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The Capital Late Show With Marvin Humes 10pm - 1am
29 October 2012, 14:47
The 'Begin Again' singer-songwriter will host alongside the legendary hip-hop rapper.
Taylor Swift and LL Cool J have been announced as the official co-hosts for this year's Grammy Award nominations ceremony, ahead of the official awards show in February next year.
The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer-songwriter will host the live show alongside three-time Grammy winner LL Cool J next month, as they announce the nominees for all the big categories for the 2013 Grammy Awards.
Taylor previously co-hosted the live nominations ceremony back in 2008 with the US rapper, who has since hosted the event for the past four years.
The Grammy nominations ceremony will be followed by a one-hour celebration concert which will include performances from Maroon 5, country singer Luke Bryan and several other performers yet to be confirmed.
Taylor Swift launched her brand new album 'Red' in New York City earlier this month, as seen below:
US singer-songwriter Taylor launched her brand new album 'Red' earlier this month, and announced a mammoth 58 date North American tour to promote the record beginning in March 2013.
It was announced last week that Taylor will join the likes of Nicki Minaj on the performance line-up for the American Music Awards 2012 next month.
The Grammy Awards 2013 nominations ceremony will take place live from Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday 5th December, with the Grammy Awards themselves set to take place at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on 10th February 2013.