Some of music's biggest stars are gearing up for the 2019 GRAMMYs!

The Recording Academy just kept announcing more and more artists who will be hitting the stage at this year's 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards.

Here is the full list of performers:

Lady Gaga: The six-time GRAMMY winner is currently nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, and Best Song Written for Visual Media ("Shallow") and Best Pop Solo Performance ("Joanne [Where Do You Think You're Goin'?"]). This will also mark her fifth performance in a row at the GRAMMYs.

Dua Lipa: The "Electricity" singer is nominated for Best New Artist and Best Dance Recording ("Electricity" [Silk City & Dua Lipa feat. Diplo & Mark Ronson]) and will be performing with St. Vincent.

Travis Scott: Fresh off his Super Bowl performance, the rapper is up for three GRAMMYs this year, including Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song ("Sicko Mode") and Best Rap Album (Astroworld).

Mark Ronson: The five-time GRAMMY winner is nominated three times this year: Song of the Year ("Shallow"), Best Song Written for Visual Media ("Shallow"), and Best Dance Recording ("Electricity" [Silk City & Dua Lipa  feat. Diplo & Mark Ronson]).

Chloe x Halle: The Best New Artist nominees are also nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album (The Kids Are Alright).

Fantasia Barrino: The American Idol alum will join Yolanda Adams and Andra Day for a special tribute for the late Aretha Franklin. Barrino also performed at Franklin's funeral at Greater Grace Temple on Aug. 31 in Detroit, Michigan.

Dolly Parton and Friends: The country music legend, who is also the 2019 MusicCares Person of the Year, will perform new music from the Netflix movie Dumplin' and will also be joined for a tribute by Katy Perry, Little Big Town, Maren Morris and Kacey Musgraves. This will mark Parton's first GRAMMY performance since 2001 .

Camila Cabello: Cabello will make her GRAMMY performance debut as she vies for the Best Pop Solo Performance (for "Havana") and Best Pop Vocal Album. She has the honor of opening this year's show and will be joined by J Balvin and Young Thug, as well as GRAMMY winners Ricky Martin and Arturo Sandoval.

Cardi B: Following her "Finesse" performance with Bruno Mars last year, Cardi returns to perform as a five-time nominee, including for Album of the Year.

Brandi Carlile: This marks the folk singer's first GRAMMY performance as well, and she's up for six big awards this year, including Album of the Year (By the Way, I Forgive You) and Song of the Year ("The Joke").

Miley Cyrus: No word yet on what Cyrus will perform, but she will be there, following her duet with Elton John last year.

Dan + Shay: The country duo will take the stage as dual nominees for Best Country Song and Best Country/Duo Group Performance, both for their track "Tequila."

H.E.R.: The Best New Artist nominee will make her GRAMMYs performance debut and is also up for Album of the Year (H.E.R.), Best R&B Song ("Focus") and Best R&B Album.

Post Malone and the Red Hot Chili Peppers: The rapper is a four-time nominee this year, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year. That latter record, "Rockstar," may be with 21 Savage but Malone will be joined by the Chili Peppers at the GRAMMYs.

Shawn Mendes: Up for two awards (Best Pop Vocal Album and Song of the Year), Mendes will likely take the stage to perform his Song of the Year contender, "In My Blood."

Janelle Monáe: Monáe also picked up two nominations, for Album of the Year and Best Music Video, so we could see her perform the latter, "Pynk," or any cut off of Dirty Computers.

Kacey Musgraves: Musgraves earned nominations for Album of the Year and Best Country Album, as well as for Country Solo Performance and Country Song ("Butterflies" and "Space Cowboy," respectively).

Diana Ross: The GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award winner will do a special 75th Diamond Diana birthday performance during the show as the ceremony honors her greatest musical accomplishments.

In addition to all this star power, 15-time GRAMMY winner Alicia Keys will host the show. ET caught up with the 37-year-old singer at the promo shoot for her new gig and she gushed about being "thrilled" to helm the special night.

"It's a little bit of a second home to me," she said. "And I feel so blessed to be able to be coming now, just in support of so many amazing people that are honored -- especially so many women that are [going to be] honored -- and are going be celebrated that night."

"I want to celebrate!" she added. "I want to be the one that really just continues to reach out to the people that I love and admire and my friends, and just be able to create an amazing energy. So I'm loving it!"

The 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards air Sunday, Feb. 10, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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