Clive Davis and The Recording Academy's legendary pre-Grammy party is always packed with the biggest names in Hollywood.
And tomorrow night will be no exception...
And guess who's headlining this year's bash?
Brandy and Monica!
As you may already know they just dropped their new single, "It All Belongs to Me," their first collaboration since the 1998 hit, "The Boy Is Mine."
"I'm scared," Brandy admitted to me yesterday about their performance. "I'm just scared of everybody in that room. I think that's why it's going to be a really cool performance because I do a little bit better when I'm afraid."
Monica isn't as worried as much. "I don't get nervous," she said. "I thank God for that because I don't know what I would do if I did."
Davis always delivers an eclectic roster of performers. He did reveal yesterday that there will tribute set to The Kinks led by the band's former frontman, Ray Davies, and featuring Jackson Brown, Elvis Costello and possibly Mumford & Sons.
As for the rest of the evening, Davis tries hard to keep most of it under wraps.
But considering who has performed in the more recent past—Matthew Morrison, Kelly Clarkson, Black Eyed Peas, Pink, Alicia Keys, Carrie Underwood, Foo Fighters, Rod Stewart, R. Kelly, Christina Aguilera, Usher, Leona Lewis and even Ms. Houston—tomorrow's bash shouldn't disappoint.
"What's exciting for me?" Davis said. "It's the idea of coming up with the combinations and doing the unexpected before this glittering audience."