Lambert joins Grammy line-up

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 – Miranda Lambert was added to the list of performers at the 57th annual Grammy awards.

Common and John Legend, who will perform "Glory" from the film Selma, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams, who are tied with six nominations each, also join the list of performers.

Eric Church was previously announced as a performer along with AC/DC, Ariana Grande, Madonna, and Ed Sheeran.

Lambert has four nominations: Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song for "Automatic," Best Country Duo/Group Performance for "Somethin' Bad" with Carrie Underwood, and Best Country Album for Platinum.

The Grammys will be held on Sunday, Feb. 8 from Los Angeles.

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