The 55th Grammy Award 2013 Performers: From Taylor Swift to Rihanna [PHOTOS]


The Grammy Awards are something fans and musicians are looking forward to this year. With the nominees already announced, performers for the grand event have already been lined up. From Swift to Rihanna, check out who is set to perform at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.

Rihanna and Swift are just two among the first batch of performers who are slated to present at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The said event is scheduled on February 10. The country crooner and RnB princess will be joined by Mumford and Sons, the Black Keys and by Fun.

Apart from performing on the show, Swift and her fans hope for another grand win this year. The 22-year old singer has been nominated for Record of the Year for the song, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." Swift is also up for two other awards of which include her contribution for the "Hunger Games" soundtrack, "Safe & Sound." The six-time Grammy award winner performed "Mean" at the 54th Grammy Awards and fans are sure fired-up to see Swift perform either "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" or "I Knew You Were Trouble."

A nominee and a performer as well, Rihanna has three nominations for this years' Grammy Awards. RiRi won around five Grammy awards last year and hopefully she wins all three for this year as well. The singer's nominations include Best Music Video for "We Found Love", Best Pop Solo Performance for "Where Have You Been" and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Talk That Talk" with Jay-Z.

Swift and Rihanna aren't the only performers nominated for awards because co-performers Mumford & Sons, Fun and Black Keys each have their nominations as well. Fun, Black Keys and Mumford & Sons are all nominated for Album of the Year.

LL Cool J is set to host the said event. Fans of Rihanna and Taylor Swift definitely have a lot to look forward to this February 10. Too bad for "Beliebers", Justin won't be making an appearance having been snubbed by the Grammy's and not even being considered as a performer for the said event.

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