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Thursday 18 September 2014

Beyoncé Gaga for Grammys?

Beyoncé Knowles

Beyoncé Knowles, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry are reportedly being lined up to headline at the Grammy Awards next month.

Ceremony bosses are hoping the three female pop stars will each headline the 2014 event. Despite rumours of a feud between Beyoncé and Gaga, it seems the singers are willing to settle for the same amount of time on stage.

“The trio are all looking to avoid cat fights and turf wars by agreeing to each perform the same amount of time - six minutes,” a source told “And they’re not planning any special duets or group performances. They plan to each have their moment to shine and steal the show. They’re going to get that chance and music fans are sure to be thrilled!”

According to the National Enquirer, Beyoncé and Gaga haven’t been on speaking terms since they collaborated on Gaga’s last record. The publication reports that Beyoncé has not approved of some of Gaga’s outlandish outfits. However, it has been claimed that the pair are willing to remain professional if they both appear at the Grammys, which will take place next month.

RadarOnline suggests that Miley Cyrus could also be added to the female dominated line-up. Her recent live performances have sparked outrage due to Miley’s suggestive dancing and provocative outfits, so are guaranteed to draw a large audience if she does appear at the Grammys.

“Her album Bangerz isn’t the kind that gets a lot of nominations, so she’s planning accordingly,” the source explained.

The 56th Grammy Awards will be held at the Staples Center in Los Angles on January 26. Jay Z, Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Kendrick Lamar are tipped for success after landing several nominations each.

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