It looks set to be a star-studded night at the 2013 Grammy Awards next month, with Taylor Swift and Rihanna confirmed as performers.
Organisers of the awards, which will be taking place on February 10 in Los Angeles and will be hosted by LL Cool J, announced the performers on Tuesday via Twitter.
Rihanna is rumoured to be performing with Chris Brown at the 2013 Grammys! (Danny Clifford/Hottwire.net/WENN)
"Psst! Want to hear who the first round of performers are for the 55th #GRAMMYs?!" read a tweet on the awards' Twitter account.
"First round of performers for 55th #GRAMMYs! *drum roll* @theblackkeys @OurNameIsFun @MumfordAndSons @Rihanna @TaylorSwift13."
Taylor will be taking her mind off her recent split from One Direction's Harry Styles, most likely performing her latest singles 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' and 'I Knew You Were Trouble'.
The country songstress will have her hands full on the night, as she is also co-hosting the event alongside LL Cool J.
Always one to provide the shock factor, Rihanna is rumoured to be considering performing with Chris Brown, whom she is believed to have reconciled with.
If the pair do take to the stage together, they will most likely perform their new collaboration, 'Nobodies Business' which features on RiRi's latest album Unapologetic.
Taylor Swift will be performing her new singles at the ceremony as well as co-hosting the event! (Daniel Tanner/WENN.com)
Both ladies are up for several awards each with Rihanna nominated for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration with Jay-Z, Best Pop Solo Performance and Best short Form Music Video for 'We Found Love.'
Meanwhile, Taylor is hoping to bag the Record of the Year, Best Country Duo/Group Performance and Best Song Written For Visual Media.
Joining the ladies on stage will be Fun., Mumford and Sons and The Black Keys.
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