On Friday, Kim Kardashian West and her husband Kanye West will be sharing the stage at the 2017 New York City Grammys with the premiere of Kim’s first album since 2009.
But that will be the first time that the Kim and Kanye West show has been filmed live.
The pair will host a special show called “Gentleman’s Agreement” on Sunday at 5 p.m.
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But it will be Kim’s third time on the show, and her first since her 2013 debut, which also starred Kanye West.
On her way out the door, Kim also took to Twitter to tell fans about her experiences with the show.
“Theres no such thing as a ghost story,” she tweeted.
“Theres a reason we keep seeing ghost stories.
And I know I know why.”
The New York Post reported that the show is scheduled to air live on ABC at 6 p.t. on Sunday, but ABC has yet to announce the host.
“Gingerbread House,” which premiered in 2016, won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance and won three Grammys.
It was nominated for a Peabody Award for Song of the Year, and the song “Ghost of Christmas Past” won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Pop Performance.
Kim, Kanye and Kim’s other new record, “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,” was released in January.