All eyes were on the prize at the 2023 Grammys! The awards show saw some well-deserved wins, star-studded performances, and Queen Bey set an all-time record!
The ceremony, hosted by Trevor Noah, saw Lizzo winning Record of the Year for “About Damn Time,” with Harry Styles taking home a win for “Harry’s House” in the Album of the Year category. “Just Like That” by Bonnie Raitt won Song of the Year.
But it was a big powerhouse who made Grammys history! Though Beyoncé was nominated in all three of the above categories and didn’t win, she took home a gold record player in four categories, including Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for “Renaissance,” as well as Best Dance/Electronic Recording for “Break My Soul.” And it was these wins that helped her make Grammys history! Check out a video of her win on Twitter!
Before the 2023 ceremony, Beyoncé had a total of 28 Grammys, the most any female artist holds. Now, she’s the one who has the most wins out of any other artist with a total of 32 Grammy awards! This record was previously held by Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti who had 31.
There was a lot of exciting moments that were a shame to miss. If you weren’t able to watch the show live, you may be wondering where you can see it now. We’ve got the answer for you below!
Are the Grammys streaming on Peacock?
The 65th Grammy Awards are not streaming on Peacock. The awards ceremony aired on CBS, which does not own the platform. Peacock is run by NBC.
Where are the Grammys streaming?
Since CBS was the broadcast network that aired the Grammys, that means you can currently stream the almost three-hour show on Paramount+! If you’re not subscribed to the streaming service, then you can purchase the “Essential” tier (with ads) for $4.99/month. The other option is to buy the “Premium” tier (no ads) for 9.99/month.
The 65th Grammy Awards are currently streaming on Paramount+.