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The Grammys really picked a "Golden" performer to open the show as he is a man who can truly do it all.

Sunday will kick off the 2021 Grammy Awards with Harry Styles opening performance, Jack Sussman, CBS executive VP of Specials, music and live events, confirmed on Wednesday.


"You don't want to miss the top of the show," Sussman told Variety. "It's going to be music coming at you heavy and hard like you've not seen it before. We've got Harry Styles, this incredible entertainer, at the top of the show and we'll just keep coming at you."

It's not disclosed which songs of his will be performed, but do they ever disappoint? NO!

Styles is in the running for three Grammys this year, including best pop solo performance for "Watermelon Sugar," best pop vocal album for "Fine Line" and best music video for "Adore You."

Thats not all, as many performances are on the way this Sunday. Sussman says performers who are also scheduled to take the stage are BTS, Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, Post Malone, Cardi B, Billie Eilish, Doja Cat, Miranda Lambert and Megan Thee Stallion.

"We wanted to do it right for the artists. It's been a tough year. This is a moment in time for these artists to get out on stage and connect with fans who have been starving for these kinds of moments," he said. "We have a wonderful group of diverse musical talent — some of the best live performers on the planet."

Sussman said there will be many different production entertainment this year as BTS and the K-group will be making "seismic activity in downtown L.A." and some performances pre taped making the show that much better.

"It will be what you really love and want to see BTS do," Sussman noted. "They're going to have fun and engage the audience at home. They'll get you up on your feet in your living room."

But the best news yet, It wont be a zoom inspired award show. Sussman says, "You're going to be as entertained as if you were watching it at the Staples with 14,000 other fans."

Trevor Noah is the host of this years 63rd annual GRAMMYS Awards. It will air Sunday, March 14 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS and Paramount+.

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