The Grammys usually don't really get the German audience going: In 2014, for example, only 60,000 viewers in Germany had the TV on to - admittedly in the middle of the night - follow the presentation of the world's most important music prize. This year, however, the Grammys really give a lot when it comes to singing world stars on stage. On Tuesday, spectacular confirmations from music-making stars rained down again.
For example, dance legends Daft Punk will play one of their rare appearances at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, as "billboard.com" reports. The French were last seen in 2014 - even then at the Grammys. Also newly announced is a duet by Alicia Keys with newcomer Maren Morris. Another cooperation is also worthy of all honor: Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl will be on stage with hip-hop greats A Tribe Called Quest and colleague Anderson Paak.
Metalica, Adele, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood and Bruno Mars had previously been confirmed as artists for the awards night. Meanwhile, Beyoncé is the Grammy nominee for this year's event. She is nominated for a whopping nine trophies. Close behind are Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West with eight nominations each. The evening will be presented by "The Late Late Show" presenter James Corden, who became famous with his "carpool karaoke".