In less than two weeks, the 2018 Grammy Awards are set to take over New York City for the 60th annual ceremony and the third batch of performers for Music's Biggest Night has arrived.
On Wednesday (January 17), the Recording Academy sent out a press release revealing that Miley Cyrus will join Elton John for a collaborative performance on the Madison Square Garden stage. No word on which song the pair will come together for, but the performance will be "one of John's classic hits." John's light will shine bright two days later when a tribute concert for the living legend, Elton John: I'm Still Standing, will air on January 30 from The Theater at Madison Square Garden and see the chart-topper receive the Recording Academy President's Merit Award.
Meanwhile, additional chart-toppers like Sam Smith, U2 and Kendrick Lamar will also take the stage. According to sources close to Billboard, Lamar, who is up for seven awards, including Album of the Year, will open the star-studded show. HDD recently reported that Lorde (also an Album of the Year contender) nor Taylor Swift will appear or perform at the ceremony.
Previously announced 2018 Grammys performers include the likes of Logic, Alessia Cara, Khalid, Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town P!NK, Kesha and SZA and more. Queen, Tina Turner, Neil Diamond and Emmylou Harris are among the iconic acts who will receive the Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award.
The 60th annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on CBS at 7:30 PM ET.
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