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Laverne Cox, Nick Jonas, Katharine McPhee And More To Present At GRAMMYs Check out the impressive list of Hollywood A-listers set to present awards on Feb. 12.
Posted on Feb 10, 2017 06:30am

With anticipation building for the 2017 GRAMMY Awards, which airs on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT on CBS and CBS All Access, we are please to announce the impressive list of artists, actors, and A-listers primed to present golden gramophones to the latest crop of winners.

Presenters include Laverne Cox, who stars in Doubt, the season's hottest new drama, singer/guitarist Nick Jonas, and Scorpion's Katharine McPhee.

Also expect to see appearances from:

- Camila Cabello
- Jason Derulo
- Celine Dion
- DNCE
- Taraji P. Henson
- Paris Jackson
- Jennifer Lopez
- Tim McGraw
- Faith Hill
- Gina Rodriguez
- Ryan Seacrest
- John Travolta

In addition, the above entertainers will be joined by current GRAMMY nominees, like:

- Solange
- The Chainsmokers
- Halsey
- Pentatonix
- Thomas Rhett
- Kelly Clarkson

Now that you know who'll be presenting, allow us to remind you of all the awesome artists confirmed to perform at the 2017 GRAMMY Awards.

As of now, in no particular order, the list of performers includes Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga, who will collaborate with hard-rock legends Metallica for a special performance.

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Special tribute segments for Prince and George Michael are scheduled, but details are hush-hush.

Best New Artist nominee Kelsea Ballerini and three-time nominee Lukas Graham (Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Record Of The Year) will each make their GRAMMY performance debuts.

Then, in a special segment that will celebrate the music of the Bee Gees, current 2017 GRAMMY nominee Demi Lovato, as well as Andra Day and Tori Kelly will team up to honor the 40th anniversary of the Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack.

Cynthia Erivo, whose performance in The Color Purple is nominated for Best Musical Theater Album, will join John Legend to pay tribute to those from the music community who've passed away this year.

Adele will greet the crowd on Feb. 12, as will Bruno Mars.

A handful of collaborations are also expected to blow the roof off, including The Weeknd with Daft Punk, Anderson .Paak with A Tribe Called Quest, and Alicia Keys with Maren Morris.

Let's also not forget about Carrie Underwood, Metallica, and Keith Urban, plus Sturgill Simpson, Chance The Rapper, Little Big Town, and William Bell and Gary Clark J, who will perform a special duet.

Stay tuned for more special announcements before the main event!

Stream the 2017 GRAMMY Awards on-demand.