2011 MuchMusic Video Awards Heating Up
By Chris Jancelewicz Posted Jun 3rd 2011 05:00PM
It's gearing up to be a hot June in Toronto.
MuchMusic has announced a new group of celebrities set to appear at the 2011 MuchMusic Video Awards. Some of the hottest stars from music, film and TV are making their way to Toronto for the surreal event on June 19.
Added to the previously-announced killer list of performers are Down With Webster, Far East Movement ft. Dev, Fefe Dobson, and Simple Plan. And OMG! Cody Simpson, 'The Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki, LMFAO, and the cast of 'The Vampire Diaries' are among a list of presenters also confirmed to appear live from the MuchMusic HQ.
The party starts at 9PM ET, airing live on MuchMusic and MuchHD in Canada and FUSE in the US, with the MMVAs Red Carpet Special at 8PM ET/PT.
Check out the ridiculous talent list after the jump!
Thus far, the list of presenters confirmed for the 2011 MMVAs are:
'The Vampire Diaries' darling, Nina Dobrev
'The Big Bang Theory' physicist,' Johnny Galecki
'Pretty Little Liars' beauty Shay Mitchell
'Twilight' stunner Nikki Reed
'The Vampire Diaries' bloodsucker, Ian Somerhalder
Pop and R&B artist, Shawn Desman (4 nominations)
East coast rapper, Classified (1 nomination)
Party rock duo, LMFAO
Pop rockers, Marianas Trench (2 nominations)
Recording artist and 'SYTYCDC' judge Blake McGrath (2 nominations)
Australian teen pop sensation Cody Simpson
Power pop band, These Kids Wear Crowns (2 nominations)
This celebrity hot list joins the previously announced performers Avril Lavigne, The Black Keys, Bruno Mars, City and Colour, Lady Gaga, and co-host Selena Gomez. Additional celebrity guest announcements are expected in the upcoming weeks.
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