Is Harry Styles Really Performing At The 2021 Grammys?
If you needed a reason to watch the 2021 Grammys, how about the news that Harry Styles could be performing at the ceremony? The former One Direction singer is also nominated.
Read on to find out why Harry’s fans are getting excited over his possible performance, and learn what categories he could take home an award in.
Is Harry Styles Performing At The Grammys?
As CapitalFM reports, the Recording Academy has yet to confirm whether Harry will be a performer. However, a video ad for the award show surfaced on Twitter which lists Harry, Billie Eilish, and Taylor Swift among the performers at this year’s show.
Fans obviously got excited about the prospect of seeing their favorite singer performing. However, some people were skeptical about the ad’s validity, considering Billie Eilish’s name is spelled incorrectly.
As of right now, the Grammys website only lists that the host of this year’s show will be Trevor Noah. The performers and presenters are listed as “coming soon.”
If he does end up performing at the Grammys, some fans think Harry will perform his song “Treat People With Kindness.” They pointed out that choreographer Paul Roberts, who worked on the song’s music video, posted that he was “back in the rehearsal room.”
What Grammys Is Harry Nominated For?
Harry Styles is nominated for three awards at this year’s Grammys. “Adore You” is nominated in the Music Video category, “Watermelon Sugar” is nominated in the Pop Solo Performance category, and his album Fine Line is nominated for Pop Vocal Album.
The 63rd Grammys are set to take place Sunday, March 14, at 8 pm ET. You can watch the ceremony on CBS, CBS All Access and Paramount+. Earlier this week, the Grammys posted that performers and presenters would be announced “very soon.”
Beyoncé leads this year’s nominees with nine nominations. Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, and Roddy Rich are next with six nominations each. The show was initially scheduled for January, but the date was moved to March due to the surge of COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles.