Everything You Need to Know About the 2017 Grammy Awards

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After sharing the stage on CMT Crossroads previous year, Maren Morris and Alicia Keys will reunite at the 59th Grammy Awards.

A surprise appearance from Kanye West at the 2017 Grammy Awards would make for a very memorable ceremony.

Justin, who has four Grammy nominations, will not be in attendance during Sunday's ceremony because, according to TMZ, he "doesn't think the Grammys are relevant or representative, especially when it comes to young singers".

In addition to the live comeback of Daft Punk and collaborative performance featuring Metallica and Lady Gaga (!), music's biggest night will apparently offer a preview of Katy Perry's first album in almost four years.

Pregnant Beyonce Will "Perform At The Grammys 2017"
Beyoncé fans are whipping out their magnifying glasses and dissecting the singer's pregnancy announcement photo. Bey has not told the folks who produce the festival whether she'll be able to headline during the April event.

The 59th annual Grammy Awards will be hosted by late night comedian James Corden. Rumor has it that she'll be releasing a new song this week (allegedly called "Chained to the Rhythm" which Billboard first reported, but has since reportedly taken down) featuring Skip Marley.

The 59th annual Grammy Awards ceremony will once again take place at Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles and will air live on CBS at 5 p.m. on February 12. Those artists include Chance the Rapper, Adele, Bruno Mars, Maren Morris, Alicia Keys, The Weeknd, John Legend, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood.

The 2017 Grammys performer lineup keeps expanding, and not just because Beyoncé will (probably) be there with her twins.