MTV EMAs: 'Breaking Bad' Star RJ Mitte, Dizzee Rascal Added as Presenters

"Breaking Bad"'s RJ Mitte

Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Bruno Mars, Kings of Leon and Snoop Dogg are all set to perform at the show broadcast from Amsterdam on Nov. 10.

LONDON – Breaking Bad star RJ Mitte and British rapper and grime star Dizzee Rascal have been added to this year's roster of trophy presenters at the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards extravaganza.

MTV said Mitte, best known as Walt Jr. on Breaking Bad, is confirmed to present during the main show, while Rascal will be on hand to present one of the first two awards of the night from live on the red carpet during the 2013 MTV EMA Red Carpet Show, which airs ahead of the main awards broadcast.

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The "Biggest Fans" nod will be unveiled by rapper and producer Rascal, while this year’s winner of best look will also be announced during the red carpet show.

Hosted by international MTV presenters Laura Whitmore and Louise Roe, the 2013 MTV EMA Red Carpet Show will premiere on Nov. 10 and aims to give viewers a front row seat to all the pre-show action before the 2013 MTV EMA main event begins.

The 60-minute Red Carpet Show will feature interviews with artists and celebs, including 2013 MTV EMA performers and presenters who will be walking the red carpet before entering the Ziggo Dome for the event in Amsterdam.

Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Bruno Mars, Kings of Leon, Snoop Dogg, Afrojack, Imagine Dragons, Icona Pop, The Killers and Katy Perry are all set to perform at the show.

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Jared Leto, Bridgit Mendler, Iggy Azalea, Ellie Goulding, Carice van Houten and Colton Haynes are also confirmed to present.

Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis lead the 2013 MTV EMA nominations with five nods each, while Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Robin Thicke are each up for four awards.

The 2013 MTV EMA will air across MTV’s global network of more than 60 channels, reaching nearly 700 million households around the world, as well as through syndication.