The Grammys are this Sunday, February 12 and I can personally guarantee that everyone will be talking about the event for at least a day after the final award is given out.
So, unless you wanna be the dumb one at the office who says stuff like, "Was Adele there?" and, "Did Bruno Mars perform?" and, "What is a 'Grammy'?" you should probably clear some time off your calendar to watch.
Here are all the ways you can watch the action live:
CBS's Red Carpet Live: 7:30 pm (ET)
Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier and Nancy O'Dell will be taking over pre-show hosting duties. If you want to see what everyone is wearing so you can be a total dick about it while covered in Cheetos dust at home, this is when your Grammys night should begin.
And why wouldn't it begin there? Half the fun of the Grammys is yelling stuff like, "ARE YOU KIDDING ME, RITA ORA??!?! THAT SHADE OF TEAL?!?!" or, "I would straight murder my grandparents for the chance at wearing whatever the hell it is Beyoncé is wearing."
E! will also be broadcasting live from the red carpet beginning at 6 pm ET. It will be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic.
The actual Grammy Awards: 8:00 pm (ET)
The show kicks off at 8 pm on CBS. James Corden is set to host the event, so you know there's going to be a legendary edition of "Carpool Karaoke" at some point during the broadcast... we hope.
Buckle up if you plan on watching the whole thing, though. Because of all of the performances and awards, The Grammys historically clock in at over 3.5 hours.
Check out the online stream.
Unfortunately, the only way to watch the actual awards show is through CBS. You can either check it out on TV or use its CBS All Access program.
It comes with a free one-week trial, so you always have the option of pulling a Sephora and ripping that shit for free while telling them you will actually throw your credit card down later on.
CBS All Access is available on Android, Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, Xbox, Windows 10, pS4 and Roku.