Justin Timberlake is suiting up for the Grammys. The singer-turned-actor-turned-singer again will continue his return to music on February 10 when he takes the stage at the 55th annual Grammy Awards less than a month after dropping his comeback single, [article id="1700112"]"Suit & Tie."[/article]
The six-time Grammy winner will take the Grammy stage for the first time in 4 years for the TV performance debut of his first new music in nearly seven years. He'll join a star-studded roster of already announced performers on the show, which includes Rihanna, Fun., Taylor Swift, Jack White, the Black Keys, Carrie Underwood, the Lumineers, Mumford & Sons, Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert and a special first-time duet between Elton John and nominee Ed Sheeran.
Two-time Grammy winner LL Cool J will once again host the show. The [article id="1698415"]leading nominees[/article] at this year's Grammys include Fun., Frank Ocean, Mumford, Kanye West and Jay-Z, all of whom have six nods.
The Black Keys are tied with R&B singer Miguel with five nominations each.
The Grammys gig is part of a major comeback roll-out for Timberlake, who will warm up for music's big night by [article id="1700684"]playing[/article] at the DIRECTV Super Saturday Night event on February 2, one day before the Super Bowl.
As part of his surprise return to music, Timberlake unveiled a high-end lyric video for "Tie" last week, a clip the director told MTV News was his attempt to make the [article id="1700762"]greatest lyric clip of all time.[/article] The end of the video revealed that the singer's third solo album, The 20/20 Experience, is due out on March 19.