How To Stream The 2018 Grammys Red Carpet To See All Eye-Catching Fashion

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If there is one red carpet you can't miss, it's the Grammys. From Lady Gaga's David Bowie inspired ensemble to Katy Perry's blonde locks, the biggest night in music always has so much to offer. For those without cable, you need to know how to stream the 2018 Grammys red carpet because you'll want to catch every single appearance and interview with some of the biggest names in music.

While the Academy Awards and Golden Globes are some of the highest profile awards show, they're also some of the most buttoned up. You won't find a ton of boundary pushing fashions or next level beauty looks that make you say both "Wow" and "WTF" at the same time. Welcome, the Grammys.

Of course award shows like the MTV Video Music Awards and The CMAs receive their fair share of eccentricity, the Grammys are almost always one of the most exciting red carpets. If you want to watch them but you don't have traditional cable to tune into networks like E!, you're in luck. Of course, you can always tune into E! Online or CBS online if you have a cable log in — or steal one from the fam.

Billboard will be streaming the Grammys red carpet live on Twitter. You won't miss a single quirky suit or drop dead gorgeous gown. According to Billboard, the stream will begin at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT and will continue until the actual awards begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Jan. 28.

You'll get full-on live coverage from both the red carpet and inside the building with the Twitter live stream. Not only will you simply see the happenings, but you'll also get interviews with nominees and behind the scenes sneak peeks as well.

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As for who you might see on the red carpet, it's a serious gathering of talent. Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Pink, and Lady Gaga are all nominees that you may be on the lookout for. While all of the presenters, nominees, and performers are excited, the Grammys are also brining every one's favorite bad gal back to the stage in 2018. Rihanna is performing, and it's sure to be one of the highlights of the night. Honestly, her presence is reason enough for you to not miss streaming the Grammy red carpet.

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As for who else you may see performing? The line-up is incredible. Childish Gambino, Kendrick Lamar, Maren Morris, and Bruno Mars and Cardi B will all be hitting the stage, and may just be hitting the carpet as well.

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As for whether Hollywood's Time's Up movement will be a topic of conversation, it just might. A movement has already been organized to support the initiative thanks to music executives Meg Harkin and Karen Rait. The two executives were inspired by the actors wearing all black to the Golden Globes in support of the the #MeToo movement. In response, the pair came together to form Voices In Entertainment, a group of women encouraging presenters, performers, and nominees at the Grammy Awards to wear white roses on the red carpet.

For the pair, the rose is a traditional and classic accessory, but the white color symbolizes the protests of the suffragettes. So far, stars such as Kelly Clarkson, Dua Lipa, and Halsey have all signed on to wear the rose. However, many are sure to join as show time approaches.

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If you want to catch your favorite entertainers at the Grammys but don't have cable, don't worry. Thanks to Billboard, you'll be able to see every interview, gorgeous outfit, and outrageous moment on the red carpet. Be sure to be on the look out for the white rose symbol in honor of Time's Up, and set your alarm to catch all the excitement.