Eminem, who leads the 53rd annual awards with 10 nominations and has 11 wins already under his belt, is a frequent Grammy performer who graced the stage as recently as last year, performing with Drake and Lil Wayne.
For Lady Gaga, it will be the second consecutive year she performs, after the pop star made an impressive debut at the 2010 ceremony with an opening duet accompanied by Elton John. Nominated for album of the year for "The Fame Monster," Gaga is expected to perform her forthcoming album's lead single "Born This Way," which happens to be slated for release on Feb. 13, at the ceremony.
Arcade Fire and Miranda Lambert, meanwhile, will make their Grammy debuts as performers. Both are also nominated in the lead categories, with Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs" up for album of the year and Miranda Lambert's "The House That Built Me" vying for song of the year.
Cee Lo Green, up for four awards including record of the year and song of the year, and Katy Perry, up for album of the year, have both performed at the Grammys before. Additional performers are expected be announced in the coming weeks.
The Grammys will be broadcast on CBS live from Staples Center in Los Angeles.