Madonna will perform at the Grammy Awards, joining the likes of Beyonce, Jay Z, Metallica,Katy Perry, Lorde and Robin Thicke on the star studded bill.
Madonna will perform at the Grammy Awards.
The 'Material Girl' singer had kept her inclusion on the star-studded bill for the huge music event on Sunday (26.01.14) a secret until this morning (24.01.14).
She accompanied the announcement with a picture on Instagram of her dressed all in black - including leather gloves - and strumming a black guitar.
Underneath she wrote: ''It's official. I'm off my crutches and looking for the perfect pair of heels to wear to the Grammys.''
The singer had to be assisted with walking when she bruised a bone in her foot, which she claimed was ''from dancing in high heels''.
Last month it was rumoured Madonna would appear with Beyonce, who was also confirmed to appear earlier this week. However, many fans initially thought Beyonce would take to the stage with her husband, Jay Z, prompting speculation all three could be working on a special collaboration.
Madonna - who has previously won seven Grammy awards - last performed at the annual event in 2006.
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