Prince performs during the halftime show at the Super Bowl XLI football game at Dolphin Stadium in Miami in 2007. File photo: Chris O'Meara/AP
Prince performs during the halftime show at the Super Bowl XLI football game at Dolphin Stadium in Miami in 2007. File photo: Chris O'Meara/AP
British singer George Michael in concert to raise money for AIDS charity Sidaction, in Paris in 2012. File photo: Francois Mori/AP
British singer George Michael in concert to raise money for AIDS charity Sidaction, in Paris in 2012. File photo: Francois Mori/AP

Los Angeles — Sunday's Grammy Awards will include special tributes to pop music icons Prince and George Michael.

Organizers announced Wednesday that the program will include two performances in honor of the stars who died last year. The announcement didn't say who would perform the tributes.

Previously announced performers for this year's show include Adele, Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, John Legend, Bruno Mars and Metallica. Gaga performed a medley of the late David Bowie's hits during last year's show.

British singer George Michael in concert to raise money for AIDS charity Sidaction, in Paris in 2012. File photo: Francois Mori/AP

The "Late Late Show's" James Corden is hosting the Grammys, which will be broadcast on CBS on Sunday night from Los Angeles.

Associated Press