Miley breaks the silence..
.. and speaks her mind on her twerking VMA performance in this EXCLUSIVE interview!
MTV is set to make history by bringing the 2013 “Video Music Awards” to Brooklyn, New York for the first time ever. Airing LIVE from Barclays Center on Sunday, August 25, this year’s “Video Music Awards” will mark the 30th anniversary of the show and become the first major annual award show to take place in the borough of Brooklyn. MTV has teamed up with the world-renowned, Brooklyn-based artist KAWS to reimagine the MTV Moonman for the 2013 MTV “Video Music Awards”. An artist whose work has been presented at prestigious museums and galleries from Los Angeles to Paris, Tokyo and Hong Kong, KAWS’ art will be present throughout the award show, influencing the design for both the set and the logo. Additionally, artists who win a 2013 “Video Music Award” will take home a special-edition KAWS Moonman, which was created exclusively for this year’s show. Lady Gaga will perform the new single from her highly anticipated upcoming fourth studio album, ARTPOP, for the first time ever LIVE on the 2013 “MTV Video Music Awards” stage from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Kanye West set to make history with seventh VMA performance. Katy Perry today will perform her newly released single “Roar,” live for the very first time. For the first time, this year’s VMAs will feature the socially-driven “Best Song of the Summer Award” powered by Windows Phone. The inaugural nominees are Miley Cyrus’ millennial anthem “We Can’t Stop,” Daft Punk’s insanely danceable “Get Lucky” featuring Pharrell, Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding’s thumping “I Need Your Love,” Selena Gomez’s inviting “Come & Get It,” One Direction’s rocking “Best Song Ever,” and Robin Thicke’s sexy “Blurred Lines” featuring T.I. and Pharrell. Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke will mark their first VMA performances. Justin Timberlake is set to solidify his musical legacy on MTV and pop culture history with an unforgettable performance as he takes the stage on the 2013 “MTV Video Music Awards” and joins the exclusive list of legendary artists to receive the “Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.” Bruno Mars performs his upcoming single from Unorthodox Jukebox for the first time live on television. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis make their VMA debut this year where they will perform their anthem for marriage equality, “Same Love” from their GOLD certified debut album 'The Heist.'
MTV Video Music Awards are broadcasting live on the 26th of august from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. This will be VMAs 30th anniversary, and performing for us this marvelous evening are hot shots like Miley Cyrus, Austin Mahone, Lady Gaga, Maclemore and Ryan Lewis, Bruno Mars, Kary Perry, Justin Timberlake, Robin Thicke & Kanye West. We're so excited! No Sleep Till Brooklyn!