Grammy 2015 List

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Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson and More to Present on Sunday's Grammy Awards Feb 6, 2015, 1:03 PM ET By ANDREA DRESDALE via Good Morning America Jennifer Hudson, left, Keith Urban, and Taylor Swift will present at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 6. Getty Images Some Grammy nominees who aren't performing on the telecast Sunday night will be taking the stage nonetheless, as presenters. Nominees Meghan Trainor, Taylor Swift and Jennifer Hudson will be among those presenting trophies. Swift has already told fans on her Tumblr account that the trophy she'll be handing out is Best New Artist.

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"That’s what that room is. There’s every genre in there. All genres, not just the popular, commercial ones, but all of ‘em." Performing on the Grammy Awards has been a dream of his for a long time now, and he plans to make the most of the opportunity. "It’s gonna be interesting to see how it goes," he said.

Should You See 'Jupiter Ascending'?

Initially, Anderson said she was “freaked out” when her dad saw the black box slapped on her rear end. “But ultimately I decided to roll with it. It’s my black box and it's part of me now. It’s become this joke and it’s how people know me.

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And because Jupiter is a Recurrence of Balem, Titus and Kalique’s deceased mother, universal law allows Jupiter to reclaim everything that belonged to her. This all understandably comes as quite a shock to Jupiter, but Caine will help guide her through her transition to intergalactic royalty -- and when I say “guide,” I mean fight a lot of alien creatures while defying the laws of physics and looking great while doing it, because Caine’s played by Channing Tatum. Redmayne’s performance as the evil Balem is over-the-top in the best possible way. Think Max von Sydow as Ming the Merciless in the 1980 camp classic "Flash Gordon" meets Steve Carell’s John du Pont in "Foxcatcher." In fact, if you’re a fan of "Flash Gordon," you’ll be reminded of it every five minutes or so while watching "Jupiter Ascending." You’ll also be reminded of "Dune," " Star Wars ," " Star Trek ," "Alien," "Blade Runner," "2001: A Space Odyssey," " Game of Thrones " and "The Wizard of Oz " -- and that’s just in the first 20 minutes.