Robin Thicke and Snoop Dogg Added to the Line-Up of 2013 MTV EMA Performers

Robin Thicke and Snoop Dogg Added to the Line-Up of 2013 MTV EMA Performers

Thicke, who reunites with his twerking buddy Miley Cyrus, will perform his 'Give It to U' while Snoop will play 'Gin and Juice' to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his debut album.
More performers for upcoming 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards have been announced. Robin Thicke is set to take the stage at the annual event, which will be held at Amsterdam's Ziggo Dome on November 10.

Thicke will join previously-announced performers, which include Katy Perry and The Killers. Thicke, who is slated to perform "Give It 2 U", will also reunite with Miley Cyrus. The two artists made history with their controversial performance at 2013 MTV Video Music Awards in late August.

"I am grateful and excited to be nominated and performing at this year's EMAs. I know it will be an amazing night!" said Thicke, who is nominated for four EMAs this year, including Best Song and Best Video for "Blurred Lines", Best World Stage and Best U.S. Act.

Thicke is hardly the only newly-announced performer for the award show. MTV has also enlisted Snoop Dogg, Afrojack and Imagine Dragons for the highly-anticipated event.

Snoop will join Afrojack onstage and will also perform his "Gin and Juice" alongside 7 Days of Funk to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his debut album, "Doggystyle". Afrojack has expressed his excitement and told fans which song he's going to play at the EMAs. "It's really cool to be nominated for two EMAs and perform at the EMAs!" he said.

"The EMAs are one of my favorite award shows and the fact they're happening in Amsterdam makes it even more special," he added. "Whatever happens, I feel fortunate to be nominated and I can't even explain how dope it is to have my new track, 'The Spark', as the official theme song to the EMAs!"

Imagine Dragons added, "We feel really lucky to be able to attend the EMAs in one of our all-time favorite cities in the world. To be nominated and performing on top of that is a serious honor."

Set to air in the U.S. on November 10 via MTV, the EMAs will be hosted by LMFAO's Redfoo while singer Ariana Grande will serve as a backstage host. Iggy Azalea, Ellie Goulding and Will Ferrell's Ron Burgundy are going to make appearances as guest presenters.

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