Taylor’s Grammy Awards Opening Number Will Be “Very Exciting”

The Grammy Awards people will have two big stages set up for the show taking place Sunday (Feb. 10) at the Staples Center in L.A.

And Taylor Swift will use both for the opening number, executive producer Ken Ehrlich tells ABC News Radio.

"What's really great about Taylor is that as she's grown over the past several years, she's become much more interested and much more aware of wanting to do bigger and bigger productions," Ehrlich said.

"So, she's got both stages of our double stage going, and she's got a stage full of people. It's probably the biggest production element in the show and it's gonna be very exciting, and it's great to see her continue to grow to this level."

As for Taylor, well, she's stoked—and sleepy.

"Long day of rehearsals & fittings for Grammys (stoked)," Taylor tweeted Wednesday night (Feb. 6). "Now I'm in bed at 8pm (again) and (still) blaming it on jet lag from the Europe trip."

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