Watch Grammy Nomination Concert (2010) Online Live-Feed Video

November 30, 2010
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Watch Grammy Nomination Concert (2010) online here, with live-feed, live-stream video. Also, get a sneak preview of what you can expect from the event you’ve all been waiting for.

This Wednesday night the anticipation will come to a head as we gear up for the most epic awards show of them all. The actual ceremony won’t take place until February 13, but this week we will be treated to a little dose of what will take place on music’s biggest night.

The concert will take place live on CBS December 1st at 8/7c. The event will be hosted by LL Cool J, who is also expected to perform.

Here is a list of the acts that will also grace the stage at Club Nokia in Los Angeles:

Train, Justin Bieber, B.o.B, Miranda Lambert, Bruno Mars and Katy Perry.

Celebuzz has a nice list of the star presenters we’ll see, too!

That is a pretty heavy list, but the real issue on everyone’s mind is who will be nominated. Are you stuck at work? Did the deliverymen break your LCD TV during shipping? No worries, you can watch Grammy Nomination Concert (2010) online here, with live-feed, live-stream video in the box below.

This will only be the third year in a row that the nominations have been presented this way. It’s pretty clever, and obviously a way to rake in some extra ratings being that everyone is crazy over the Grammys. Last year it was all about the Black Eyes Peas, but I think this year signified a major return to Pop Music.

I’m just saying a little prayer that this isn’t yet another Taylor Swift sweeper. The girl is good and everything, but good God man. Either way, I think it’s safe to say that Biebs will own this year for sure. What do you think?

Sit back, relax, and watch Grammy Nomination Concert (2010) online, with live-feed, live-stream video in the box below.

TIP: Don’t click on the feed box unless it fails to auto-load after a few seconds. The show should begin after a quick ad.




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