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David Guetta is also set to team up with Chris Brown and Lil Wayne at the show

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Foo Fighters are set to perform with dance titan Deadmau5 at this Sunday's (February 12) Grammy Awards.

The ceremony, which will take place at Los Angeles' Staples Center this weekend, will celebrate electronic music, with show producer Ken Ehrlich telling the Associated Press that Dave Grohl and co will collaborate with the Deadmau5 on a remixed version of the band's song 'Rope', while David Guetta will also perform live with guests Chris Brown and Lil Wayne.

Both performances will take place away from the ceremony itself, in a tented space that will hold up to 1,000 fans.

Kanye West has received the highest number of nominations for the 54th annual Grammy Awards, with seven nods. The rapper is vying for gongs for his solo work and tracks from 'Watch The Throne', his collaboration album with Jay-Z, while Foo Fighters have also racked up six nominations.

Adele is also among the nominees, shortlisted for Album Of The Year for '21' and Best Solo Pop Performance. 'Rolling In The Deep' is also up for Record Of The Year.

She is confirmed to perform at the ceremony too, as are Bruce Springsteen, Katy Perry, Glen Campbell, Coldplay, Rihanna, Paul McCartney and Nicki Minaj.

See Grammy.com for a full list of this year's nominations.

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