Presenters Announced for 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

Tina Turner and Bryan Adams in 1985
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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has confirmed part of its list of presenters for their Class of 2021 - featuring music legends and famous fans alike.

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Foo Fighters will be inducted by Paul McCartney, while actress Drew Barrymore will induct The Go-Go's, Taylor Swift will induct Carole King, Dr. Dre will welcome LL Cool J into the Hall, and Angela Bassett will present on behalf of Tina Turner. (Bassett, of course, portrayed Turner in 1993's What's Love Got to Do with It.)

Additional performers announced today include Lionel Richie, Jennifer Hudson, Bryan Adams, Christina Aguilera, R&B performer H.E.R. and country singer Mickey Guyton. More presenters and performers are expected to be announced ahead of the ceremony, which will take place Oct. 30 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, OH and broadcast on Sirius XM, HBO and HBO Max on Nov. 20.

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