The US band and Girl On Fire singer Alicia will take to the stage together at the music awards ceremony.
Alicia tweeted: "Wait until you see what I do with Maroon 5 on The Grammys."
Carly Rae Jepsen has also revealed she is taking up presenting duties at the awards.
The Canadian songstress, who has been nominated for two Grammys, with her hit Call Me Maybe up for song of the year, announced that she'd be one of the presenters on the night as she touched down in Japan.
"Can't wait, presenting on The Grammys," she wrote on her Twitter page.
Meanwhile, all five nominees for album of the year will perform at the awards show live from Los Angeles on February 10.
Singer Frank Ocean will join Mumford & Sons, The Black Keys, Jack White and fun. at the Grammys.
Other performers already confirmed include Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran, who will be duetting with Sir Elton John. Justin Timberlake, who until recently has been focusing on his film career, will also be performing.