The 55th Annual Grammy Awards air this Sunday night on CBS, and while you'll get to see some awards handed out, the show is really all about the musical performances: 19 in all. Some of the most anticipated will be so-called "Grammy Moments," which feature artists who don't normally perform together collaborating on special duets. Here's who you can expect to see on Sunday night and what they might sing:
--Bruno Mars, Rihanna and Sting, possibly performing a combination of "Locked Out of Heaven" and a classic Police song
--Maroon 5 & Alicia Keys, possibly singing a mashup of "Daylight" and "Girl on Fire"
--Ed Sheeran & Elton John duetting on something "stripped-down," possibly Ed's hit "The A Team"
--Elton John, Mumford & Sons, soul legend Mavis Staples and country star Zac Brown, among others, doing a tribute to late Rock and Roll Famer Levon Helm, the drummer for The Band
In addition, Taylor Swift will open the show with a huge extravaganza of a performance, while Kelly Clarkson is rumored to be performing a tribute to two Lifetime Achievement Award winners: Carole King and Patti Page. Other performers on the show will include The Lumineers, fun., Carrie Underwood, Frank Ocean and, for the first time since 2009, Justin Timberlake.
Presenters on the show include John Mayer, Carly Rae Jepsen, Katy Perry, Ne-Yo, Dave Grohl, Neil Patrick Harris, Ryan Seacrest, Keith Urban, Johnny Depp, Ellen DeGeneres, Pitbull, Kelly Rowland, Bonnie Raitt, Beyonce, Hunter Hayes, Jennifer Lopez and Prince. Rapper and actor LL Cool J serves as host for the show, which gets underway at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
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