Lady Gaga to Duet with Metallica at Grammys

Gaga will team with heavy metal giants Metallica for a performance at the Grammy Awards, 8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, on CBS.

Lady Gaga and Metallica have joined the live performance ticket of the 2017 Grammy Awards, joining a star-studded list of some of the world's biggest musicians. The Recording Academy subsequently confirmed the collab via Twitter.

Lady Gaga isn't eligible for any awards this year because her new album, "Joanne", was released past the 2016 deadline.

A promo clip of the event was tweeted by the artist's fan site on Monday and the plan has been confirmed by Rolling Stone.

This year's ceremony will also see performances by Daft Punk who will be on stage with The Weeknd to perform Starboy, Adele, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry and Alicia Keys.

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Gaga, of course, played the Grammys previous year too, when she paid tribute to David Bowie. The performnce gave the album a boost, as Billboard predicts it will find its way back into the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 next week.

Also named as performers Tuesday for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards were current Grammy nominees Kelsea Ballerini and Lukas Graham, and Grammy nominee Cynthia Erivo, who will join with previously announced 10-time Grammy victor John Legend in a tribute to those from the music community who died in the past year.

Metallica's "Hardwired" is nominated for Best Rock Song this year.

For the first time, late-night funnyman James Corden will take the stage as host of the Grammys.

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