Bruno Mars, Rihanna and Sting to perform together at the Grammy Awards
Darlings of the Grammy Awards Bruno Mars, Rihanna and Sting will perform together at the ceremony on Sunday night.
The former frontman of The Police has racked up a whopping 16 Grammy awards, Rihanna has been nominated 21 times and won three, while previous recipient Mars is one of this year’s nominees up for Best Rap Song for "Young, Wild & Free".
Speculation is rife that the trio will perform “Locked Out of Heaven” but nothing has been confirmed by Grammy organisers.
The show will also include a duet by Ed Sheeran and Sir Elton John – the first time they’ve performed together live - and other confirmed performers are The Black Keys, British folksters Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean, Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, current nominees Maroon 5, and Justin Timberlake.
This year’s presenters include Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez, Prince , Carly Rae Jepson, actor Pauley Perrette and one of this year’s nominees Hunter Hayes.
The ceremony will be broadcast live from the Staples Center Los Angeles on 10 February.
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