Beyoncé will perform with Common and John Legend at the 57th Grammy Awards on Sunday, and nominees Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson are set to present.

Beyoncé to Perform With Common and John Legend

Common and Legend will be performing their hit “Glory,” which is currently nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song. Common, who is nominated for the Grammy for Best Rap Album, revealed that fellow nominee Beyoncé would be introducing the song with her own take on the gospel song “Take My Hand, Precious Lord.”

“We’re getting an introduction from the great Beyoncé. That’s a whole other level, to have her singing ‘Precious Lord.’ I’m excited,” Common told Rolling Stone.

Common promised a show stopping performance, adding, “It’s the Grammys stage, so we’re going to deliver some of the best performances we ever had. Expect the spirit of what the movie is about, the spirit of what the movement is about, and the spirit of what ‘Glory’ is about.”

The Grammys don’t take place until Sunday, but fans are already taking bets as to who will give the best performance of the night. Music all stars, including nominees Sia and Sam Smith, are set to perform at the show. Fresh off her Super Bowl halftime show, Katy Perry will also be rocking out onstage, as will her rumored on-again boyfriend John Mayer – who will perform with Questlove and nominee Ed Sheeran.

Perhaps most exciting will be a performance from Rihanna, Paul McCartney and Kanye West, who recently released their collaboration “FourFiveSeconds.”

Fans can also expect to see performances from Usher, Pharrell Williams, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett and more.

The 57th Grammy Awards, hosted by LL Cool J, will air live Sunday, Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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