The 57th GRAMMY Awards broadcast is starting to take shape.

Once again, legendary hip-hop figure LL Cool J will be hosting—a role he’s held since 2012.

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The emcee hosting the show is no surprise, and neither is the announcement that Sam Smith—who has six nominations this year including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist—will be making his debut GRAMMY performance.

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Also added to the lineup are Miranda LambertUsherPharrell and the duo of  Common and John Legend. Common and John Legend will perform their Golden Globe-winning and Oscar-nominated song from Selma, “Glory.”

Previously announced performers include MadonnaAriana GrandeEric ChurchEd Sheeran and AC/DC.

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Not sure who should take home the biggest prize in music? Get an expert opinion in Radio.com‘s Inside Album of the Year videos.

 

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