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Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt to sing duet at 2016 Grammys

By Marilyn Malara
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Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt to sing duet at 2016 Grammys
Carrie Underwood, seen here in Nov. 2015, will perform a duet with fellow Grammy nominee Sam Hunt during the 2016 Grammy Awards Ceremony. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27 (UPI) -- Grammy nominee Carrie Underwood will sing a duet with upcoming country artist Sam Hunt at this year's awards ceremony on Feb. 15.

As part of exclusive Grammy Moments, the Recording Academy has also paired artist Tori Kelly with fellow nominee James Bay for a performance as well as British pop singer Ellie Goulding with R&B performer Andra Day.

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Others expected to perform on the Grammys stage are Justin Bieber, Skrillex, Diplo, Kendrick Lamar, Pitbull, The Weeknd and Adele -- all nominees.

Country singer Sam Hunt is nominated this year for Best New Artist alongside Kelly and Bay. Hunt's album Montevallo is up for Best Country Album with Bay's Chaos And The Calm nominated for Best Album.

Seven-time Grammy winner Underwood is a nominee for Best Country Solo Performance for her song "Little Toy Guns."

Singer Andra Day received a nomination for Best R&B Performance for her "Rise Up," and best R&B Album for her Cheers To The Fall.

Goulding is up for a Grammy in the Best Pop Solo Performance category for "Love Me Like You Do," and the award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. Reports of Goulding's upcoming performance comes soon after the British songstress revealed that she nearly drowned in Norway when her car broke through an icy lake.

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