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Sting Will Team With Bruno Mars, Rihanna for Grammys Performance

Kelly Clarkson also set to sing at February 10th awards show

Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Sting.
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February 4, 2013 10:35 AM ET

Sting is joining forces with Bruno Mars and Rihanna for a special performance at the Grammy Awards this Sunday, where Kelly Clarkson will also take the stage. They'll join previously announced performers Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys, Jack White, Taylor Swift, Elton John, Mumford & Sons, the Black Keys and more.

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Bruno Mars has been nominated for Best Rap Song for "Young, Wild and Free." Rihanna is up for Best Pop Solo Performance for "Where Have You Been" and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Talk that Talk" with Jay-Z. Clarkson is up for three awards, including Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" and Best Pop Vocal Album for Stronger

Sting isn't nominated this year, but he's won 11 Grammys since 1984 for his solo work, and had won six with the PoliceThe 55th Grammy Awards take place this Sunday, February 10th.

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