The Grammy Awards will be handed out Sunday night on CKPG TV. Here’s a complete list of the performers… (source)
Coming off her record-breaking Super Bowl halftime performance, Katy Perry is set to slow things down with her emotional ballad “By the Grace of God.” And as Us Weekly exclusively revealed, Beyonce will sing the gospel song “Take My Hand Precious Lord” before transitioning into John Legend and Common’s “Glory,” off the Selma soundtrack.
Pharrell Williams and Sam Smith, who both received six nominations, will have their own solo performances, and the newcomer Brit is also scheduled to sing a surely barn-scorching duet with Mary J. Blige.
Country crooner Miranda Lambert, who was nominated for four Grammys including Best Country Album for Platinum, will sing solo.
Returning to the Grammys stage after her moving performance with Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, and Mary Lambert, Madonna will sing, confirming the news on Twitter on Jan. 12. “Rebel Hearts see you Feb 8th @TheGRAMMYs #GRAMMY’s #rebelheart,” tweeted the Material Girl, likely to sing tracks from her upcoming album, Rebel Heart.
Back after a six-year hiatus, rapper Kanye West will debut a “never-before-seen solo performance,” according to Time Magazine, as well as appearing alongside Paul McCartney and Rihanna for her new single “FourFiveSeconds.”
There will be a collaboration performance from Ed Sheeran, Herbie Hancock, John Mayer, and Questlove.
Other performers include:
- Ariana Grande
- Eric Church
With duets by:
- Annie Lennox and Hozier
- Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani
- Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett
- Tom Jones and Jessie J
- Beck and Chris Martin
- Brandy Clark and Dwight Yoakam