The Grammys announced the first string of performers set to hit the stage at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards on Tuesday, and they include a little something for everyone.
In addition to Ariana Grande and AC/DC, other just-announced performers include singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran, country crooner Eric Church, and the legendary Madonna who alluded to her performance Monday night on Twitter. Church is nominated for four awards including Best Country Song (for “Give Me Back My Hometown”), while Sheeran is up for Album of the Year.
This will be Grande’s first time performing on the Grammy stage, and she has two nominations including Best Pop Vocal Album for My Everything.
More performers are expected to be announced as the event approaches. The full list of nominations is available here. The Grammy Awards will air Sunday, Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. on CBS.
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