Here you will read about who is performing at MTV VMAs 2022? On August 28th, in front of a live audience at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards were broadcast.
Among the myriad of artists at the 2022 concert were co-hosted Nicki Minaj and Jack Harlow, Lizzo, Måneskin, J Balvin, Anitta, Bad Bunny, Blackpink, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Flo Milli, and many more. The following is a complete roster of all the performers who will be participating in the ceremony’s pre-show and the main event.
The first Brazilian artist to win a Video Music Award sang “Evolver,” the Best Latin song from her 2022 album Versions of Me.
To perform “Titi Me Pregunto,” from his album Un Verano Sin Ti, El Conejo Malo was beamed in from the Bronx, where he was playing his second sold-out event at Yankee Stadium. After his performance, he was also given the Artist of the Year award.
The K-Pop royalty, including Best K-Pop winner Lisa, made their first appearance at a U.S. awards presentation by performing “Pink Venom,” the lead single from their upcoming album Born Pink. They also won Best Metaverse Performance for their in-game concert in the video game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
The Rodrigo buddy performed two songs from his most recent album, Superache, on the Doritos-sponsored Extended Play Stage.
For the pre-show, Disney alum Dove Cameron delivered a medley of her singles “Boyfriend” and “Breakfast,” channelling Madonna and sporting a set of shoulder pads worthy of the gridiron; she was later given the Best New Artist award by former winner Avril Lavigne.
Snoop Dogg and Eminem
While in the metaverse, Slim Shady and the Doggfather plugged their Bored Apes and smoked a doobie the size of a telephone pole.
The sharp-tongued Alabama rapper performed two tunes from her new album You Still Here, Ho.
D. Balvin and R. Castro
Against the backdrop of a towering pair of augmented reality butt cheeks, Colombian sensation J Balvin and his fellow countryman Ryan Castro performed an ode to perreo.
Jack and Fergie
When accepting his award for Song of Summer, co-host Harlow confessed that Fergie’s “Glamorous”—which he sampled for his winning single “First Class”—had a huge influence on him as an artist. Ex-Black Eyed Pea Fergie joined him onstage for a medley performance of the two songs.
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