Tom Jones and Jessie J will duet at the Grammys.
The British performers will sing together at the annual music ceremony, with on-stage collaborations also being delivered by Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani, and Hozier and Annie Lennox.
Announcing the news on Twitter, 74-year-old Tom wrote: "Pleased to announce @JessieJ and I shall be performing together @theGRAMMYs. A lot of great acts performing as well."
'Take Me to Church' singer Hozier also expressed his excitement about his collaboration with the Eurythmics star by posting his own message on the micro-blogging website.
He wrote: "Incredibly excited to announce that I'll be performing beside the legendary @AnnieLennox at the upcoming @TheGRAMMYs"
Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Tony Bennett and five-time Grammy winner Lady Gaga - who released the collaborative album 'Cheek to Cheek' last year - will also duet at the ceremony at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.
The latest wave of act announcements follows previous news of performers at the glitzy ceremony on February 8, including 'Stay with Me' crooner Sam Smith, pint-sized pop star Ariana Grande, super-producer Pharrell and musical icon Madonna.
Other artists set to take to the stage include Usher, Miranda Lambert, John Legend, Common, AC/DC, Eric Church and Ed Sheeran.