By: Greg Sacidor
With the 59th annual Grammy Awards taking place this Sunday (February 12), the one thing Marilyn Russell of WOGL’s Breakfast Club says she wants to see are the tributes. Of course this year, the annual awards show will pay tribute to two music legends in Prince and George Michael, along with many others.
Friday (February 10) afternoon, Russell joined WOGL’s sister television station CBS3 to preview music’s biggest night. When it comes to who will go home with some of the top honors, Russell revealed that she expects both Adele and Drake to hear their names called.
Up against fellow artists Beyoncé, Lukas Graham, Rihanna and Twenty One Pilots, Russell predicted that Adele’s “Hello” will help the singer win Record of the Year for the second time in her career. However, Adele will not have a clean sweep at the Grammys, as the Breakfast Club jock said she sees rapper Drake winning Best Album for his 2016 Views.
Another artist who can expect to hear their name called on Sunday according to Russell is Josh Groban, who has been nominated for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.
The 59th annual Grammy Awards will air live on Sunday, February 12 at 8 p.m. only on CBS3.