The Grammy Music Awards ceremony will not take place as planned, the organizer announced. Omikron's risk is too great for the live audience.

The Organizer of the Grammy Awards announced that this year's Music Awards Ceremony will be postponed.

Grammy award postponed due to Omikron

The uncertainty about the rampant Omikron variant is too great for a live audience.

 Grammy Awards postponed because of Omikron

The Grammy Awards are music prizes that have been given since 1959.

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  • The awarding of the Grammys will be postponed this year.

  • This is due to the high risks of the Omikron variant.

  • The new one The date will be announced soon.

This year's Grammy Awards ceremony has been postponed due to the Coronavirus variant Omikron. The organizer Recording Academy announced on Wednesday that it would involve “too many risks” to hold the music awards ceremony on January 31 in Los Angeles with a live audience and performances. A new date will be announced soon.

Jon Batiste has the highest number of Grammy nominations this year. He has been nominated eleven times. The second most nominations with eight Justin Bieber, Doja Cat and HER each

The Grammy Awards were already postponed last year

The Grammy- Award postponed due to the coronavirus. Instead of the end of January, it took place in mid-March. The audience was limited. Many of the musical performances had been pre-recorded.

Other awards ceremonies may also be postponed after the Grammy Awards. The Screen Actors Guild Awards are supposed to be presented in February, the Oscars in March.

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