Alicia Keys, Elton John + Justin Timberlake Announced as 2013 Grammy Performers

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On Sunday, February 10th at 8pm EST on CBS, the 55th Annual Grammy Awards will be aired live, but even though the date is quickly approaching, the biggest night in music is set to prove to be even bigger, with its latest announcements of some of the biggest names in the music set to perform.

Singer Rihanna will be performing one of her latest releases. Rumor has it that her beau Chris Brown might be joining her on stage for a live rendition of “Nobody’s Business.” Alicia Keys will be performing alongside Maroon 5, as the band publicly announced on their Twitter page. Justin Timberlake will be performing his newest single “Suit & Tie” off of his new album, ‘The 20/20 Experience’ set to release on March 19th. It has not yet been confirmed whether or not Jay-Z who is featured on his single will be taking part in the performance.

Ed Sheeran will be doing a duet with Elton John, similar to Lady Gaga’s performance with the Duke at the Grammys in 2010. Many can look forward to seeing Best New Artist nominee Frank Ocean perform more than likely his smash hit “Thinkin’ Bout You.” The artist recently took to Twitter about his performance tweeting, “cut my finger now I can’t play w/two hands at the grammys.”

So far, here’s the lineup of some of the biggest names set to perform at the Grammys:

–          The Black Keys

–          Carrie Underwood

–          Dierks Bentley

–          Ed Sheeran & Elton John

–          Frank Ocean

–          fun.

–          Jack White

–          Justin Timberlake

–          The Lumineers

–          Maroon 5 & Alicia Keys

–          Miranda Lambert

–          Mumford & Sons

–          Rihanna

–          Taylor Swift

But like most awards ceremonies, there are sure to be much more names revealed and of course tons of surprises. Stay tuned!


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