Here’s What You Should Know About The 2016 Grammy Awards
Here's a reason to start dancing on the ceiling: As of this morning (February 10) Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, John Legend and Luke Bryan are scheduled to celebrate the career of Lionel Richie — MusiCares' official honoree — at the forthcoming 58th Grammy Awards, which will air on Monday, February 15 on CBS. But that's just the tip of the star-studded iceberg.
This year, music's biggest night will include performances by some of the year's heaviest-hitters: Rihanna, Adele, The Weeknd, and Taylor Swift will all take the stage for separate numbers. Some truly intriguing trios are on the docket, too: Justin Bieber will join forces with Diplo and Skrillex, and Pitbull will team up with Robin Thicke and Travis Barker. Duets will come in the form of Tori Kelly and James Bay, Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt, and Ellie Goulding and Andra Day.
Finally, Lady Gaga will honor the legendary David Bowie in a tribute to the icon, who passed away in January at 69 after a battle with cancer.
LL Cool J will host the show for the fifth straight year.