With the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards just around the corner, we’ve now got the first round of performer announcements and yes, it does include Madonna.

The Material Girl will return to the GRAMMY stage one year after performing with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis on their anthem “Same Love” while Queen Latifah married 33 couples. She is a seven time GRAMMY winner.

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Although there is no official word yet whether she will be performing something off her upcoming album, Rebel Heart, Madonna has been posting photos of blood and hearts intertwined with the GRAMMY logo for the past week. The new album drops march 10 Interscope Records.

Madonna will be joined by this year’s nominees Ariana GrandeEd Sheeran and Eric Church, along with AC/DC, who is also set to headline this year’s Coachella.

This will mark Grande, Church and AC/DC’s debut performance at the awards.

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Grande earned two nominations: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Bang Bang” with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj and Best Pop Vocal Album for My Everything.

Church is up for four awards, including Best Country Solo Performance, Best Country Album for The Outsiders and Best Country Song for “Give Me Back My Hometown”

Sheeran has three nominations including the night’s biggest award, Album Of The Year putting him up against BeyoncéPharrellBeck and Sam Smith.

Not sure who should take home the biggest prize in music? Get an expert opinion in our Inside Album of the Year videos here.

Watch the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards airing Feb. 8 at 8 pm EST on CBS. 

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