Lady Gaga will perform an “experiential tribute” to the late David Bowie at the Grammy Awards, the Recording Academy announced Tuesday.

“Affording audiences a chance to experience Bowie's music once again, the tribute will be a multisensory testament to the icon's incredible artistry and a reflection of his limitless creativity,” the group said in a press release.

Three-time Grammy winner Nile Rodgers will direct the tribute.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter conducted shortly before Bowie's death on Jan. 10, Lady Gaga said that Bowie used his glamour “to express a message to people that was very healing for their souls.”

“He is a true, true artist and I don't know if I ever went, 'Oh, I'm going to be that way like this,' or if I arrived upon it slowly, realizing it was my calling and that's what drew me to him,” she said.

Ken Ehrlich, the show's producer, said that Lady Gaga had already been booked for the Grammys before Bowie's death. His passing led to a change in direction.

“We immediately spoke and agreed that she should be the one to honor David. She's perfect for it. So I reached out to Nile and, before long, we were on our way to creating what we believe will not only make a great Grammy moment, but one befitting of David,” he said.

Ehrlich added that the tribute will cover “at least three or four” songs.

The Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on February 15 on CBS.