Metallica To Be Joined By Lady Gaga For Grammy Performance? (Week in Review)


Metallica To Be Joined By Lady Gaga For Grammy Performance? was a Top 10 story on Wednesday: (hennemusic) Metallica will reportedly be joined by Lady Gaga when they perform at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on February 12th if a alleged leaked television commercial is to be believed.

While neither artist has formally announced the news at press time, various media outlets - including Rolling Stone and music industry publication Billboard - have confirmed the pairing based on a tweet from a Gaga fan on Monday that shared a video clip of a TV commercial for the event that stated "Lady Gaga duets with Metallica."

Metallica previously confirmed plans to perform at the annual awards show in sync with their nomination for "Hardwired", the lead single from their latest album, "Hardwired…To Self Destruct." Read more - here.


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