021 Grammys were announced last year, with Beyonce and Taylor Swift leading the way,

Dua Lipa, Doja Cat, Jhene Aiko, and Megan also landed multiple nods ahead of the 63rd annual awards ceremony, but Queen Bey bagged the most with nine nominations in total.

Rappers Drake, Lil Baby, and Da Baby fared well in the rap categories, while Megan landed her first ever Grammy nod live on air.

Surprisingly, The Weeknd was snubbed completely and failed to land a single nomination.

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