The first group of artists to perform during music's biggest night were announced on Thursday.
The 60th annual Grammy Awards are already shaping up to be spectacular.
CBS and the Recording Academy announced on Thursday the first group of artists who will take the stage when music's biggest night kicks off on Sunday, Jan. 28, and needless to say, we can't wait!
Lady Gaga, who is nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album for Joanne and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Million Reasons," will perform a track from her latest album. She last performed at the awards show in 2017, teaming up with Metallica for a rockin' rendition of their 2016 hit, "Moth Into Flame."
Following her epic, gravity-defying performance at the American Music Awards last November, Pink, who is nominated in the Best Pop Solo Performance category for "What About Us," will also perform. She's no stranger to the GRAMMYs stage -- re-watch one of her most memorable performances from the 2010 show below:
Country music group Little Big Town will also grace the stage. They received two nominations this year: Best Country Album for The Breaker and Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Better Man."
Other performers include Childish Cambino, who is making his GRAMMYS stage debut, and Patti LuPone, reprising her 1981 performance of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina." There will also be a special Broadway tribute from Ben Platt, who will honor the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Leonard Bernstein with a classic from West Side Story.
The GRAMMYs will broadcast live from Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT on CBS. As we patiently wait to hear which other artists will perform, watch the video below for everything we know about the awards show so far!
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