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August 23rd, 2013
The 2013 MTV VMAs are going down this Sunday and will feature performances from Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Bruno Mars, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Drake and Justin Timberlake. Sunday’s line up reads like a who’s who of the top of the charts and we are expecting big things from one of the most outrageous awards shows in history.
Here are our predictions for Sunday’s performers. Watch the the 2013 MTV VMAs live from the Barclays Centre on Sunday, August 25 9E/6P on MUCH.
Take Back The Night, Justin Timberlake
After the insane online hype over this past week I worry that Brooklyn will see an all-out riot if the N*SYNC rumours are found to be untrue. It’ll be worse than cornrows on JT.
Applause, Lady Gaga
Mother Monster is opening this year’s show after her hiatus from the music industry. There is really only one way to top her history of blood, cross dressing and hatching from an egg – perform in an outfit Taylor Swift would wear.
Roar, Katy Perry
Perry’s pop anthem is set to close the show on Sunday night and judging by the response to the singer’s first new song is years, the only shocking thing Perry could do on Sunday night is not show up. Anything else will get an automatic pass from her deliriously happy fans.
Black Skinhead, Kanye West
Kanye West at the VMAs. Let’s not even go there.
Treasure, Bruno Mars
If you’ve seen Mars perform in person then you know that all the singer has to do is be himself. The man is the second coming of Elvis, minus the cape. Oooo! He could wear a cape!
Can’t Hold Us, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
The hip hop duo stole the show at the MTV Movie Awards and this time they’re going to have to do something big to stand out among the biggest names in music.
We Can’t Stop, Miley Cyrus
If I don’t feel weird at least four times in the first 30 seconds of her performance then Miley just isn’t putting her heart into it.
Blurred Lines, Robin Thicke
Four words – Not Safe For Work.
Started From The Bottom, Drake
The Toronto MC is known for keeping his performances organic and simple, but we’d like to see some production from the OVO rapper. A few fireworks never hurt anyone. Okay, fireworks have hurt a lot of people, but you know what we mean.Tweet