The show caught up with Grammys Executive Producer Ken Ehrlich who, first and foremost, confirmed the rumored bit that hip-hop's royal couple, Jay Z and Beyoncé, are indeed going to take the stage. And then, of course, he dropped a few other juicy bits…
We already knew Katy Perry had plans to wow the crowd, but how would she be topping that much-discussed Geisha-themed rendition of "Unconditionally" at the American Music Awards late last year?
"This time she's bringing it. It's all production," Ehrlich said. "We're taking a trip to Never Neverland on this one. … She's doing 'Dark Horse,' and it's a huge hit right now."
But Katy and Beyoncé aren't the only big name acts that will be hitting the Staples Center stage. Robin Thicke, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Lorde, Daft Punk featuring Stevie Wonder & Pharrell Williams, Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar, Pink, Sara Bareilles featuring Carole King. Taylor Swift, Lindsey Buckingham, Dave Grohl, Nine Inch Nails, and Queens of the Stone Age and many more are all slated to make big on stage appearances.