Whether she wins an award herself or not, country up-and-comer Cam will be onstage at the 2016 Grammy Awards. The rising star is among the awards show's list of presenters.

"It's official, @thegrammys gave me a pin and now we're going steady," Cam writes on Instagram, in a funny announcement of the news. "They even asked me to present an award!!! It might be love."

"Burning House," Cam's debut single, is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance at the 2016 Grammy Awards. The song was certified platinum in December. Cam recently announced her second single, "Mayday;" both songs are from the artist's debut full-length album, Untamed, which dropped in mid-December.

Cam won't be the only country artist taking the stage during the 2016 Grammy Awards: Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Joe Walsh and Timothy Schmit will team with Jackson Browne to perform a tribute to their recently deceased Eagles bandmate Glenn Frey; Chris Stapleton, Bonnie Raitt and Gary Clark Jr. will honor the late B.B. King; and Luke Bryan, John Legend, Demi Lovato and Meghan Trainor will pay tribute to Lionel Richie, the 2016 MusiCares Person of the Year. Additionally, Taylor Swift will be opening the televised portion of the awards, and the Mavericks, Carrie Underwood, Sam Hunt and Little Big Town are all set to perform.

The 2016 Grammy Awards will air live on CBS on Feb. 15 beginning at 8PM ET. The televised ceremony will be preceded by the 2016 Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony, which is scheduled to run from 3:30PM ET until 6:30PM ET, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Calif. The latter event will be streamed live via the Grammy Awards’ official website and CBS.com.