Go Backstage At The 2017 GRAMMY Awards Rehearsals

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Venture backstage and take a glimpse at all the 2017 GRAMMY Awards rehearsal action.

Venture backstage and take a glimpse at all the 2017 GRAMMY Awards rehearsal action.

Before you watch the 2017 GRAMMY Awards live this Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT on CBS and CBS All Access, check out these behind-the-scenes snapshots straight from rehearsals, starting with this photo of Pentatonix in mid-harmony.

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GRAMMY nominees Pentatonix hit the right notes during their rehearsal.

GRAMMY nominees Pentatonix hit the right notes during their rehearsal.

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Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying looks like he's really feeling his performance.

Pentatonix singer Scott Hoying looks like he's really feeling his performance.

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The Late Late Show's James Corden gets comfortable in his hosting role for the 2017 GRAMMY Awards.

The Late Late Show's James Corden gets comfortable in his hosting role for the 2017 GRAMMY Awards.

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Country crooner and two-time 2017 GRAMMY nominee Sturgill Simpson steps up to the mic.

Country crooner and two-time 2017 GRAMMY nominee Sturgill Simpson steps up to the mic.

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This year, Sturgill Simpson is nominated for Album Of The Year and Best Country Album.

This year, Sturgill Simpson is nominated for Album Of The Year and Best Country Album.

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Soulful singer John Legend sits at his piano to practice before his special 2017 GRAMMY performance.

Soulful singer John Legend sits at his piano to practice before his special 2017 GRAMMY performance.

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Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood sport a relaxed look while rehearsing at Staples Center.

Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood sport a relaxed look while rehearsing at Staples Center.

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Current GRAMMY nominees Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood compare notes during rehearsals.

Current GRAMMY nominees Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood compare notes during rehearsals.

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Keith Urban couldn't be more excited for his GRAMMY performance on Sunday.

Keith Urban couldn't be more excited for his GRAMMY performance on Sunday.

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Best Pop Vocal Album nominee Demi Lovato rehearses in a cozy white sweater.

Best Pop Vocal Album nominee Demi Lovato rehearses in a cozy white sweater.

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Demi Lovato appears

Demi Lovato appears "Confident" as she belts out one of her hits at L.A.'s Staples Center.

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Two-time GRAMMY nominee William Bell and guitarist Gary Clark, Jr. practice their collaboration.

Two-time GRAMMY nominee William Bell and guitarist Gary Clark, Jr. practice their collaboration.

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Tori Kelly, who was nominated for Best New Artist in 2016, rehearses her set for Music's Biggest Night®.

Tori Kelly, who was nominated for Best New Artist in 2016, rehearses her set for Music's Biggest Night®.

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Looks like 10-time GRAMMY winner Adele and four-time winner Bruno Mars might knock elbows.

Looks like 10-time GRAMMY winner Adele and four-time winner Bruno Mars might knock elbows.

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Jay Z and Beyoncé, who's expecting twins and perhaps a few GRAMMY wins, will be seated next to each other on GRAMMY night.

Jay Z and Beyoncé, who's expecting twins and perhaps a few GRAMMY wins, will be seated next to each other on GRAMMY night.

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Lady Gaga and John Legend will keep each other company during the 2017 GRAMMY Awards.

Lady Gaga and John Legend will keep each other company during the 2017 GRAMMY Awards.

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De La Soul, Katharine McPhee, and Thomas Rhett will be GRAMMY neighbors.

De La Soul, Katharine McPhee, and Thomas Rhett will be GRAMMY neighbors.

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For the first time in GRAMMY history, the trophy presenters will now include male and transgender trophy presenters. (L-R) Martina Robledo, Derreck Marrocco, and Hollin Haley.

For the first time in GRAMMY history, the trophy presenters will now include male and transgender trophy presenters. (L-R) Martina Robledo, Derreck Marrocco, and Hollin Haley.

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James Corden gives 2017 GRAMMY Awards rehearsals two thumbs up.

James Corden gives 2017 GRAMMY Awards rehearsals two thumbs up.

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Hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest prep for their performance with up-and-comer Anderson .Paak.

Hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest prep for their performance with up-and-comer Anderson .Paak.

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Best New Artist nominee Anderson .Paak shines—literally—during GRAMMY rehearsals.

Best New Artist nominee Anderson .Paak shines—literally—during GRAMMY rehearsals.

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