Taylor Swift, No Doubt, and Muse will perform at the 2012 MTV EMA in Frankfurt, Germany!
OK you guys, we know it’s only Tuesday, but we are positively dancing on our desks as we type. You know how the 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards are coming up on Nov. 11 in Frankfurt, Germany? And how German supermodel, reality star, and entrepreneur Heidi Klum will host the show? (Yeah, still dying from excitement over here.) Well, we JUST found out that that country-pop superstar Taylor Swift, ska-pop trailblazers No Doubt, and bombastic arena-rockers Muse are scheduled to perform at the 2012 MTV EMA! Can you imagine anything better?? We just tried to, and we totally failed.
Read up on the 2012 MTV EMA performers after the jump.
We have all kinds of reasons to be amped about Taylor Swift’s show — coming off of her brilliant 2012 MTV VMAs performance plus two recently released singles (“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and “Begin Again”), Taylor will have only just released her brand-new album, Red (out Oct. 22), and so far has collected FIVE EMA nods. No Doubt, on the other hand, are probably popping about 15 champagne bottles a day in celebration of their newly released album, Push and Shove, the band’s first original work in more than a decade. Even Muse is in celebration mode, having just released their brand-new album, The 2nd Law. And though this is only the first wave of announced EMA performances, we feel pretty safe in saying that we’re DEFINITELY going to be watching/DVR-ing.
And in case you need a brief memory refresher as far as the 2012 EMA nominees go, Rihanna topped the nom list with six nods, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry each grabbed four EMA nominations apiece, M.I.A., Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Rihanna, and Psy are all nominated for Best Video. You can even cast your vote in select EMA categories, including Best New, Best Live, and Biggest Fan by visiting mtvema.com or m.mtvema.com on your phone. Because we want to know what you’re thinking!
The 19th annual MTV EMA will broadcast live on Sunday, Nov. 11, at 9 p.m. CET from Frankfurt’s historic Festhalle on MTV channels around the world. If you’re in America, and you probably are, watch the show that night at 11 p.m. on MTV2.
Photo credit: MTV