We know who we're excited to hear from, as you can tell from the photo above.
Since it was announced that Jennifer Hudson will take part in an impromptu tribute to Whitney Houston, who died suddenly on Saturday, we've been looking forward to seeing how Hudson will pay respects. In addition, Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt are going to perform a tribute to the late Etta James.
And of course, there's also Adele. Sure, she isn't known for elaborate stage sets or acrobatics, but that's fine by us, because her voice does enough on its own.
Now that she's recovered from her throat surgery, we can't wait to hear her sing once again. The artist has already picked up the short form music video Grammy for "Rolling in the Deep."
This year's Grammy show has a pretty impressive lineup: Kelly Clarkson is going to perform with Jason Aldean, and Chris Brown will join Lil Wayne, Foo Fighters, David Guetta and deadmau5 in an ode to dance/electronica music.
Plus, we'll hear from Rihanna and Coldplay; Tony Bennett and Carrie Underwood; Glen Campbell with The Band Perry and Blake Shelton; Bruno Mars; Paul McCartney; Katy Perry; Taylor Swift; Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and Nicki Minaj.
So, whose performance are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments, and don't forget to join us here at 8 p.m. to watch the Grammys on CBS!
i will attempt to eat my microphone
Can only watch fer a hour Dead walkers is on n I wanto see the new singn zom. Hope kate perry iz on in first hour she's bootiful and haz all her chompers.
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