Madonna Decides She Wants To Join The List Of Performers At The 2014 Grammys (With Full List)

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01.26.14 3 Comments

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It has been confirmed today that Madonna will be performing at the 2014 Grammy Awards, most likely alongside Macklemore and Ryan Lewis during their performance of “Same Love.” This adds even more punch to an already loaded card for “music’s biggest night.”

You can catch the full list of performers below, but don’t forget to check out the nominees since this is supposed to be an awards show after all. And a respectable one at that.

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Beyonce and Jay Z (Rumored to be taking the stage together. We all know that Beyonce loves a good surprise)
Billie Joe Armstrong (of Green Day) and Miranda Lambert (Tribute to Phil Everly)
Bruno Mars (Obviously a busy guy, ruining Pepsi for everyone and playing halftime at the Super Bowl next week)
Daft Punk, Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams and Stevie Wonder (Star Wars…and some song you probably heard a lot)
Hunter Hayes (A 22-year-old country sensation? Means I probably don’t listen to him.)
Imagine Dragons (Can’t wait to hear “Radioactive” again…and again…and again)
John Legend (Just married a model and nominated for Best R&B album, meaning life is good)
Juicy J (Telling me to “Stay Trippy” is like telling me “keep breathing.” I’m a klutz who does a lot of drugs)
Kacey Musgraves (“Same Trailer Different Park” is the song, turning America’s shame into a source of pride)
Katy Perry (I’m assuming this is where Juicy J is coming in, but I can’t be sure. I’m a child)
Keith Urban (American Idol is back! Hey!)
Kendrick Lamar (Maybe he’ll piss the hip hop/rap community off again)
Lorde (If only you could hear me in person, you’d know I have been saying, “who?” countless times)
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (See above)
Madonna (See above and then above)
Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and Blake Shelton (This is more my speed. It’s like hanging out with my dad and his friends)
Metallica and Lang Lang (This is the first time Metallica has performed at the Grammys in 23 years.)
Nine Inch Nails, Dave Grohl, Queens Of The Stone Age & Lindsey Buckingham (I don’t know how this wasn’t in the official list. I totally forgot)
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr (Still alive. Still making music. Still being nominated for awards. Shining Time Station keeps paying off, Ringo!)
Pink and Nate Ruess (Pink had what some call the best performance in 2012, so you’ll have to see if she can top it)
Robin Thicke and Chicago (I hope they pull an Elvis Costello and go directly into “Saturday In The Park” during “Murky Rape Anthem”)
Sara Bareilles and Carole King (Hey, should be pleasant)
Taylor Swift (A yearly reminder that Taylor Swift is a country artist)
Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue (Aside from Daft Punk, this is the most funk we will get on the show and that alone has me excited)

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