MTV VMAs : How to watch the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards without cable tonight. This year’s MTV VMAs are being hosted live tomorrow evening (8 p.m. ET) from New Jersey’s Prudential Center, the first time in its brand-new location.
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For those with cable service, the VMAs will be broadcast across a range of Viacom networks: That includes MTV, MTV2, VH1, BET, CMT, Comedy Central, Logo TV, Paramount Network, and TV Land.
The VMA’s are happening tonight. Learn which live-TV streaming services offer MTV and who is hosting and performing.
MTV’s Video Music Awards are Monday, but speculation about what to expect from the annual (and always unpredictable) celebration go way beyond which artists will take home the coveted Moon Man statues. From races to watch to the anniversary of a very important moment in pop culture, we’ve rounded up what you need to know before tuning in.
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Missy Elliott, who dropped a surprise album on Friday, will also receive this year’s Video Vanguard Award. The award recognizes her work in both music and film.
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And that’s before the live performances, with Swift, Jonas Brothers, Lizzo, Normani, Lil Nas X and Rosalia among those taking to the stage on the night – not to mention a world-first performance of Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s Senorita. It’s set to be a huge night – but can you tune in to all the red-carpet action and the ceremony in the UK?
Here’s what you need to know… Can you watch the MTV VMAs 2019 online or on TV in the UK? It’ll be the small hours in the UK by the time the MTV VMAs kick off, with the ceremony due to begin at 1am UK time (8pm in New Jersey) While they won’t be aired live over here, that doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on your VMA fix, as the awards will be shown on MTV UK on Tuesday night from 9pm.