Ariana Grande is taking her soulful vocals to the basketball court.
E! News has learned that the 21-year-old singing sensation is going to perform during halftime at the NBA All-Star 2015 "Entertainment Series presented by JBL" game on Sunday, Feb. 15 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
The game will air live at 8 p.m. on TNT.
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Details regarding Ariana's performance have not been revealed, but it was mentioned that it'll be a compilations of her biggest hits.
Although Grande has been making a wave in the music industry, she'll soon be returning to the small screen.
The former Nickelodeon alum is getting back to her acting roots by guest-starring in a recurring role in the new comedy-horror anthology series from Ryan Murphy, "Scream Queens."
Joe Manganiello, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, KeKe Palmer and Grande will join previously announced "Scream Queens" cast members Jamie Lee Curtis and "American Horror Story's" Emma Roberts, who will take on starring roles in the limited series.
"We trust [Murphy] implicitly and he has proven over the years that he has great instincts for building characters that people care about and fall in love with," Fox boss Gary Newman told E! News.
"He brings an outrageousness to what he does that is his unique signature and 'Scream Queens,' he's literally the perfect person to do this. It's going to be an amazing, suspenseful, fun run."
"Scream Queens" will premiere in fall 2015.
--Reporting by James Chairman