J-Lo and Marc Anthony to Sing First Duet at Grammys
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Power pop couple Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony will perform their first public duet at the Grammy Awards this month, organizers of the event said on Thursday.
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences did not say what song the pair, who married last summer after J-Lo's highly publicized breakup with actor Ben Affleck, would perform at the Feb. 13 awards in Los Angeles.
Anthony is nominated this year for best Latin pop album and for best salsa/merengue album, while singer-actress Lopez has a new album due out in March called "Rebirth."
Other performers already lined up for the show include Alicia Keys, Tim McGraw and U2, while the list of presenters includes Ellen DeGeneres, Norah Jones and John Travolta.
The academy said the Grammys Awards show to be broadcast on CBS would feature a special performance of John Lennon and Paul McCartney's "Across the Universe" to raise money for disaster relief in areas in South Asia and East Africa devastated by tsunamis in December.