Who's performing at the 2017 Grammys? Here's an updated list of artists expected

This Sunday's 59th Annual Grammy Awards are setting up to be a star-studded evening with performances from Beyoncé to the just-announced Katy Perry, and a Lady Gaga/Metallica duet.

While Drake, Justin Bieber and Kanye West won't be making an appearance at the biggest night in music, the ever-growing list of performers is sure to keep us all entertained alongside host James Corden.

It was announced on Monday that Perry would be joining the long list of artists set to take the Grammys stage. It's also been rumored that Perry will be performing a new single called "Chained to the Rhythm."

It was also confirmed on Tuesday that following her Super Bowl halftime show, Lady Gaga will be joining Metallica onstage. Rolling Stone confirmed the duet after a Lady Gaga-fan Twitter account tweeted out a promo teasing the collaboration:

Set to perform alongside Gaga, Metallica, Perry and Beyoncé during Sunday night's ceremony are previously announced acts like William Bell, Gary Clark Jr., Demi Lovato, Andra Day, Tori Kelly, Little Big Town, the Weeknd, Daft Punk, Adele, John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Bruno Mars, Keith Urban, Cynthia Erivo, Anderson .Paak, A Tribe Called Quest, Alicia Keys and Chance the Rapper.

Country music's up-and-coming singer-songwriter, Kelsea Ballerini, who is nominated for best new artist, has also joined the list of performers.

In addition, the Recording Academy announced Tuesday that Danish pop act Lukas Graham would take the stage.

Considering this lengthy list of performers could possibly grow even longer before Sunday, we're anticipating a standout show this year. The Grammys will air Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. Eastern on CBS.

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