The Grammys appear to be trying to make amends for last year's rather dull ceremony, by inviting a horde of top talent to perform at the 61st awards.
The event is back in LA this year, after a brief trip to New York for the 60th awards, and takes place at the Staples Center on Sunday 10 February. The red carpet kicks off at 5pm in LA (1am GMT), while the ceremony itself begins at 8pm (4am UK time).
While there have already been some controversies, including the fact that Ariana Grande has already pulled out of performing, and attending, after a disagreement with producers, the rest of the lineup is looking solid.
Dolly Parton will return to the Grammys stage for the first time since 2001, to perform music from the film Dumplin'. She is being honoured with the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year award, and a medley of her hits will be performed by Katy Perry, Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves and Little Big Town.
The most recently confirmed additions include Lady Gaga, Travis Scott, Mark Ronson, a collaboration betwen Dua Lipa and St Vincent, Chloe x Halle, and a tribute to Aretha Franklin from Yoland Adams, Fantasia and Andra Day.
According to an official announcement, "J Balvin and Young Thug, and Grammy winners Ricky Martin and Arturo Sandoval, will join Camila Cabello for an explosive show opener".
See the full list of Grammy nominees here.