The 2019 Grammy Awards are sure to be a night to remember. Despite the news that some of the biggest stars in pop and hip-hop — Ariana Grande, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Childish Gambino, and others — turned down appearances at the show, the ceremony has a pretty stacked list of performers. We’ve got everything from tributes to living legends Dolly Parton and Diana Ross to an unexpected collab from Post Malone and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Check out everyone who will (and won’t) perform at music’s biggest night this Sunday.
Chloe x Halle
The young R&B duo’s album The Kids Are Alright is nominated for two awards. Signed to Beyonce and Jay-Z’s Parkwood label , Chloe x Halle also opened for the legendary couple on their On The Run II tour. If their gorgeous rendition of “America The Beautiful” at the Super Bowl this year is any indication, this performance is sure to be legendary.
Yolanda Adams, Fantasia, Andra Day
The three R&B/soul singers will perform a tribute to Aretha Franklin, who passed away in 2018.
Lady Gaga and Mark Ronson
Bradley Cooper may be sitting the Grammys out this year, but who needs Jackson Maine when you’ve got Mark Ronson? Ronson, who co-wrote “Shallow” for the A Star Is Born soundtrack, will take the stage to perform a mystery song with the pop icon. I mean, it’s got to be “Shallow,” right?