The music industry's biggest night just got brighter. The Grammy Awards 2018 announced more artists who will perform at the Madison Square Garden.
Bruno Mars and Cardi B, who recently collaborated on the new song "Finesse," will reunite onstage to perform the hit single in front of fellow artists. The Recording Academy also confirmed Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, the men behind last summer's viral hit "Despacito," will also take the stage.
Performance For A Cause
Celebrities will not be the only ones who will have a chance to take the stage at the Grammys. Entertainment Weekly reported that survivors of suicide were also invited to grace the event.
For their performance of the song "1-800-273-8255," Khalid, Alessia Cara, and Logic will be surrounded by people affected by suicide. The guests will be selected by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and will involve people who have attempted suicide or have lost a loved one from suicide.
Mars is currently nominated in six categories, including Album of the Year, Best R&B Album, and Record of the Year for 24K Magic. Meanwhile, his song "That's What I Like" also received nod and is in the running for Song of the Year, Best R&B Performance, and Best R&B Song.
Khalid is also up for Best New Artist, Song of the Year, and Best Music Video, Best R&B Song, and Best Urban Contemporary Album.
Cardi B has two nominations: Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for the single "Bodak Yellow."
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee prove that their fame is not over yet. Their song "Despacito" is nominated for Song of the year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
Alessia Cara received four nominations this year including Best New Artist. The song "1-800-273-8255" are also up for Song of the Year and Best Music Video. She also bagged a nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Stay."
Finally, Kesha will be performing on the Grammy stage for the first time ever. She is also in the running for Best Pop Solo Performance for "Praying" and Best Pop Vocal Album for Rainbow.
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards will be hosted by James Corden. The anticipated event will take place on Jan. 28 and will broadcast live from Madison Square Garden in New York City on CBS.