What Time Is The 2017 Tony Awards Red Carpet? Here's When To Tune In

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Get your popcorn and live-tweeting ready, because the Tony Awards will be here before you know it. The big night will bring all the best singers, dancers, and actors of Broadway for one night, and you won't want to miss anything. If you're wondering when the Tony Awards' red carpet starts, I have all the deets for you. Here's every single thing you need to know, so you don't miss a single pre-show moment.

When it comes to the Tony Awards, things are a little different. You don't get the typical E! News red carpet 360 camera or mani-cam, but there will be gorgeous outfits, tons of talent, and unexpected moments. According to the official website, the Tony Awards red carpet is from 5p.m. to 7p.m. ET on June 11. The pre-show event is sponsored by Nordstrom, so you won't want to miss a single fashionable moment.

As far as how to watch the event, you have a few viewing options. There will be live-streaming available at TonyAwards.com and on Facebook as well. No matter how you watch, the coverage will cut out right after the red carpet ends at 7p.m., and you'll have to tune in to the awards show on CBS.

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There are tons of moments to looks forward to when it comes to the Tony Awards. “Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," which stars Josh Groban, was nominated for 12 nominations, so you can bet he'll hit the red carpet in style. Another one to watch will be Kevin Spacey, who is hosting this year's event.

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Bottom line: this is one red carpet event that you don't want to miss. With all the viewing possibilities, there's no excuse not to tune in!