Lady Gaga will sing with Metallica at the Grammys

The phenomenal Lady Gaga after the Super Bowl 51 performance is set to perform on Grammys Stage with Metallica.

Tuesday, the Recording Academy officially confirmed the performance.

Lady Gaga will join Metallica onstage at the Grammys this Sunday.

Gaga took the Grammys stage a year ago alongside Let's Dance producer Nile Rodgers for a tribute to the late David Bowie.

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Meanwhile, to celebrate the 40 anniversary of the Bee Gees' landmark "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack, Demi Lovato, Andra Day and Tori Kelly will join the previously announced Little Big Town in a collaborative performance to commemorate the anniversary.

"February 7 Update: We promised you something unique for Grammy night and we are absolutely thrilled to confirm that Lady Gaga will be joining us on stage that night!" The hard rockers, who are up for best rock song ("Hardwired"), were one of the first big names announced to perform at the ceremony. A very pregnant Beyoncé, Adele, Bruno Mars, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood are all also slated to perform, as well as Katy Perry, who will debut a new single following 2013's Prism. Both singers will battle it out for the highly coveted Record of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year honors.

After news broke that Ocean's two 2016 albums, Blonde and Endless, were ineligible for consideration for this year's Grammy Awards due to a submission technicality, West said during one of his Saint Pablo Tour stops that he wouldn't be attending the awards show.

James Corden will host the 59th Grammy Awards ceremony, which airs this Sunday, Feb. 12, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

  • Michelle Webb