Adele performing at 59th Grammy Awards

She'll be playing a song off 25, and it'll be her fourth time performing.

Adele will be a performer for the 2017 Grammy Awards following much speculation she would be taking to the stage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles next month.

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The 10-time Grammy victor will perform a song from her multi-platinum third album "25", Billboard is reporting.

Adele performed at last year's GRAMMYs, but her performance of "All I Ask" didn't go to plan when sound issues made the singer sound like she was out of tune. In 2009 she started her Grammy journey and won her first award for the best new artist, following that with the best album of the year, the song of the year, the record of the year and more in 2012. Period. End of story.With each musical performance, we change over the microphones, the wires.

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It had already been confirmed that Metallica, John Legend, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban will all perform live at the ceremony, and now Adele has been added to the line-up. She said at the time: 'It threw the whole thing off.

Adele is also a pal of Grammy host James Corden; her installment of his Carpool Karaoke is the most-viewed of all time.

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The Recording Academy announced Friday that Adele will perform at the February 12 show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.