Who will perform at the 2017 Grammys? Bruno Mars added to list.

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Bruno Mars will be bringing his 24 karat magic to the Grammy Awards this year, the awards show announced Wednesday. Fans can watch his first performance on the Grammy stage since 2013 when the biggest night in music airs on CBS on Sunday, Feb. 12.

Bruno Mars performing at the Jingle Ball in Los Angeles in December 2016.  Chris Pizzello/AP

The singer joins a line-up of performers including Adele, John Legend, Metallica, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. James Corden is hosting the festivities.

The four-time Grammy winner is not nominated for an award this year, but he did contribute to Adele's 25, which is nominated for album of the year. The singer-songwriter worked with the British singer on her song "All I Ask." 

More performers will be announced before the Grammys air at 8 p.m. Eastern on Feb. 12.