Looks like LL Cool J is one heck of a Grammy host as he is set to host the 57th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 8 at the Staples Center in L.A., marking the fourth consecutive year with the rapper as the host.
Along with the announcement of this year’s host, CBS also named a few more performers who are already joining an impressive list for music’s big night as Ariana Grande, AC/DC, Eric Church, Madonna and Ed Sheeran have already been confirmed to take the stage.
Common and John Legend will officially be performing their Golden Globe winning and Oscar- nominated song “Glory” from the film Selma and other performers now include Miranda Lambert, Usher, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams.
Common, who has already won two Grammys in the past is up for two nominations while Sam Smith is one of this year’s Grammy leaders with six nominations.
Country queen Miranda Lambert also has four nominations while Usher who has eight Grammys to his name currently is looking to add to that number with his four nominations.
Another top nominee is Pharrell Williams who has six nominations including “Album of the Year” with a good chance at adding to his previously won seven Grammys.
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