Fresh off her soaring performance at the Super Bowl, Lady Gaga was added Tuesday to the list of artists who will take the stage at Sunday's Grammy Awards in downtown Los Angeles.
Lady Gaga, who just played the Super Bowl and announced a world tour, will perform on national television yet again this weekend.
The news was rumoured after a fan site posted a clip (below), but Rolling Stone later confirmed it was true.
Metallica promised something special when they announced they'd perform at the Grammys this year, and it appears they have delivered on that promise. Apparently, Gaga already took the stage a year ago in the Grammys alongside "Let's Dance" producer Nile Rogers for a tribute to the late David Bowie.
Lady Gaga, meanwhile, released his album Joanne too late for him to be appointed in the competition.
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The 2017 Grammys is sure to be an action-packed event with performances from mega-stars like Beyonce, Daft Punk and The Weeknd, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, A Tribe Called Quest, Carrie Underwood, and many more.
It has been a busy week for Gaga as she was heavily praised for her highly-energetic and ambitious 13-minute performance at the Super Bowl on Sunday night.
Hardwired's title track is nominated for Best Rock Song this year, while Gaga has won six Grammys in the past. Metallica hasn't been on the show since 2014, when they performed the song 'One' with the classical pianist Lang Lang.
Grammy Awards 2017 will see James Corden hosting.
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