Bruno Mars and Skepta are the latest confirmed performers for this month's BRIT Awards.
They will join previously announced Robbie Williams, Little Mix, The 1975 and Emeli Sandé at The O2, London on February 22.
“The BRIT Awards is proud to attract international artists and we’re excited to welcome Bruno Mars back to the stage," said BRITs chairman and chairman of Sony Music, Jason Iley. "Skepta is a homegrown talent who’s had an incredible year including three nominations and I can’t wait to see what he’ll bring to the event.”
Bruno Mars is no stranger to the BRITs having previously received three BRIT Awards, while
Skepta leads the nominees this year, receiving three nods including Album Of The Year for his Mercury Prize-winning fourth album Konnichiwa. He appeared with Kanye West at the BRITs 2015.
This year's ceremony, which is being extended by half an hour, will be hosted by Dermot O’Leary and Emma Willis. It will be exclusively broadcast on ITV.