Returning to the VMA’s stage for the first time in 10 years, multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning pop icon Britney Spears has announced that she’ll thrill fans with a world-premiere performance of 'Make Me…' ft. G-Eazy from her new, ninth studio album, Glory.
The appearance is the first time fans will see a live performance from Spears' new album, set for release by RCA Records. 'Make Me…' collaborator and multi-platinum selling rapper, G-Eazy, will join Spears on stage for the first time for an unforgettable performance. The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards will air LIVE from New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden for the first time ever on Monday, 29th August from 12pm, only on MTV (NZ time).
In keeping with the spirit of this year's show, celebrating the creative expression of artists, Spears made her announcement across social media with a video created by L.A.-based experimental director Radical Friend. To view the video – in which Spears is heard reflecting on the VMAs as a python winds through a sultry neon-lit room with remnants of her past VMA performances.
With 28 nominations and 5 wins, Britney Spears has been a mainstay at the VMAs with some of the most memorable and talked about moments in their history. Some of those moments include her 1999 medley performance of 'Baby One More Time', 'Tearing Up My Heart' with *NSYNC, her 2000 fiery performance of 'Oops I Did It Again', her white python-clad performance of 'Slave 4 You', steamy lip lock with Madonna, her 2011 Video Vanguard Award and so much more.
Spears and G-Eazy join previously announced performer and 2016 “Video Vanguard” recipient Rihanna for this year’s show. Additional performers and presenters will be announced at a later date.
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