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Sting, Bruno Mars and Rihanna to Team-Up for Grammy Performance

February 5, 2013 (6:17 am) GMT
The three artists will join forces for a special performance on Sunday from the Staples center in Los Angeles.
Sting, Bruno Mars and Rihanna to Team-Up for Grammy Performance

Current pop music superstars and are set to share the Grammy stage with sixteen-time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member . They will team up for a special performance on the Recording Academy's 55th annual awards night this coming Sunday, February 10, to be telecast by CBS live from Los Angeles' famed Staples Center.

Also a recent addition to the lineup of A-list celebrities performing is first "" winner . Former "Idol" judge will be appearing as an award presenter along with this year's Billboard Icon Awardee and 2013 Super Bowl halftime show headliner .

The much-awaited Grammy show is expected to be another star-studded bash filled with amazing musical performances from current newsmakers and and will feature a rare onstage collaboration between and British newcomer as well as a country duet from and .

Nominated acts , , , and have also been tapped to perform. They will await the big announcement of winners that will be delivered by previously announced presenters, from pop acts , and country music superstars , and , to TV stars and . returns as host.

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