Miranda Lambert has been selected as one of the performers for the 2011 Grammy Awards show happening in Los Angeles on Feb. 13, according to CMT. Lambert will join pop stars Katy Perry and Eminem as confirmed performers for the evening.

Lambert earned five Grammy nominations this year -- three of them for her acoustic ballad, 'The House That Built Me,' written by industry veterans Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin. One of those nominations includes the all-genre Song of the Year, which is probably why 'The House That Built Me' earned a spot on this year's 19-track Grammy Nominees Album, in stores Jan. 25.

The song serves as the third single from her ACM and CMA award-winning 2009 album 'Revolution,' which is up for the Best Country Album Grammy. Lambert is also recognized for her efforts in Dierks Bentley's 'Bad Angel' alongside Jamey Johnson. 'Bad Angel' -- off Bentley's bluegrass album 'Up on the Ridge' -- is up for Best Country Collaboration With Vocals.

The 53rd annual Grammy Awards will air live on CBS Feb. 13 at 8PM ET.