Lady Gaga, Arcade Fire, Eminem to perform at Grammy Awards

Gaga is set to premiere her new single at the show

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Lady Gaga, Eminem and Arcade Fire all look set to perform live at next month's Grammy Awards ceremony.

Gaga's choreographer Laurieann Gibson took to her Twitter page, to confirm to fans that the singer will be performing new single 'Born This Way' for the first time at the February 13 show, which takes place at the Los Angeles Staples Center.

Arcade Fire, who are nominated in the Album Of The Year category as well as Best Alternative Music Album and Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals, will also play the event, according to the official Grammy Twitter account,

Eminem, who is up for six awards, has also been confirmed to perform.

In other Grammy news, nominees Vampire Weekend and The Black Keys recently appeared on US TV, joke-fighting with each other over who deserved to win.

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