Some of your favorite singers and musicians will be at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday for the 24th annual Billboard Music Awards. In between the celebrities accepting their honors, stars like Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and Rihanna will perform for the packed crowd and viewers watching at home.

There will even be a few special performances by Céline Dion, Madonna and Britney Spears. It definitely sounds like the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, hosted by Ciara and Ludacris, is something you won’t want to miss! Check out the full list of performers and what they’ll be singing on the May 22 show below.

Justin Bieber is slated to perform a medley of his hit songs “Sorry” and “Company.” The 22-year-old pop star is also nominated for several awards, including top male artist, top Billboard 200 artist, top streaming artist and top Hot 100 artist. His album “Purpose” also received a nod for top Billboard 200 album.

DNCE hasn’t revealed which songs they will be performing, but there’s a good chance the rock band, which includes Joe Jonas, will sing their smash hit “Cake by the Ocean.”

Céline Dion will receive Billboard’s ICON award and will take the stage after accepting the honor to perform Queen’s “The Show Must Go On” with violinist Lindsey Stirling. This will be Dion’s first TV performance since the deaths of her husband, René Angélil, and her brother Daniel Dion in January.

Shawn Mendes is also keeping quiet about his Billboard Music Awards performance, but it’s a safe bet he’ll sing his popular song “Stitches.”

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani will perform together and sing their duet “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” from Shelton’s forthcoming album “If I’m Honest.” The lovebirds recently performed the track together on “The Voice.”

Ariana Grande is going to take the stage at the awards show to perform new music. She’s also nominated for top female artist, along with fellow performer Rihanna.

Rihanna is keeping quiet about her Billboard Music Awards performance, but will she surprise the audience and bring out rumored boyfriend Drake to help her? The “Hotline Bling” rapper has been popping up at several of Rihanna’s Anti World Tour shows, so there’s a chance it could happen during her performance Sunday.

Fifth Harmony will take the stage with rapper Ty Dolla $ign to perform their hit “Work From Home.” It will be the first time the group performed at the Billboard Music Awards, and according to a tweet from the telecast’s Twitter account, fans are in for a good show.

Madonna’s performance is a closely guarded secret, but it was revealed that she will be paying tribute to Prince.

Britney Spears, who’s getting the Millennium Award, is bringing back the nostalgia for her performance. She’s going to open the show with a medley of her greatest hits.

Meghan Trainor is also slated to perform and will be singing her sassy single “NO.”

Kesha has finally secured her a spot on the performers list. This week it was announced she wouldn’t be signing as originally planned because of an issue with her recording label, Kemosabe Records. However, it looks like everything has since been worked out.

Troye Sivan will perform Sunday as “Kia’s One to Watch” and will sing “Youth.”

Nick Jonas and Tove Lo will perform together for what Billboard is calling an “epic” performance. Jonas and Lo will perform “Close” from Jonas’ forthcoming album due out in June.

Demi Lovato will be singing her catchy summer anthem “Cool for the Summer” and is said to also perform something with Jonas.

The Go-Go’s will be celebrating the 35th anniversary of their song “We Got the Beat” and will give the crowd and viewers a peek at their North American Farewell Tour, which kicks off this summer.

P!nk is said to be working on something big for the telecast and will sing her new song “Just Like Fire.”

Lukas Graham has also been announced as a performer this Sunday, but the band is keeping quiet about what they plan to sing.

Adele won’t be performing Sunday, but she will debut the music video for “Send My Love (to Your New Lover).”

The Billboard Music Awards airs Sunday, May 22, at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.

Billboard Music Awards performers Ariana Grande, pictured at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on May 18, 2014, will perform again Sunday at the 2016 awards show. Photo: Getty Images