The Grammy performer lineup is gradually coming together, with some of the hottest names in music performing at the 2017 ceremony.
The Recording Academy, which votes on the Grammys, continues to announce performers who will be at the upcoming awards. Here are the six performers that have been announced thus far:
Adele will perform at the Grammys a year after her shaky performance at last year's awards, where the singer powered through a performance of "All I Ask" despite a broken piano. Adele is currently nominated for five Grammys this year, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for 25 and Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Performance for "Hello".
John Legend has a new album out called Darkness and Light, which fell outside the Grammy eligibility window, so he has no nominations this year. However, he will likely perform one of the two singles released from the album so far: "Love Me Now" and/or "Penthouse Floor".
Metallica is nominated for Best Rock Song for "Hardwired", the debut single from their 10th studio album, Hardwired... to Self-Destruct. The rock band has performed multiple times at the Grammys before and has won eight Grammys in total.
Carrie Underwood has become a Grammy darling since winning American Idol in 2005. She has received seven awards from the Recording Academy, and is currently nominated in Best Country Solo Performance for her song "Church Bells".
Keith Urban is also a Grammy favorite, frequently winning for Best Male Country Performance. This year he is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance for "Blue Ain't Your Color" and Best Country Album for Ripcord.
Bruno Mars was just announced Wednesday to be performing at the Grammys. Mars had a big Grammy year in 2016, winning Record of the Year for his collaboration with Mark Ronson on "Uptown Funk". He is currently nominated as a producer on Adele's album, 25, and his promoting his latest album, 24K Magic.
The 2017 Grammy Awards will air live Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT on CBS.