The 2023 Grammy Award nominees will be announced during a live event from the Grammy Museum today, Tuesday, at 9 a.m. PT after a year of new music.
Jimmie Allen, Nate Burleson, Gayle King, Luis Fonsi, Ledisi, John Legend, Machine Gun Kelly, Smokey Robinson, Olivia Rodrigo, and Recording Academy CEO, Harvey Mason Jr., are among the celebrities who announced the nominations. Cyndi Lauper and Dan + Shay will also perform and make the nominations announcement.
The 91 categories in all, including five new ones that the Recording Academy announced earlier this year, will recognize artists and creators at the Grammys. The new categories include non-classical songwriting songwriter of the year, best alternative music performance, best Americana performance, best score soundtrack for interactive media like video games, and best spoken word poetry album.
For the best song for social change, a brand-new special merit award will also be presented. On the official Grammys website as well as the Academy’s social media pages on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok, viewers can watch the 65th annual ceremony live stream. After the ceremony, the complete list of nominees will be published.
On February 5, the Grammy Awards make their way back to Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena. At 5 p.m. PT, the program will be broadcast live on CBS and streamed live and on demand on Paramount+. Below, you can watch the 2023 Grammy Award nominees being announced live.