The 2022 Grammy Awards, originally scheduled for Jan. 30 in Los Angeles, will move to Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena with an April 3 ceremony on CBS following a delay due to the pandemic's Omicron surge. As Billboard notes, "this will be the first time the telecast has been held anywhere but L.A. or New York since 1973, when it was held in Nashville. And it will be the first time the show has ever been held in a city in which the Recording Academy doesn’t have chapter. This will be the latest in the calendar year that the Grammys have been held since the seventh annual Grammy Awards were held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. on April 13, 1965. (That was before the first live Grammy telecast in 1971.)" Last year's Grammys were pushed back from Jan. 31 to March 14.
TOPICS: The Grammy Awards, CBS, Trevor Noah, Award Shows, Coronavirus