Kanye West And Estelle, Miley Cyrus To Perform At Grammys

Taylor Swift, Ne-Yo, Jamie Foxx, Chris Brown, Adele and Sugarland also added to the lineup.

Music's biggest night just keeps getting bigger. The 51st annual Grammy Awards, which air on Sunday night on CBS, have added yet another round of performers to the roster: [artist id="1230523"]Kanye West[/artist] will appear with [artist id="1916698"]Estelle[/artist] (most likely for their Song of the Year nominee [video id="212118"]"American Boy"[/video]). [artist id="2408193"]Miley Cyrus[/artist] and [artist id="2389485"]Taylor Swift[/artist] are teaming up. [artist id="2476941"]Adele[/artist], [artist id="1273069"]Chris Brown[/artist] and [artist id="1244042"]Sugarland[/artist] have been added to the list. And there will be a tribute to legendary Motown group the [artist id="7566"]Four Tops[/artist] featuring [artist id="7590"]Jamie Foxx[/artist], [artist id="2002414"]Ne-Yo[/artist] and original last living original member, Duke Fakir.

The latest additions join a list that already included [artist id="2481017"]Jennifer Hudson[/artist], the [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist], [artist id="1111141"]Coldplay[/artist], [artist id="1962774"]Katy Perry[/artist], [artist id="1123"]Radiohead[/artist], [artist id="1940303"]Rihanna[/artist], [artist id="1225081"]T.I.[/artist] with [artist id="1231683"]Justin Timberlake[/artist], [artist id="1022"]U2[/artist], [artist id="1933910"]Carrie Underwood[/artist], [artist id="10551"]Kid Rock[/artist], [artist id="12165"]Paul McCartney[/artist] with special guest drummer [artist id="986"]Dave Grohl[/artist], [artist id="504765"]Kenny Chesney[/artist] and [artist id="14245"]Robert Plant[/artist] & [artist id="506074"]Alison Krauss[/artist]. The show will also feature a solo performance from [artist id="510062"]Lil Wayne[/artist], the night's most nominated artist, and he's expected to throw down his verse on T.I.'s "Swagga Like Us," alongside [artist id="1269"]Jay-Z[/artist], Tip and Kanye.

The addition of [artist id="2002414"]Ne-Yo[/artist] to the live roster of talent on the show means that all five of the contenders for Album of the Year — which also include Radiohead, Coldplay, Lil Wayne and Robert Plant & Alison Krauss — will now be performing on the show.

Among the newly added presenters are [artist id="980"]Sheryl Crow[/artist], [movieperson id="35938"]Queen Latifah[/movieperson], [artist id="1998098"]T-Pain[/artist], [artist id="8496"]Al Green[/artist], actor [movieperson id="182754"]Jay Mohr[/movieperson] and late-night talk-show host [movieperson id="236482"]Craig Ferguson[/movieperson]. They join a list of previously announced presenters that includes [movieperson id="48379"]Gwyneth Paltrow[/movieperson], [movieperson id="30855"]Samuel L. Jackson[/movieperson], [movieperson id="163196"]Jack Black[/movieperson], [artist id="1220247"]Duffy[/artist], [artist id="1225988"]Josh Groban[/artist], [movieperson id="167373"]Simon Baker[/movieperson] and jazz musician [artist id="505556"]Charlie Haden[/artist].

Will Lil Wayne grab all the gramophones? Is Katy Perry going to tell her girl rivals to kiss off? Can Coldplay march off with a win? MTV News is all over the 51st Annual Grammy Awards, so stay tuned for interviews, analysis and more before, during and after the big night, Sunday, February 8.