Christina Aguilera, Samara Joy, Lenny Kravitz, Maluma, Lionel Richie, Mark Ronson, Meryl Streep, Taylor Tomlinson and Oprah Winfrey are set to present on the 2024 Grammy Awards, set for Sunday, Feb. 4.
Joy was the surprise winner of last year’s award for best new artist. Aguilera won in that same category 24 years ago.
Ronson, a seven-time Grammy-winner, received five nominations this year for his work on Barbie.
Streep is nominated for best audio book, narration and storytelling recording for Big Tree.
Richie won album of the year 39 years ago for Can’t Slow Down. He won song of the year the year after that for “We Are the World,” which he co-wrote with Michael Jackson.
Kravitz has been announced as the first of three 2024 Recording Academy Global Impact Award honorees. The award will be presented at the third annual Recording Academy Honors presented by the Black Music Collective. The event will take place on Thursday (Feb. 1) at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles.
Previously announced Grammy performers are Burna Boy, Luke Combs, Billie Eilish, Billy Joel, Dua Lipa, Joni Mitchell, Olivia Rodrigo, Travis Scott, SZA, and U2. Additional performers will be announced in the coming days. The current list of performers can be found here.
U2 is set to take the stage from Sphere in Las Vegas, where the band’s acclaimed U2:UV Achtung Baby Live at Sphere show is playing.
Additional performers for the Grammy telecast will be announced at another time. Whether Swift will perform is still unknown.
The other album of the year nominees are Janelle Monáe’s The Age of Pleasure, Lana Del Rey’s Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, Miley Cyrus’ Endless Summer Vacation, Olivia Rodrigo’s Guts and Jon Batiste’s World Music Radio.
Trevor Noah, who is also a nominee, will host the Grammys for the fourth consecutive year. He received a nod for best comedy album for I Wish You Would, and is the first Grammy host to be nominated for a Grammy that same year since Queen Latifah in 2005.
The 66th annual Grammy Awards will be held on Sunday, Feb. 4, live on both coasts beginning at 8 a.m. ET on CBS, and will stream live and on-demand on Paramount+ (live and on demand for Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers, or on demand for Paramount+ Essential subscribers the day after the special airs).
The telecast will be produced by Fulwell 73 Productions for the Recording Academy for the fourth consecutive year. Ben Winston, Raj Kapoor and Jesse Collins are executive producers.