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Lady Gaga set for Grammys
Lady Gaga has confirmed she will perform at the Grammy awards.
The singer tweeted this afternoon to confirm she will perform at the awards on February 13 - where she is expected to debut her new single 'Born This Way'.
Although it has been strongly rumoured she would appear for some time, Gaga's choreographer let the secret slip earlier today (12.01.11) by tweeting: "Grammy meeting performance extrodinaire!!! (sic)"
When asked whether it was true she will appear by fans, Gaga responded simply by tweeting "yes".
Gaga opened the Grammy awards last year, giving a show stopping performance which saw her and Elton John duet together.
Meanwhile Britney Spears - who premiered her new single 'Hold It Against Me' this week - is also expected to perform at the event, held at Los Angeles' Staples Center, though a source has said her team are "keeping the plans under wraps" so she surprises her fans at the event.Posted on 12 Jan 2011 16:15 to category : Music News
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