VMAs Red Carpet Live Stream 2017- Watch MTV Video Music Awards Pre-Show Online

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VMAs Red Carpet Live Stream 2017

By Shari Weiss |

VMAs Red Carpet Live Stream 2017


The 2017 VMAs kick off on Sunday with a red carpet pre-show. Watch the live stream below!

The official “MTV VMA Pre-Show” is taking place outside The Forum in Los Angeles. In addition to a massive red carpet, a stage has been erected for outdoor performances. The fun will begin at 6 p.m. Eastern with an online-only feed, before MTV goes live at 7 p.m. Eastern. Terrence J, Charlamagne Tha God and Gaby Wilson will co-host the festivities, joined by Lil Yachty.

In addition to helping emcee the pre-show, Lil Yachty is also one of the night’s nominees. “Broccoli,” his song with D.R.A.M., is up for Best Collaboration as well as Best Hip-Hop Video. And the music video for “iSpy,” a collaboration with Kyle, is nominated in the category of Best Visual Effects. Both D.R.A.M. and Kyle will be in attendance for the main show, and Kyle is expected to perform during the ceremony.

As for the pre-show performances, MTV lined up Bleachers, Cardi B and Khalid. Bleachers, which basically consists of Jack Antonoff, will treat the crowd and viewers at home to “Don’t Take The Money.” The song was released in February as the lead single off Gone Now, Bleachers’ second album. Lorde provided uncredited vocals for the track, and while she’ll be performing during the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony, it’s unknown if she’ll make a surprise appearance during the pre-show. Antonoff also signed on to present during the awards telecast, which will feature the world premiere of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” video, a song he co-wrote.

Cardi B is set to perform what the network is calling a “rebellious rendition” of “Bodak Yellow.” The song is the rapper and reality star’s first official single, and was inspired by Kodak Black, who will be attending the VMAs ceremony. And Khalid will add to the pre-show with a medley of “Location” and “Young Dumb & Broke.” In addition, he’ll join Logic and Alessia Cara for a joint performance of “1-800-273-8255” during the actual Video Music Awards ceremony.

It’s all slated to start at 6 p.m. Eastern, and Gossip Cop will have coverage all night. NOTE: The live stream is no longer available.


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