Though she was nominated for a boatload of awards for her record-shattering album "25," it was unclear whether or not superstar Adele would be performing at the 2017 Grammys. Well, wonder no more: CBS has just confirmed that the singer will indeed take the stage at next month's ceremony.
Adele, who's up for some of the biggest awards of the night (Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, and Best Pop Vocal Album), will perform a track from "25" during the Grammys broadcast, according to CBS. It's unclear which song she'll choose, though "Hello" is the obvious selection, since it's been singled out for several individual trophies (and was also the lead single from "25").
This will be the fourth time Adele has performed at the prestigious awards show. She's already racked up 10 Grammys throughout her career, stretching back to when she took home the hardware for Best New Artist in 2009. She last took home Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Record of the Year in 2012 for her album "21" and the smash single "Rolling in the Deep."
In addition to Adele, other performers announced for the night include John Legend, Metallica, and a duet between Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood. James Corden will host the ceremony, which is slated to air on CBS on Sunday, February 12.