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Madonna, Billie Joe Armstrong & Miranda Lambert to Perform at 2014 GRAMMYs

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By Shannon Carlin

The GRAMMYs may only be two days away, but they’re not quite yet done announcing the big night’s performers.

Today (Jan. 24), it was revealed that Madonna will hit the stage on Sunday night (Jan. 26). No word yet on what the 7-time GRAMMY winner will perform on the live show being that her last album, MDNA came out in 2012.

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and Miranda Lambert have also been added to the list, performing a tribute to the late Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers. Back in November, Armstrong and Norah Jones released a duets album called Foreverly, which had the two remaking the Everly Brothers 1958 full-length, Songs Our Daddy Taught Us.

Both Armstrong and Lambert are nominated for awards this year: Armstrong for Best Music Film with Green Day’s ¡Cuatro! and Lambert for Best Country Solo Performance with “Mama’s Broken Heart.”

Related: GRAMMY Nominees 2014: The Full List

Trombone Shorty and Juicy J—cited in the release as “Academy Award winner” Juicy J, thanks to the Three 6 Mafia song “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp” from the 2005 film, Hustle and Flow—are also slated to perform.

All of these acts will join previously announced performers including Beyoncé with Jay ZLordeKaty PerryRobin Thicke with ChicagoMetallicaDaft Punk with Stevie WonderKendrick Lamar joined by Imagine DragonsP!nk and Nate Ruess of fun., along with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, who will perform together for the first time since 2009, and Hunter Hayes, who is set to premiere his new song, “Invisible.”

And let’s not forget the night’s big finale, which will feature Nine Inch NailsQueens of the Stone AgeDave Grohl and Lindsey Buckingham.

The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards airs Sunday, Jan. 26 on CBS.

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