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Miley Cyrus Will Perform at the Grammy Awards

It's going to be a pretty big night

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The second round of artists to perform at this year’s 61st Annual Grammy Awards have been announced. This year, Grammy winners Red Hot Chili Peppers will join Post Malone on stage, along with a long list of popular acts.

The other artists that were confirmed this week include multi-Grammy nominee Brandi Carlile, past Grammy nominee Miley Cyrus, and current multi-Grammy nominee H.E.R. This will be the first time that Carlile is performing on the Grammy stage and she is up for a lot of awards. The popular singer was nominated for six Grammy Awards this year, including Record Of The Year (“The Joke”), Album Of The Year (By The Way, I Forgive You), Song Of The Year (“The Joke”), Best American Roots Performance (“The Joke”), Best American Roots Song (“The Joke”), and Best Americana Album (By The Way, I Forgive You).

Speaking of firsts, first-time Grammy nominee H.E.R. is up for Album Of The Year (H.E.R.), Best New Artist, Best R&B Performance (“Best Part” featuring Daniel Caesar), Best R&B Song (“Focus”), and Best R&B Album (H.E.R.).

These acts will join the previously announced performers and current nominees Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Dan + Shay, Malone, Shawn Mendes, Janelle MonĂ¡e, and Kacey Musgraves. The big event will be broadcast live from the STAPLES Center, and will be hosted by Alicia Keys. The 61st Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast on CBS on February 10th. If you need to recap the nominations this year, you can find the full list of nominees right here. It’s also a pretty surefire way to see who will be attending this year’s event.

The 61st Annual Grammy Awards are produced by AEG Ehrlich Ventures for the Recording Academy. Ken Ehrlich is executive producer, Ben Winston is executive producer, Louis J. Horvitz is director, Chantel Sausedo is the producer, and David Wild and Ehrlich are the writers. Since there’s not too much going on that weekend on television, you can make a night of watching the event with a Twitter feed in your lap.