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Miguel Bumped Up From The Nosebleed Seats To GRAMMY Performer

With only four days until the GRAMMYs, the show announced today that Miguel and Wiz Khalifa have been added to the show's performance line-up. And Miguel is starting to feel the pressure.

“I suppose anxiety might be the word,” he told “I don’t want anything to go wrong.”

It's the singer's first performance on the telecast and he wants to impress. “I have something really special planned for that moment,” Miguel said. “I can’t wait to do it. I can’t wait for the day in general.”

In addition, the “Adorn” singer is nominated for five awards, including Song Of The Year.

As a kid he watched the GRAMMYs wishing one day he would get a chance to attend and in 2011, Miguel was nominated for co-writing R&B singer Jaheim's song “Finding My Way Back.” But, it wasn’t exactly what he had imagined.

“I’ll never forget getting there and getting in my seat and the seat being way up in the nosebleed section,” he said laughing.

With his performance this year, Miguel hopes he can introduce himself to a new audience who may have never heard his name, let alone his latest album Kaleidoscope Dream.

“I think more than anything it will give me kind of a chance to show people how involved I am in the industry and the creative process,” he said.

As for what he’ll be wearing on the red carpet, Miguel hinted that it won’t be your standard black tuxedo.

“I think I know what I’m going to throw on,” he said. “I’m definitely not afraid to do something bold.”

Catch this performance and many more on the GRAMMYs, airing Sunday, February 10 on CBS.

- Shannon Carlin,

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