On Wednesday, The Recording Academy updated the list of 2018 Grammy Awards performers.
The Academy announced that Miley Cyrus and Elton John will take to the stage at the upcoming award ceremony. Cyrus and John will perform together on one of John’s classic song in order to honor the Recording Academy President’s Merit Award that Elton will receive.
Elton John is a five time Grammy Award winner. His legacy is celebrated this year, two days after the Grammy at Elton John: I’m Still Standing — A GRAMMY Salute concert. Stars like John Legend, Kesha, Little Big Town and Miley Cyrus will be a part of the concert which will air live on CBS at 8pm.
Miley Cyrus received her first Grammy nomination back in 2015 for her album “Bangerz”. She is also a former performer. In 2009, she made her debut with Taylor Swift.
The Recording Academy also revealed that U2, Kendrick Lamar and Sam Smith will be seen performing at the award ceremony. Lamar is a seven time Grammy Award Winner, Smith has 4 Grammy wins and U2 has won a whooping 22 Grammy Awards.
Previously, the list of performers announced included Cardi B, Bruno Mars, Alessia Cara, DJ Khaled, Lady Gaga, Patti LaPone, Luis Fonzi, Daddy Yankee and others.
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards are set to air live on 28th January at 4:30 pm PST.