What Song Will Justin Bieber Sing at the Grammys?

What Song Will Justin Bieber Sing at the Grammys?

Canadian pop star Justin Bieber is about to have an exciting time at this year's Grammys. Not only is he nominated for a Grammy (his last nods were in his debut year of 2011 for best new artist and best pop vocal album), but he's also performing alongside Kendrick Lamar and Adele

Bieber's 2016 Grammy nomination is for best dance recording for "Where Are Ü Now," which he collaborated on with Jack U, aka Skrillex and Diplo. The duo is joining Bieber onstage, so it's almost a sure bet that the three will perform the song. It's also likely that Bieber will perform his hit single "Sorry" off his latest album, Purpose, plus some of the new material he's been teasing, Hollywood Life reported.

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"Sorry" is Bieber's most recent hit, and soared to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Skrillex also had a hand in producing the song with Los Angeles producer Blood. 

Last September, Bieber performed "Where Are Ü Now" and "What Do You Mean?" at the MTV Video Music Awards, and ended up breaking down in tears due to the overwhelming emotional support from his fans, MTV reported. If fans are lucky, a similar scenario will happen at the Grammys. 

Catch Bieber at the Grammys at 8 p.m. Eastern on CBS on Feb. 15. 

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Kathleen Wong

Kathleen is a branded content staff writer at Mic. She is based in New York and can be reached at kathleen@mic.com.

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