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MTV revealed Friday that Nicki Minaj, Halsey and Spanish singer Rosalia will join Janet Jackson as performers for this year’s Europe Music Awards.
Jackson was announced Wednesday as the recipient of the Global Icon Award, and is set to perform a medley of her greatest hits during the show.
The network later added Panic! At the Disco, Alessia Cara, DJ/producer Marshmello and Jack & Jack to its performance lineup. Marshmello will be joined by Bastille to perform “Happier” and by Anne-Marie to perform “FRIENDS,” respectively.
Additionally, Little Mix, Bebe Rexha, David Guetta and Jason Derulo are set to perform, with Sofia Reyes set to open this year’s red carpet pre-show with a performance, in addition to presenting an award during the main show.
The ceremony, which features categories based on genre and region, will air live from the Bilbao Exhibition Centre in Spain on Nov. 4. Minaj hosted the 2014 EMAs in Glasgow, Scotland, and is a nominee in two categories this year: best hip-hop and best look. The “Barbie Tingz” singer released her fourth studio album, Queen, this past summer.
Rosalia, a Latin Grammy nominee, is up for best Spanish act. Winners will be voted on by fans.
Camila Cabello leads the nominations with six, and Ariana Grande and Post Malone tied with five nominations each. Other nominees include Drake, Shawn Mendes and Dua Lipa.
MTV also announced its first presenters of the night, actors Michael Pena and Diego Luna, who star in the fourth season of Netflix’s Narcos, which is being billed as the reset Narcos: Mexico.
Additional presenters added later include Lindsay Lohan, Anitta, Debby Ryan, Jourdan Dunn, Terry Crews and Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross.
Hailee Steinfeld, singer and star of the upcoming film Bumblebee, will host and perform at the awards ceremony.
Oct. 25, 9:25 a.m. This story has been updated with additional performers.
Nov. 2, 3:57 p.m. This story has been updated with additional performers and presenters.
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