Adele to Perform at 2017 Grammy Awards

Jenna Warner
January 22, 2017

This is Adele's fourth time performing on music's biggest night, and she's a 10-time victor for music from 19, 21 and her James Bond theme, "Skyfall".

British singer/songwriter Adele is the latest act lined up for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. It's unclear which song she'll choose, though "Hello" is the obvious selection, since it's been singled out for several individual trophies (and was also the lead single from "25").

Adele has ten Grammy awards to her name. She last took home Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year in 2012 for her album "21" and the smash single "Rolling in the Deep". Beyonce's Lemonade earned nine GRAMMY nominations, and was recognized across six different fields of categories - pop, rap, R&B, rock, music video/film and general - making her the most diverse nominee this year. Urban received two nominations- Best Country Album for "Ripcord" and Best Country Solo Performance for 'Blue Ain't Your Color'.

The "Hello" crooner and the "Hold Up" songstress are also up for Record of the Year against Lukas Graham, Twenty One Pilots and Rihanna. If you plan on watching the event, the awards-show will air live from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, this year the Grammys will be hosted by award-winning performer and host James Corden.

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