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Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo and Dua Lipa to Perform at the 2024 Grammy Awards

The 66th Grammy Awards will air live from Los Angeles' Crypto.com Arena at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, Feb. 4.

<p>Monica Schipper/GA/The Hollywood Reporter via Getty; Michael Buckner/Variety via Getty; Frazer Harrison/Getty </p> Billie Eilish; Olivia Rodrigo; Dua Lipa

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Billie Eilish; Olivia Rodrigo; Dua Lipa

The 2024 Grammy Awards is set to have some powerful performers!

The Recording Academy announced on Monday that Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, and Dua Lipa will hit the stage at the 66th annual awards ceremony, which is scheduled to air live from Los Angeles' Crypto.com Arena at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, Feb. 4.

The three musicians are the first round of performers to be announced, with additional acts expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Eilish, 22, recently won best original song for Barbie's "What Was I Made For?" with her brother Finneas O'Connell at the 2024 Golden Globes. The track was also up for best song at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday.

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<p>VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty </p> Billie Eilish at the the 35th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala at the Convention Center in Palm Springs, California, on January 4, 2024

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Billie Eilish at the the 35th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala at the Convention Center in Palm Springs, California, on January 4, 2024

The ballad landed Eilish nominations in categories for record of the year, song of the year, best pop solo performance, best song written for visual media, and best music video. Alongside Labrinth, she is up for the best pop duo/group performance award for "Never Felt So Alone," making her one of the most nominated artists of the night.

Eilish and Rodrigo, 20, both received six nominations. Rodrigo's critically acclaimed sophomore album Guts earned her nods in the album of the year and best pop vocal album categories.

The LP's lead single "Vampire" garnered her nominations for record of the year, song of the year and best pop solo performance. “Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl” landed Rodrigo a nomination in the best rock song category.

<p>Michael Buckner/Variety via Getty</p> Olivia Rodrigo at the 14th Governors Awards held at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Ovation Hollywood on January 9, 2024 in Los Angeles, California

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Olivia Rodrigo at the 14th Governors Awards held at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Ovation Hollywood on January 9, 2024 in Los Angeles, California

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While speaking to PEOPLE at the Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes premiere in Los Angeles, Rodrigo said that the nominations are "such an honor."

"It's just such an honor and such a pleasure to be recognized by the music community in such an incredible way. I'm very grateful," she said. Rodrigo noted that seeing many of her friends also receive nominations is "half the fun."

"Honestly, sometimes that's more exciting than you getting nominated. [You are] just so proud of everyone that you love," Rodrigo said.

<p>Jed Cullen/Dave Benett/WireImage</p> Dua Lipa attends the European Premiere of "Barbie" at Cineworld Leicester Square on July 12, 2023 in London, England

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Dua Lipa attends the European Premiere of "Barbie" at Cineworld Leicester Square on July 12, 2023 in London, England

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Lipa, 28, is no stranger to the ceremony, being that she's a three-time Grammy winner and previous performer. She is up for song of the year and best song written for visual media for the track “Dance the Night" from the Barbie soundtrack.

The upcoming ceremony will mark the fourth consecutive year that best comedy album nominee Trevor Noah will serve as host. The comedian, 39, said that the honor is something he's "excited" about.

"It's a lot of fun," he said during an episode of his podcast, What Now? With Trevor Noah. "I enjoy the Grammys because I get to watch the show in person and then experience and comment on it in person while it's happening."

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