By Amanda Wicks

The list of artists performing at the 2016 GRAMMYs, held on Feb. 15, continues to grow. On Sunday (Jan. 24), the GRAMMYs tweeted that both Justin Bieber and Pitbull will be performing on the live CBS broadcast.

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Both artists are nominated for GRAMMYs: Bieber for his 2015 Skrillex and Diplo collaboration “Where Are U Now,” and Pitbull for his album Dale. Coincidentally, Pitbull tweeted his thanks to the GRAMMYs for having him perform, including “Dale,” which roughly translates to “Do it,” at the end of the grateful message.

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Bieber and Pitbull will join Adele, Kendrick Lamar, The Weekend and Little Big Town, who will all perform at the awards ceremony.

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