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With the 2018 Grammy Awards a little more than a week away, we can’t help but get excited about the epic lineup.

Take a peek at the performances in store for you at the awards show, airing Sunday, January 28, with host James Corden.

Lady Gaga Grammys
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Lady Gaga

Mother Monster is nominated for her album Joanne and song “Million Reasons.” The verdict’s still out on whether she’ll perform in a meat dress or leotard. 

Pink Grammys
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Pink

The songstress is nominated for her album Beautiful Trauma and song “What About Us”…but will she bring Channing Tatum onstage to perform with her? *Crosses fingers*

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Little Big Town Grammys performance
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Little Big Town

These country crooners are up for their album The Breaker and single “Better Man.” Chances are there’s nothing little about their performance. 

Childish Gambino Grammys
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Childish Gambino

Don’t let the name fool you. Childish Gambino (aka Donald Glover) snagged a nom for his album Awaken, My Love! and song “Redbone.”

Patti Lupone 2018 Grammys
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Patti Lupone 

The two-time Grammy winner, who starred in the original Broadway production of Evita, will perform “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” to celebrate the show’s return to New York City after 15 years.

Ben Platt 2018 Grammys
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Ben Platt 

The Dear Evan Hansen star will perform a classic West Side Story song to celebrate Broadway icons Andrew Lloyd Webber and Leonard Bernstein.

Kesha 2018 grammys
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Kesha

The “Praying” singer will celebrate her first Grammy nomination with what is sure to be a stellar performance.

Elton John Miley Cyrus 2018 Grammys
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Elton John & Miley Cyrus

Legendary singer Elton John will employ the help of Miley Cyrus to perform several of his classic hits. Fingers crossed they sing “Tiny Dancer.”

Alessia Cara Khalid Logic 2018 Grammys
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Alessia Cara, Khalid & Logic

This trio will perform their hit song “1-800-273-8255” accompanied by a group of people affected by suicide. Selected by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the performance is meant to shed light on suicide prevention.

Kendrick Lamar 2018 Grammys
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Kendrick Lamar

The rap showman will take the Grammys stage yet again with songs from his album, Damn.  

Brothers Osborne  Maren Morris Eric Church 2018 Grammys
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Brothers Osborne, Maren Morris & Eric Church

These country crooners will band together to pay tribute to victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting in Las Vegas last October.

Bruno Mars Cardi B 2018 Grammys
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Bruno Mars & Cardi B

After debuting their ’90s-themed “Finesse” music video earlier this month, this duo is poised to tear the stage up…and hopefully throw in a little Running Man action.

Sam Smith 2018 Grammys
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Sam Smith

The male Adele, as we like to call him, will bring the soulful sounds of his 2017 album, The Thrill of It All, to this year's Grammys. 

SZA 2018 Grammys

SZA

If you haven’t heard the dreamy music of American R&B singer-songwriter SZA, you’ll definitely want to brush up on her album Ctrl before the show. 

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee 2018 Grammys
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Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee

These two are set to perform their Spanish-language hit, “Despacito,” and we can’t wait to try and sing along. 

u2 2018 grammys
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It's a beautiful day for Bono and his crew to light up the Grammys stage with a performance from their 2017 album, “Songs of Experience.” 

The 60th annual Grammy Awards will air live from Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday, January 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET / 4:30 p.m. PT. See you there! 

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