The 63rd Grammy Awards show is on today, and promises some big wins and even bigger performances. Here’s how you can watch the award show in Australia, and soak up all the glitz and glamour from the comfort of your own couch.

It’s that time of the year again folks, when everyone gets into their best gear and eagerly waits for Beyoncé or Lady Gaga to snatch up another Grammy out of nowhere, while everyone else is either snubbed or forgotten. And TBH that’s barely a joke, because Beyoncé and Lady Gaga have already won at the Grammys and it hasn’t even officially started.

So, let’s get down to business. Where can we humble Australians watch the 63rd Grammy Awards show, and when does it actually fkn start? I swear it changes up every year, so here are all the deets you need to enjoy this year’s award ceremony without stumbling through one thousand websites.

So, where can I watch the Grammys?

Let’s get into it right away, because in the words of Rihanna, “baby, this is what you came for.”

On Monday morning, the pre-show went down, and you’ve definitely already missed it. Don’t worry though, it’s not the actual main event, and just features some awards and performances.

You can check out the Grammys pre-show (which is NOT the actual ceremony) on YouTube HERE or Facebook HERE, if you love a bit of Zucc.

From around 11am though is when you can watch the main proceedings go down, and you can check it all out on Channel 10. Yep, it’s as easy as switching on the telly. Nice.

Or if shoddy web design is more your flavour (who knows, perhaps you’re into the antiquated and oddly coloured charms of the world), then the Grammys website is also streaming the entire night.

Who the hell is hosting?

Why that would be the lovely Trevor Noah, who is sure to bring the charm and the biting comedy.

I’m here for it honestly, and am just really glad they didn’t get someone like James Corden or Jimmy Fallon. They’ve had their time in the sun.

Who the hell is performing?

This year’s performances will be from Cardi B, Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, Billie Eilish, HAIM, John Mayer and Harry Styles.

Let’s be real we’re all here for Harry, but it’s gonna be amazing to see Cardi perform ‘WAP’ live for the first time ever.

Will there be memes and tweets?

Of course! And in fact, there have already been a few.

Please enjoy one of the popular memes so far, including one for Phoebe Bridgers, who unfortunately did not win. Everyone is watching out for Elton John, and it’s hilarious.

Anyway, I’m sure there’s gonna be a whole lot more wild stuff going down, so I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.