Ed Sheeran, Carrie Underwood & More to Perform at the 2013 Grammys

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In the first round of 2013 Grammy Awards performances, Taylor Swift, Rihanna, fun., The Black Keys and Mumford & Sons all graced the list. But get ready, because a new onslaught’s coming your way and it’ll please both music lovers, young and old.

Five-time Grammy winner Carrie Underwood, who’s nominated for Best Country Solo Performance for “Blown Away,” is scheduled to take the stage, as is fellow country singer Miranda Lambert, who is up for one of the coveted awards herself (Best Country Album, For the Record) and will be singing alongside Dierks Bentley.

First-time Grammy nominee/attendee Ed Sheeran, who’s up for Song of the Year for “The A Team,” is also on the growing list of performers. He took to Twitter to announce the news, saying:

What fans want to know is if that “more exciting news” means a collaboration with Taylor Swift, whom he has a duet with on her Red album, “Everything Has Changed.” The duo sang the track together at Z100 Jingle Ball 2012, so it is a possibility. However, since he didn’t mention it on the social media site, we’re willing to bet that it has something to do with his joint performance with Elton John, who will be taking the stage live together for the first time.

The Lumineers and Jack White will also be a part of the LL Cool J-hosted festivities. To see the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, tune in to CBS on Sunday, February 10 at 8p ET/PT.

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One Response to "Ed Sheeran, Carrie Underwood & More to Perform at the 2013 Grammys"

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    Paige says:

    wow its definitely “Four the Record” do your research properly thank you

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