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Beyonce and Adele Performing at the 2017 Grammys

23 January 2017, 12:50 | Oscar Perry

Singer Adele performs onstage during The 58th GRAMMY Awards

Singer Adele performs onstage during The 58th GRAMMY Awards

Adele has been announced as a performer at the 59th annual GRAMMY Awards.

At last year's Grammys, Adele experience technical difficulties during her performance.

Adele has ten Grammy awards to her name.

She is, after all, a top nominee for the album "25" and the record "Hello". In addition, she is nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Hello". She has previously won 10 golden gramophones. When pressed for more information, he "absolutely" did not want to reveal those who turned down the opportunity, but added, "I can tell you that Adele and Beyoncé are not two of them".

As we reported earlier this month, other confirmed acts include 10-time GRAMMY victor John Legend, eight-time GRAMMY-winning band Metallica, and seven-time GRAMMY victor and current nominee Carrie Underwood.

The 59th Grammy Award ceremony will be hosted by The Late Late Show star James Corden and is produced by AEG Ehrlich Ventures for the Recording Academy.

The Recording Academy announced Friday that Adele will perform at the February 12 show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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