In January, the we got word that Adele and Kendrick Lamar -- two of the biggest names in music right now -- will perform at CBS's 58th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 15. A little later, more names were added to the lineup, including Ellie Goulding, Pitbull and, of course, Justin Bieber. I say "of course" because no one has had the year Bieber has, re-centering himself as a music star first and foremost, not just another tabloid inspiration. And indeed, this year could be Bieber's second chance.
To help boost him further (or maybe Biebs himself is the help?), production duo
Bieber's set here may prove to be just as transformative as his 2015 MTV VMAs spectacle, which notably ended with him breaking down in tears after he sang "Where Are Ü Now," his Jack Ü collab, and Purpose's lead single, "What Do You Mean?"
"Where Are Ü Now" is up for Best Dance Recording, and the self-titled Jack Ü album is nominated for Best Electronic/Dance Album. In related news, "Where Are Ü Now" is still a certified jam.