They'll have plenty of help from some of this year's other nominees, as Kelly Clarkson, the Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars and Jason Aldean will also sing on the show. The show will mark the first Grammy performance for Aldean and Minaj.
The Foos and Mars will go into the night with six nominations each, while Minaj is vying in four categories, including Best New Artist, where she'll face off against Bon Iver, Skrillex, J. Cole and the Band Perry. Aldean and Swift are both up for three awards, and Clarkson has two nominations.
While many of the most decorated acts typically perform, there is no word yet on whether the night's leading nominee, Kanye West, who has seven nods, will play on the show. It's also unknown if six-time-nominee Adele will be sufficiently recovered from her vocal surgery to make her comeback appearance on the broadcast.
While Adele has not confirmed or denied her appearance, a recent report claimed that she is in talks to sing on the show now that she's begun talking again with her doctor's permission. Since she doesn't want to rush back and injure her vocal cord again, the singer is reportedly waiting until early next month to decide if she can sing in public again.
More performers, presenters and special segments will be announced in the coming weeks.
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