Taylor Swift added to BRIT Awards line-up

Muse, Mumford & Sons and Justin Timberlake are all set to perform

Taylor Swift added to BRIT Awards line-up

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Taylor Swift has been added to the line-up of the BRIT Awards.

The singer will perform alongside Muse, Mumford & Sons, Justin Timberlake, Robbie Williams, Ben Howard, One Direction and Emeli Sande at the awards on February 20, which will be broadcast live on ITV1. Swift, who is nominated for Best International Female, released her fourth album 'RED' last year.

Muse will be performing their track 'Supremacy' with a full orchestra and choir at this ceremony. The rock trio, who have been nominated for Best British Group and Best Live Act, will perform the first track from their sixth studio album, 'The 2nd Law'.

"We're going to perform there hopefully with a full orchestra and choir to do a full rendition of 'Supremacy', which is the first song on the album. It'll be nice to perform with an orchestra," Matt bellamy said.

Bellamy and co will join Mumford and Sons, One Direction and Robbie Williams on the line-up of performers at the ceremony which will once again be presented by James Corden. Beyonce is strongly rumoured to be performing too, but the BRITs team deny this is happening.

The nominations for this year's awards were announced earlier this month with Alt-J, Mumford & Sons and Muse and all picking up multiple nods.

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