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Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj Set to Present at Grammy Nominations Concert

November 23, 2011 (2:04 am) GMT
The 'One That Got Away' singer and the 'Super Bass' hitmaker will help present the nominees of the 54th annual Grammy Awards on November 30.

Fresh off their big night at 2011 American Music Awards, and are added to the line-up of the upcoming "Grammy Nominations Concert Live". Instead of performing, the two Grammy-nominated singers are tapped as presenters for the event.

The one-hour special is going to be held on November 30 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. , , , , , , and are scheduled to make live performances.

This year marks the fourth time Grammy nominations are announced live on primetime television. Two-time Grammy winner , who has previously hosted the "Countdown to Music's Biggest Night" for two years in a row, has been chosen to do the honor once again.

In addition to unveiling nominations for the 54th Grammys, the special telecast will feature a special live announcement from an iconic group regarding their historic band reunion set to take place on the main event of 2012 Grammy Awards on February 12, 2012.

The concert will pay homage to songwriters as well. Valerie Simpson (member of the hit songwriting/performing duo Ashford and Simpson) and Mike Stoller (member of the Grammy-winning songwriting team Leiber & Stoller) will join Usher to do the moving tribute.


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