Grammys 2017 is just a few days away and the performers for music’s biggest night is getting fans excited! This year, there is sure to be an explosive list of performers including Beyonce, Bruno Mars, and many more. Find out who will be joining music’s biggest night before it happens on Feb. 12!
Grammys 2017: Complete List of Performers
Billboard reports that country singer Kelsea Ballerini and Danish pop band Lukas Graham will make their Grammy stage debuts at this year’s 59th annual ceremony. Keep your eyes peeled when Cynthia Erivo and soul singer John Legend take the stage to pay tribute to the music icons we’ve lost in the past year. Lukas Graham is up for record of the year and best pop duo-group performance for 7 Years. Meanwhile, Ballerini is nominated for best new artist.
Another on the list of performers is Katy Perry, who will be returning to the Grammys stage this year. The night will be perfect for those who want to hear new music from her. Perry’s last album Prism came out in 2013. Meanwhile, Adele is also set to return to the Grammys this year. She’s nominated for best pop solo performance, best pop vocal album, record of the year, song of the year, and album of the year.
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Grammys 2017: The Duets You Need To Watch Out For
Metallica and Lady Gaga are also said to bring a surprise during the event. Rolling Stone confirmed that Gaga will duet with Metallica and they promised something “very special and unique” that is sure to delight music fans. Frontman James Hetfield’s been sick lately, causing the band to cancel some shows. That said, many speculate if Gaga will be fronting the band, and that is sure to surprise many if it happens. Metallica last performed at the Grammys in 2014, while Gaga was present last year to pay tribute to Bowie.
Daft Punk and The Weeknd will also be gracing the stage for this annual event. The Weeknd isn’t nominated for a single Grammy this year, as per the same outlet reports its due to eligibility rules. He will be joined by the helmeted duo Daft Punk on stage. Previously, they collaborated on Feel It Coming and Starboy.
The list of performers also include Chance The Rapper, Bruno Mars (who is said to join Queen Bey on stage for some 24K awesomeness), Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Alicia Keys, Maren Morris, Demi Lovato, Andra Day, Tori Kelly, Little Big Town, Anderson .Paak, A Tribe Called Quest, William Bell, Gary Clark Jr., Sturgill Simpson.
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Grammys 2017: Don’t Miss Out!
The annual music awards night is happening on Feb. 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Carpool Karaoke host James Corden will be delighting fans as the event’s host.
The Recording Academy will also pay tribute to two of the huge stars we lost in 2016 during the 2017 Grammy Awards, with planned tributes to Prince and George Michael. The legends, who died on April 21 and Dec. 25, respectively, will be remembered with “two unforgettable tribute segments” on the show.
You can catch the Grammy Awards live at 8PM EST on CBS.
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