Bruno Mars will be strutting his stuff on the Grammy’s stage in a few weeks along with the Foo Fighters.
The Recording Academy announced Thursday that Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson will also hit the stage at 54th annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12.
Kanye West leads with seven nominations. Adele is also up for six Grammys, including album, song and record of the year. She's currently recovering from surgery on her vocal cords and her sophomore album, "21," was last year's top seller.
Other multiple nominees include Skrillex, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Chris Brown, Bon Iver and Mumford & Sons.
Mars, whose real name is Peter Gene Hernández, is up for “Record of the Year,” “Album of the Year,” “Song of the Year,” “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance,” and “Best Pop Vocal Album.”
The pop star recently snagged the award for favorite pop/rock male at the AMA's over popular singers such as Pitbull and The Biebs Justin Bieber.
"I just want to share this award with Justin Bieber and Pitbull,” the star said humbly. “This is all our work."
Like Mars, Christina Aguilera was also nominated this year for her song “Moves Like Jagger,” with rock star and “The Voice” fellow judge Adam Levine. She also has a nomination for “Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual” for her song “Burlesque” written for the same titled movie, where she stars as Ali Rose.
Intocable, El Güero y su Banda Centenario, Los Tigres Del Norte and Friends, Los Tucanes De Tijuana and Michael Salgado have been nominated for “Best Banda Or Norteño Album.”
In the “Best Tropical Latin Album” category Edward Bonilla, Cachao and José Rizo’s Mongorama will battle it out for the Grammy.
Based on reporting by the Associated Press