3 Ways to Enjoy the Grammys Online

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Winners of the 55th Grammy Awards, hosted by LL Cool J, will be revealed Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. You can enhance your 3-hour TV viewing experience with our digestible list of three ways to get more from tonight's Grammys.

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1. Watch the Action at Grammy Live

You can tune into Grammy Live video streams for VIP and backstage events before and during the televised ceremony at Grammy.com, CBS.com and on the Grammy app.

You'll see red-carpet coverage, backstage interviews, pressroom question-and-answer sessions and winners’ portrait sessions, among other intimate moments.

2. Follow and Interact With Celebrities on Twitter

Fifty percent of all active Twitter users follow at least one musician, and many of the most-followed Twitter users are musicians, so you can anticipate a significant spike in tweets tonight. The stars have already been busy tweeting in the hours before the show:

The Recording Academy encourages viewers to tweet using hashtags #Grammys and #TheWorldIsListening before, during and after the ceremony.

Twitter created a special Grammy Awards page, where you'll find celebrity live tweeters. Notable accounts to follow throughout the show include @TheGRAMMYS, @CBS, @TwitterMusic, @TwitterTV, @MashEntertain and Mashable's @BAHjournalist.

3. Predict the Winners in Every Major Category

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You can lock in your last-minute predictions using the Grammys' Android and iOS apps, which also let you listen to the nominees via Grammy Radio, see photos and view videos.

Click here to view the gallery: Behind The Scenes 55th Grammy Awards

Images via Kevin Winter/Getty Images and Grammy.com

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