Pop star Selena Gomez, “The Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco, Ice Cube, Ed Sheeran and Sam Smith are among the names confirmed to present at this years 2016 Grammy Awards.
A diverse, all-star lineup of Grammy nominees, previous winners and film and TV stars will take the stage as presenters for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.
This year’s presenters also include current Grammy nominee Cam, two-time Grammy Award winner/host of “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert, two-time Grammy Award winner and current three-time nominee Common, host of “The Late Late Show,” James Corden, singer/actress Ariana Grande, actress Anna Kendrick, current Grammy nominee Seth MacFarlane and Emmy Award-winning TV/radio host and producer Ryan Seacrest.
Meanwhile, Drake announced that he would not be performing at The Grammys, whilst Rock supergroup The Hollywood Vampires would.
Recently, it was also announced that Gwen Stefani is set to make history by creating the first music video ever made on live TV during The Grammys.
Stefani will attempt to produce and perform in the first ever live broadcast on TV of a music video, providing a visual interpretation of her new single “Make Me Like You”.
The video will be shot during a 4-minute commercial break in the ceremony broadcast and the finished product will then be posted to Vevo as the official video to the song.