Nine Inch Nails, Lauryn Hill, DMX, Kid Rock, Jay-Z Lined Up For VMAs
Nine Inch Nails, Lauryn Hill, DMX, Kid Rock, and
Jay-Z are the
latest artists confirmed to perform at this year's
MTV Video Music
Awards, set for September 9.
Those acts join a roster of VMA performers that
Ricky Martin, Backstreet Boys, and TLC. For Nine
Inch Nails, the
show will mark the band's first televised awards
and will give Trent Reznor and company the chance
to highlight new
material from their upcoming album "The Fragile"
(which is due to
arrive in the fall).
The 1999 VMAs also added Puff Daddy, Janet
Jackson, Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath, Freddie
Prinze Jr., Denise Richards, Charlotte Church,
and the cast of "The Blair Witch Project"
(Heather Donahue, Michael Williams, and Joshua
Leonard) to its list of presenters.
As we first reported in June, comedian Chris
Rock will once again host the Video Music Awards,
which will be
broadcast live from New York's Metropolitan Opera
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