2020 GRAMMYs Performers & Host

Below is the current list of the 2020 GRAMMY performers and host for the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards. Music's Biggest Night was broadcast live on the CBS Television Network Jan. 26, 2020.

Host
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  • 15-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 29
  • 2018 Producers & Engineers Wing honoree
  • Host of the 61st and 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards
Performers
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  • Four-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 14
  • 2020 MusiCares Person Of The Year
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BTS


  • This is BTS’ first time performing on the GRAMMY Awards.
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  • Career nominations: 3
  • Current nominations: 1
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ("Señorita")
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  • Three-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 10
  • Current nominations: 3
    • Song Of The Year ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Duo/Group Performance with Maren Morris ("Common")
    • Best Country Song ("Bring My Flowers Now")
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  • One-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 6
  • Current nominations: 4
    • Best Rock Performance ("This Land")
    • Best Rock Song ("This Land")
    • Best Contemporary Blues Album (This Land)
    • Best Music Video ("This Land")
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  • Three-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 20
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Misty Copeland


  • This is Misty Copeland’s first time performing on the GRAMMY Awards.
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  • Career nominations: 7
  • Current nominations: 3
    • Record Of The Year (“Old Town Road” Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus)
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Old Town Road” Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus)
    • Best Music Video (“Old Town Road” [Official Movie] Lil Nas X & Billy Ray Cyrus)
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  • Three-Time GRAMMY Winner
  • Career nominations: 9
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  • First-time GRAMMY nominee
  • Current nominations: 6
    • Record Of The Year ("Bad Guy")
    • Album Of The Year (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?)
    • Song Of The Year ("Bad Guy")
    • Best New Artist
    • Best Pop Solo Performance ("Bad Guy")
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?)
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  • 14-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 25
  • Current nominations: 2
    • Best Gospel Performance/Song (“Love Theory”)
    • Best Gospel Album (Long Live Love
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  • One-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 11
  • Current nominations: 5
    • Record Of The Year ("7 Rings")
    • Album Of The Year (thank u, next)
    • Best Pop Solo Performance ("7 Rings")
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ("Boyfriend" with Social House)
    • Best Pop Vocal Album (thank u, next)
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  • Two-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 10
  • Current nominations: 5
    • Record Of The Year ("Hard Place")
    • Album Of The Year (I Used To Know Her)
    • Song Of The Year ("Hard Place")
    • Best R&B Performance ("Could've Been")
    • Best R&B Song ("Could've Been")
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  • Career nominations: 2
  • Current nominations: 1
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ("Sucker")
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  • Career nominations: 3
  • Current nominations: 1
    • Best Rap/Sung Performance with Nipsey Hussle and John Legend (“Higher”)
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  • 10-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 31
  • Current nominations: 2
    • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album (A Legendary Christmas)
    • Best Rap/Sung Performance with Nipsey Hussle and DJ Khaled (“Higher”)
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  • Career nominations: 6
  • Current nominations: 6
    • Record Of The Year (“Old Town Road” Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus)
    • Album Of The Year (7)
    • Best New Artist (7)
    • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Old Town Road” Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus)
    • Best Rap/Sung Performance (“Panini”)
    • Best Music Video (“Old Town Road” [Official Movie] Lil Nas X & Billy Ray Cyrus)
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  • First-time GRAMMY nominee
  • Current nominations: 8
    • Record Of The Year ("Truth Hurts")
    • Album Of The Year (Cuz I Love You [Deluxe])
    • Song Of The Year ("Truth Hurts")
    • Best New Artist
    • Best Pop Solo Performance ("Truth Hurts")
    • Best R&B Performance ("Exactly How I Feel")
    • Best Traditional R&B Performance ("Jerome")
    • Best Urban Contemporary Album (Cuz I Love You [Deluxe])
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  • Career nominations: 2

  • Lovato earned her first career GRAMMY nomination for 2016 for Best Pop Vocal Album for Confident. She made her GRAMMY stage debut at the 58th GRAMMY Awards in 2016 during a group tribute performance to 2016 MusiCares Person of the Year Lionel Richie.

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  • Career nominations: 1
  • Current nominations: 1
    • Best Rap Album (Championships)
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  • One-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 1
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Preservation Hall Jazz Band


  • This is Preservation Hall Jazz Band’s second time performing on the GRAMMY Awards.
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Mason Ramsey


  • This is Mason Ramsey’s first time performing on the GRAMMY Awards.
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  • Career nominations: 3
  • Current nominations: 3
    • Best Rap Performance with Nipsey Hussle and Hit-Boy (“Racks In The Middle”)
    • Best Rap/Sung Performance with Mustard (“Ballin”)
    • Best Rap Song (“Racks In The Middle”)
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  • First-time GRAMMY nominee
  • Current nominations: 2
    • Best New Artist
    • Best Latin Rock, Urban Or Alternative Album (El Mal Querer)
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  • Career nominations: 1
  • 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award
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  • Career nominations: 8
  • Current nominations: 1
    • Best Country Solo Performance ("God’s Country")
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  • Three-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 14
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The War And Treaty


  • This is The War and Treaty’s first time performing on the GRAMMY Awards.
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  • Career nominations: 14
  • Current nominations: 4
    • Song Of The Year ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Solo Performance ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Song ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Album (While I'm Livin')
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  • Eight-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 22
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  • Career nominations: 13
  • Wilson received his first GRAMMY nomination with the Gap Band for 1983 for Best R&B Instrumental Performance for "Where Are We Going?" He received his first solo nomination for 1996 for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for "Stomp."
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YG


  • This is YG’s first time performing on the GRAMMY Awards.
Presenters
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  • Three-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 10
  • Current nominations: 3
    • Song Of The Year ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Duo/Group Performance with Maren Morris ("Common")
    • Best Country Song ("Bring My Flowers Now")
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  • Three-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 20
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  • Career nominations: 5
  • Current nominations:
    • Best Comedy Album (Quality Time)
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  • Two-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 2
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  • Career nominations: 1
  • Current nominations: 1
    • Best Comedy Album (Son Of Patricia)
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Sharon Osbourne


  • This is Sharon’s second time presenting at the GRAMMY Awards.
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  • Three-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 8
  • 2019 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award
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  • One-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 5
  • 1990 GRAMMY Legend Award
  • 1999 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award
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  • Career nominations: 14
  • Current nominations: 4
    • Song Of The Year ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Solo Performance ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Song ("Bring My Flowers Now")
    • Best Country Album (While I'm Livin')
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  • Four-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 19
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  • 25-time GRAMMY winner
  • Career nominations: 74
  • 1996 Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award