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Maren Morris will team with Alicia Keys to perform a special duet at the upcoming 2017 Grammy Awards. They will sing "Once" from Morris' Hero album.

The breakout country star will join the 15-time Grammy winner for a special performance that was announced in a press release Tuesday (Jan. 31).

Morris is nominated for four Grammy Awards in 2017, including the all-genre category of Best New Artist. She's also up for Best Country Album for her debut album, Hero, as well as Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance for her smash debut single, "My Church."

Keys won the Best New Artist award in 2002. She and Morris have previously collaborated on an episode of CMT Crossroads.

"Can’t believe I’m saying this, but I’m performing at the #Grammys!!” Morris posted to Twitter on Tuesday morning. “AND I’m gonna collab with my girl @aliciakeys again for this incredibly special night of music."

Other newly-announced performers at the 2017 Grammy Awards include two-time nominee and fellow Best New Artist contender Anderson .Paak, who will join A Tribe Called Quest onstage with 15-time Grammy winner Dave Grohl. Two-time Grammy winner and current nominee The Weeknd is also slated to perform with six-time Grammy winners Daft Punk.

Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood will also team up for a special performance at the 59th annual Grammy Awards, which are set to air on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 8PM ET on CBS, hosted by late night host James Corden.

Morris will hit the road for her first-ever headlining tour on Feb. 3. Her Hero Tour will run through the end of April, featuring her boyfriend Ryan Hurd and Devin Dawson as her support acts.

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