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Beyonce, Tina Turner To Duet At Grammys
Beyonce won't be alone when she hits the stage at the 50th annual Grammy Awards this weekend.Beyonce won't be alone when she hits the stage at the 50th annual Grammy Awards this weekend. Rather, she will be joined by Tina Turner, who has earned six Grammys of her own, during the Feb. 10 live CBS telecast from Los Angeles' Staples Center.
The Recording Academy has also announced an additional slew of performers for the ceremony, including Kid Rock, pianist Eldar, saxophonist Dave Koz and singer Keely Smith. They join previously slated acts like Fergie with John Legend, Rihanna, Josh Groban with Andrea Bocelli, Feist, Foo Fighters with John Paul Jones, Alicia Keys, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Aretha Franklin and Mary J. Blige.
Akon, Tony Bennett, Cher, Nelly Furtado, Quincy Jones, Prince, Ringo Starr, Dave Stewart, Taylor Swift and Stevie Wonder -- plus actors Tom Hanks, Joe Mantegna, Jason Bateman -- have all been added as presenters.
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