Music's biggest night just got better with confirmation that Miguel, Ariana Grande, Alicia Keys and more will be presenting coveted Grammy Awards.
To be hosted by two-time Grammy winner LL Cool J, the 56th Grammy Awards will also include presenters Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan, Jamie Foxx, Neil Patrick Harris, Olivia Harrison, Anna Kendrick, Juanes, Cyndi Lauper, Jared Leto, Bruno Mars, Martina McBride, Smokey Robinson, Yoko Ono, Ryan Seacrest and Steven Tyler.
Previously announced performers include current nominee Sara Bareilles together with four-time GRAMMY winner and 2014 MusiCares(R) Person of the Year Carole King; nominees Daft Punk with nominee Nile Rodgers (of Chic), nominee Pharrell Williams, and 25-time GRAMMY winner Stevie Wonder; nominee Kendrick Lamar joined by nominees Imagine Dragons; nominee John Legend; nominee Lorde; nominees Macklemore & Ryan Lewis; eight-time GRAMMY-winning group Metallica and GRAMMY Cultural Ambassador to China Lang Lang performing together; nominee and 2014 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient (as a member of the Beatles) Paul McCartney; nominee Kacey Musgraves; nominee Katy Perry; nominees P!nk and Nate Ruess (of FUN.); nine-time GRAMMY winner and 2014 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient (as a member of the Beatles) Ringo Starr; nominee Robin Thicke and GRAMMY-winning group Chicago (whose debut album was inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame(R) this year); nominee Taylor Swift; nominee Keith Urban; and a special performance featuring Merle Haggard, 2014 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, and nominee Blake Shelton. Also performing with Daft Punk are the RAM (Random Access Memories) session players: Chris Caswell, Nathan East, Omar Hakim, and Paul Jackson Jr.
Additional performers, presenters and special segments will be announced soon.
The Grammy Awards will air live on CBS Sunday, Jan. 26, 8 P.M. ET/PT.