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The 93rd Oscars are almost here! Here's the list of the performers we will see this Sunday.


The Oscars show's an iconic event and this year's no different.

The ones who will perform are: Celeste, H.E.R., Leslie Odomo Jr., Laura Pausini, Daniel Pemberton, Molly Sandén and Diane Warren. These stars will perform the five nominated original songs for Oscars: Into The Spotlight, followed by the Oscars event itself.

What we know so far is that one of the performances will be recorded in Húsavík, Iceland, and four at the Dolby Family Terrace of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles.

Producers of the Oscars Jesse Collins, Stacey Sher and Steven Soderbergh recommend to stay tuned throughout the night:

"We've come up with some serious pre-game and post-game action to enhance our main event. Our suggestion is just tune in for the whole shebang, otherwise you'll miss something really unexpected and fun."

The Oscars: Into The Spotlight will be hosted by actors Ariana DeBose (Hamilton) and Lil Rey Howery (Bad Trip) and will highlight the nominees's journey that led them to the most famous award show in Hollywood, along with sneak peeks to the party. But surprises don't end here! There's also going to be a special appearance by DJ Tara!

Make sure to check out Oscars: Into The Spotlight this Sunday, April 25th on ABC at 6:30pm ET!

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