Coming off crutches and controversy! CBS announced Friday that Madonna is hitting the stage on Sunday, Jan. 26 for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.
"It's official!" the Material Girl, 55, said in an Instagram post early Friday morning. "I'm off my crutches and I'm looking for the perfect pair of heels to wear to the Grammys," she continued in the post which included a snapshot of herself strumming a guitar.
The "Superstar" singer, who sustained a minor injury from dancing in high heels, shared a photo of herself via Instagram last Thursday working out in crutches.
As previously confirmed by Us Weekly, the Queen of Pop will join one of the evening's nominees and provide guest vocals during a performance. The seven-time Grammy winner failed to provide further details Friday and teased her performance with another shot — this time with her face shrouded by a thin black veil: "My lips are almost sealed! I can't say anything more………………..#itsasecret" she wrote.
The superstar joins already-expected performers like Jay Z and Beyonce, along with newly announced additions like country superstar nominees Miranda Lambert, who will perform alongside Billy Joe Armstrong. The "Mama's Broken Heart" crooner's husband Blake Shelton will also perform during Sunday's show.
Previously-announced performers include nominees Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Paul McCartney, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Lorde, Imagine Dragons, and John Legend.
The Grammys will air Sunday, Jan. 26 on CBS at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific. Tell Us: Whose performance are you most excited for?
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