Lady Gaga, Ben Platt, Childish Gambino, More Performing At 2018 Grammy Awards

Lady Gaga, Ben Platt, Childish Gambino, More Performing At 2018 Grammy Awards

To recognize the show's return to NY, the ceremony will also feature Patti LuPone reprising her 1981 performance of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina". For the first time in 15 years, it will be hosted in NY, after being held in Los Angeles since 2004. It will see former Grammy victor Patti LuPone doing a reprise of her "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from Webber's "Evita".

Two-time GRAMMY victor Patti LuPone will reprise her 1981 performance of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina", and Dear Evan Hansen's now nominated Ben Platt will perform a classic from West Side Story in a special Broadway tribute honoring the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Leonard Bernstein.

Pop superstar Lady Gaga and the psychedelic rapper Childish Gambino will perform at the Grammy Awards on January 28, organizers of the music industry's biggest night announced Thursday.

On the current music front, the announced stars have all been nominated at least once in this year's main categories.

James Corden is set to host the big show, which will be broadcast from Madison Square Garden.

Joining Gambino as a performer on the night will be Lady Gaga, who has been nominated for Best Solo Pop Performance for her track "Million Reasons". The 34-year-old singer and actor, born Donald Glover, is up for five awards, including Album of the Year for "Awaken, My Love!".

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