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Tom Cruise, who recently lip-synced The Weeknd's 'Can't Feel My Face' on 'Tonight Show', reveals that the singer will perform the hit at the awards show set to air on August 30.
The album, set to be released on August 28, will feature 14 songs including 'Dark Times' featuring Sheeran, 'Prisoners' with Del Rey and the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' song 'Earned It'.
The singer's 'Can't Feel My Face' off his upcoming 'Beauty Behind the Madness' album becomes his biggest single to date.
The Weeknd heats up the stage as he literally goes up in flames in his latest music video supporting his hit single.
The yet-to-be-titled song is presumably a preview of the Canadian singer's new album, 'Beauty Behind the Madness', which is scheduled for release next month.
The rising British trio also performs 'Shine' off their newly-released debut album 'Communion' during their visit to BBC Radio 1's 'Live Lounge'.
Justin Bieber will also take the stage as a special guest performer at the two-day festival set to take place at New York's Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on August 22-23.
'Often', 'The Hills' and 'Can't Feel My Face' have been confirmed to appear on the Canadian singer's new LP, his first since 2013's 'Kiss Land'.
The British singer casually shares the information while discussing a 'really f**king good' song he wrote with the Canadian recluse.
The two acts join previously-announced performers like Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill.
Busta Rhymes, Action Bronson, Notorious B.I.G. are other names set to be featured on the album, scheduled to arrive on the same day the movie opens in U.S. theaters on July 24.
Also set to perform at the two-day festival scheduled to return to Philly on September 5-6 are J. Cole, Meek Mill, Big Sean, Future, Nick Jonas and more.
The Canadian singer released the official version of the song, which leaked last month, after he performed it live during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday.
The song, which the Canadian singer first debuted live at last month's Coachella, will be featured on his new album.
The Michael Jackson-esque track co-produced by hitmakers Max Martin and Savan Kotecha reportedly serves as the lead single off Abel's upcoming sophomore album.