The Video Music Awards as a rule are known for eyebrow-raising antics (see: Kanye vs. Taylor, Gaga's meat dress, etc.) and Sunday's show will surely be no exception.
Where is it: The Forum in Inglewood, California. There will also be some performances in advance of the show, which begins at 8 p.m. ET. The five-time VMA victor and 29-time nominee (including her five nominations this year) will also be bringing her performance skills to the Video Music Awards stage as she'll also be taking to the stage to sing.
The 2017 MTV #Video Music Awards show is expected to recognize musical artists for their craft, their contribution and their success this year. The week has seen rumors that Swift, involved in an ongoing feud with Perry, would be making an appearance but the reports of an on-stage duet have been debunked.
Courtesy of MTVThe MTV VMAs take place this Sunday, and a ton of exciting acts, including Kendrick Lamar, Khalid, Gucci Mane, Cardi B, Logic, Post Malone and rising star KYLE, are all confirmed to perform during the star-studded night. Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, Shawn Mendes and Fifth Harmony are also slated to perform, which should make for an interesting moment, considering all four are contending for the Best Pop award.More news: Trump Issues New Sanctions Against Venezuelan Dictator Starving His People
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After debuting her new single "Look What You Made Me Do" late Thursday, the singer previewed the music video on Good Morning America Friday.
The full list of 2017 MTV VMAs nominations can be found here.
Furthermore, nominated artists for the "Video of the Year" category include Bruno Mars for "24K Magic", Alessia Cara for "Scars To Your Beautiful", DJ Khaled featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller for "Wild Thoughts", and The Weeknd for "Reminder".