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Those three artists battle against each other to win the top honor, Artist of the Year, along with two other competitors Ke$ha and Lady GaGa.
B.o.B opened the show, Eminem filled up the second portion, Beyonce accompanied him in a track and Chris Martin assisted the rapper in a brand new track called 'Most Kings'.
Unfortunately, the Slim Shady has to pass on his acceptance speech since he has rushed to the Big Apple for a live performance with Jay-Z.
The Slim Shady and the Roc Nation founder ran Detroit and got it on fire on Thursday night with the help from their A-list guests.
In the Sanaa Hamri-directed music video, sleepy-eyed Bobby Ray tries to remember what happened in his house the day earlier.
The 'Nothin' on You' hitmaker will be performing on the stage of Comerica Park on September 2 and 3 before Eminem and Jay-Z's main set.
The Canadian teen idol and the Atlanta rapper are going to perform, while the Nashville native singer and the 'Twilight' star will be presenting awards.
Anti-drug campaigners accuse Asher Roth and B.o.B of promoting 'illegal and unhealthy behaviors' with the concert.
Justin Bieber leads the pack with four surfboards, followed by Eminem, Taylor Swift and Paramore with three kudos each.
GaGa is excited that she has 'more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history,' while Eminem who follows her with 8 nods says he won't be 'nice' when attending the awards show.
In the Albums chart, Eminem returned to the top with 'Recovery', after Kylie Minogue's 'Aphrodite' pushed the rapper from No. 1 spot last week.
B.o.B adds two more nods along with Lady GaGa, Ke$ha and Katy Perry, but it is him and Drake who lead the overall music nominations list with six nods.
The Bad Boy/Atlantic Records artist tags along the two rappers for a shoulder-to-shoulder dance in this black-and-white music video.
B.o.B and Demi Lovato, who are absent when the first wave of TCAs music nominations was announced, now receive four nods each.
Ruling the chart for a second consecutive week, the lead single of Perry's upcoming album once again bans Usher's 'OMG' from taking the coveted spot.