Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton are among a diverse group of nominees for Feb. 10 show

By Andrea Billups
Updated January 09, 2013 11:25 AM
Startraks; Bauer Griffin

Taylor Swift, Mumford & Sons, the Black Keys, Rihanna and fun. are among the first acts announced for the 55th annual Grammy Awards next month.

All are nominees and will join rapper-actor host LL Cool J to kick off the show, which will be broadcast live on CBS on Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. from the Los Angeles STAPLES Center.

Six artists (including fun. and Mumford & Sons) have been nominated this year for six Grammys each. The Black Keys have five nominations while Rihanna and Swift have three each.

Nominees for record of the year are the Black Keys (“Lonely Boy”); Kelly Clarkson (“Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)”); fun. (“We Are Young”); Gotye (“Somebody That I Used to Know”); and Swift (“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”).

Best new artists nominees include: Alabama Shakes, Frank Ocean, the Lumineers and Hunter Hayes. Two well-known political stars are up for best spoken word album: First Lady Michelle Obama and former President Bill Clinton.