MTV VMAs 2019

MTV VMAs 2019 : MTV’s Video Music Awards are Monday night. The show will feature performances from some of music’s biggest stars, including Queen Latifah, Lizzo and Lil Nas X.

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Missy Elliott, who is also performing, will receive the show’s highest honor, the Video Vanguard Award. The VMAs will also mark comedian Sebastian Maniscalco’s debut as an awards show host.

According to Billboard, Maniscalco’s four-show run at New York’s Madison Square Garden earlier this year was the highest-grossing comedy event ever in North America. On “CBS This Morning,” he acknowledged hosting the VMAs will be unfamiliar territory.

The MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) are back with a whole slew of nominees hoping to win the Moon Person.

On Monday, fans can tune in to MTV to catch the annual award show and see which of their favorite artists win big and which miss the mark. This year, Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift had the most nominations, each racking up 10, followed by Billie Eilish with nine and Lil Nas X with eight.

There are more than 20 categories for the award show, ranging focus from the artist to those who work behind the scene.

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Anyone who is subscribed to fubo TV or Sling TV will be able to stream the show, but both services also offer specific free trial periods for new subscribers, so that may be one option for anyone who does not have a cable package but still wants to see the show.

The MTV VMAs 2019 are just hours away, and there ways to stream the live event even for cord-cutting viewers who don’t use cable TV.

ET Live will be providing coverage of the show before and after, so while that does not let fans seen the show itself, it does offer a look into the fanfare surrounding the awards. Also, for anyone who does have cable, and the MTV app allow those individuals to sign in with their cable provider info and stream content, such as the 2019 VMAs.

The 2019 VMAs are being hosted by comedian Sebastian Maniscalco, who is most notable from his many stand-up specials, as well as supporting roles in movies such as Green Book and Tag.