Stevie Wonder, Pharrell to Join Daft Punk for Grammy Performance

Pharrell and Daft Punk

The Grammys just got lucky. Daft Punk will take the stage with some superstar guests at this month’s ceremony.

According to Rolling Stone, Stevie Wonder will join the electronic duo at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards at L.A.’s Staples Center.

In addition to the legendary singer, the performance will feature Pharrell, Nile Rodgers, and Random Access Memories session players Chris Caswell, Nathan East, Omar Hakim, and Paul Jackson Jr.

Daft Punk is up for five awards including Album of the Year for Random Access Memories and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Get Lucky.”

Other Grammy performers include Kendrick Lamar with Imagine Dragons, while P!nk will duet with Nate Ruess.

The show will air live on CBS on Sunday, January 26, at 8 p.m. EST.



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9 Comments

  1. 2bad2bme

    Beyonce better perform that’s all that matters lol…sorry haters i just had to

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  2. Sheen

    Hopefully someone is going over the lyrics and rehearsing with. He’s bad for messing up people’s songs.

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  3. kate

    i hope i will see solange and kelly rowland

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  4. from france

    pround of my compatriots !!!!

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    from france Reply:

    @from france, *proud

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  5. JHP

    The grammys needs Beyonce, Jay-Z, Drake, Eminem, Justin Timberlake, and Robin Thicke up in there performing as well.

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  6. Drama

    But who cares.

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    FormerlyFromTokyo Reply:

    @Drama, Then gtfoh, looking “special” for going through all the effort commenting on something you don’t care about. This is significant for Daft Punk fans because they usually avoid performances on a show like this and haven’t in several years.

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  7. FormerlyFromTokyo

    I LOVE Daft Punk and don’t dislike Pharrell, but when I listened to ‘Get Lucky’ for the first time, I wondered why it became such a hit. The lyrics are practically non-existent (not surprising for Daft Punk, so it makes sense), simple, and repetitive, but still. The album Random Access Memories is good, though.

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