This year’s Grammy Awards will spotlight a new location – Las Vegas – and an inching toward normalcy as it again unfolds in front of a live audience after a 2021 hybrid edition.

Sunday's 64th annual show, postponed from January following a spike in omicron COVID-19 cases, marks the first time the ceremony has taken place anywhere other than Los Angeles or New York since a 1973 Nashville edition.

Along with the usual starry lineup of performers – BTS, newly minted Oscar winner Billie Eilish and Carrie Underwood among them – the 2022 Grammys might also witness history made by several performers.

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Taylor Swift could become the first artist to win album of the year four times (with “Evermore”), and BTS has the potential to become the first K-pop group to win a Grammy.

And Eilish would be the first person to take home record of the year three times in succession – and the first female to do so – if “Happier Than Ever” wins the category.

But we know you have questions, so from the top nominees to the performance lineup, here's everything you need to know going into this year's Grammys.

Sunday's show airs live on CBS and Paramount+ at 8 EDT/5 PDT. The Grammys’ 2022 home, MGM Grand Garden Aren

The Vegas venue has also hosted the Latin Grammys every year since 2009.

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