Music's Biggest Night Keeps Getting Bigger
The slate of Grammy performers just grew by three, as the Grammys announce performances by today's hottest music acts — and some five-star presenters, too.
Get ready to do some star-watching when the Grammy Awards air on Sunday, Feb. 10, because the slate of presenters and performers is growing by the day.
Today, the Grammys announced that 14-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys and current nominees Maroon 5 will join together for a special Grammys-night performance.
Will Keys take on Christina Aguilera's part in Maroon 5's both-beloved-and-reviled hit, "Moves Like Jagger?" The song was nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance last year, and Maroon 5 sang it at the Grammy nominations TV special in December.
But it's more likely that Maroon 5 would be performing this year's nominated song, "Payphone." Wiz Khalifa does the guesting duties on "Payphone," could Keys be taking on that job instead?
Also announced today: Current nominee Frank Ocean will take the stage on Grammys night. The newcomer is nominated in six categories, including Album of the Year for Channel Orange, Best New Artist and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "No Church In The Wild" with Jay-Z, The-Dream and Kanye West.
Some very high-profile presenters will also be on hand, including Grammy nominees Carly Rae Jepsen and Katy Perry, as well as actor Neil Patrick Harris, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw and Keith Urban.
Lest you forget, previously announced 55th Annual Grammy Awards performers including The Black Keys, FUN., Justin Timberlake, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, the Lumineers, Rihanna, Mumford & Sons, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Jack White, Ed Sheeran and Elton John.
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