What time is the MTV Video Music Awards? TV channel, where to watch it online and schedule – Marca

One of the biggest events in the music industry calendar is coming up fast, as fans and artists alike get ready for the MTV Video Music Awards.

Also known as the MTV VMAs, there is going to be a star-studded lineup of presenters, performers and more getting involved to make it a memorable night for music.

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One of the headlines is that Nicki Minaj is taking up the role of emcee in addition to performing at the show.

In terms of the nominees’ race this year at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards, Taylor Swift is the leading lady as she has got 11, whilst SZA is not far behind with eight. With six each, there is BLACKPINK, Olivia Rodrigo, Doja Cat, Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj.

Beyonce has landed a coveted artist of the year nomination at the 2023 VMAs. Plus, Shakira will receive the Video Vanguard Award during the ceremony, while Diddy will be honored with the Global Icon Award.

When are the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards?

There is just one more day of waiting for those who want to see the 2023 MTV VMAs, as they get underway on Tuesday, September 12.

The main show will start at 20:00 ET, while there will also be a pre-show, which will kick off at 18:30 ET.

Where are the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards?

This year’s MTV VMAs will be taking place at the Prudential Center, which is in Newark, New Jersey.

How to watch the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards?

The primary way to watch the MTV VMAs is on MTV via cable television. The ceremony will also be simulcast on CMT, Comedy Central, Logo, BET, BET Her, MTV2, VH1, Nickelodeon and Paramount Network.

There is a way to watch on Paramount+ for free as they offer a free trial for the first week.

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