Justin Bieber, Pitbull added to 2016 Grammys lineup

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The Grammy Awards announced that Justin Bieber and Pitbull will be performing at the 2016 Grammys on Feb. 15. The news was shared on social media on Sunday, Jan. 24, with promotional images posted to both Instagram and Twitter.

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Bieber and Pitbull -- whose appearances were revealed in the updates below -- will be in good company at the awards show. Previously announced performers include Adele, Kendrick Lamar, Little Big Town and The Weeknd.

Bieber's "Where Are U Now"(with Skrillex and Diplo) is nominated for best dance recording, while Pitbull's album Dale is up for the best Latin rock, urban or alternative album award. See the full list of nominees here.

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Justin Bieber, Pitbull added to 2016 Grammys lineup

Comedian Stephen Colbert received a Grammy award for "Best Comedy Album" for "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!" back in 2010.

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Actress Kate Winslet won a Grammy award for "Best Spoken Word" album for narrating "Listen to the Storyteller" back in 2000.

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Actor Robin Williams was the winner of not one, but four Grammy Awards, including 1980 for Best Comedy Album, "Reality...What a Concept," 1988 for Best Comedy Album, "A Night at the Met," 1989 for Best Comedy Album, "Good Morning, Vietnam," and 2003 for Best Comedy Album, "Robin Williams Live -- 2002."

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President Barack Obama won a Grammy Award for "Best Spoken Word" with "The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream" back in 2008. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

'Elmo' the muppet has won three Grammy Awards, one for the "Elmopalooza!" production back in 1998!

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Actress Whoopi Goldberg won her Grammy Award back in 1985 for Best Comedy Recording for "Whoopi Goldberg: Direct from Broadway"

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Politicians Bill and Hillary Clinton both have Grammy Awards under their belt! Bill won in 2005 for "Best Spoken Word Album" for and Hillary for the same award in 1997 for "It Takes a Village."

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Director Martin Scorsese

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Actor Zach Braff has a Grammy for "Best Music Compilation Soundtrack" for his work on "Garden State" back in 2005!

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Comedian Jimmy Fallon won a Grammy Award in 2013 for Best Comedy Album, "Blow Your Pants Off."

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Comedian Chris Rock has 3 Grammy's under his belt, all for Best Comedy Album -- "Roll with the New," "Bigger and Blacker," and "Never Scared." 

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Comedian Kathy Griffin took home the Grammy for Best Comedy Album in 2014 with "Calm Down Gurrl"

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The late Joan Rivers won last year for Best Spoken Word Album for her absolutely hilarious book, "Diary of a Mad Diva!"

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The Grammys are set to air at 8 p.m. ET on CBS on Monday, Feb. 15.

Calling all #Beliebers! @justinbieber has been added to the lineup for the 58th #GRAMMYs airing Feb. 15 on @cbstv!

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@pitbull is bringing the party to the 58th #GRAMMYs stage LIVE Feb. 15 on @cbstv!

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