Grammys 2019 live: the winners, the snubbings and the highlights of the 61st Grammy Awards tonight, hosted by Alicia Keys – updates in real time

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The biggest night of music is here. The 61st Annual Grammy Awards will be live from Los Angeles tonight at 8pm. ET. CBS News will bring you all the winners, mockery and performances right here.

Entertainment Tonight is streaming live from the red carpet ahead of the big show. ET coverage started at 19:00 ET.

Follow the Grammy Awards live updates below:

Camila Cabello starts the show

Camila Cabello opened the show tonight with an energetic show of her hit "L & # 39; Havana". She was joined on stage by rapper Young Thug and singers Ricky Martin and J Balvin.

Notable winners

  • Ariana Grande wins her first Grammy, the best pop voice for "Sweetener"
  • Childish Gambino wins the best music video for "This Is America"
  • Beck's "Colors" wins the best alternative music album
  • Dave Chappelle brings home the best comedy album for "Equanimity & the Bird Revelation"
  • Here is a complete list of tonight's winners (Update)

Chris Cornell wins the posthumous award

The late Chris Cornell won the best rock award for "When Bad Does Good". His daughter Toni and son Christopher accepted the father's award on Sunday. Cornell, 52, died in May 2017.

"He is a rock icon, the godfather of grunge and the creator of a movement, whose contribution to the history of music has had a lasting impact on genres and generations," Christopher told the audience, reports ET. "While it has touched the hearts of millions of people, the most important thing for which it is known for us is to be the greatest father and our hero."

Ariana Grande wins the first Grammy

Ariana Grande has missed the ceremony this year, but won her first Grammy Award in her career. The 25-year-old singer won the award for best pop voice for her album "Sweetener". She tweeted thanks Sunday night.

How to watch 2019 Grammys

Here's how you can watch the big show tonight:

At the command of the field

Kendrick Lamar has the most nominations for the evening with eight. He is recognized for his work on the soundtrack of Marvel's "Black Panther", including his single "All the Stars" with SZA.

Drake has won seven awards for his latest album "Scorpion". His single "God & # 39; s Plan" is ready for the song of the year (for the songwriters) and the record of the year (for artists, engineers, mixers).

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