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Nicki Minaj to Host the 20th Anniversary MTV EMA

Nicki Minaj to Host the 20th Anniversary MTV EMA In Glasgow

Anaconda Star to Perform in the “2014 MTV EMA”

THE “2014 MTV EMA” PREMIERES ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 FROM 8AM NZT
ON MTV, SKY CHANNEL 014

VOTING IS NOW OPEN AT MTVEMA.COM

MTV New Zealand has today unveiled hip hop superstar Nicki Minaj as the host of the “2014 MTV EMA”. Just two weeks before she releases her highly anticipated third studio album, The PinkPrint. Minaj will be hosting the world’s annual music awards show that celebrates the year’s hottest artists from around the globe. Announced to fans via Twitter, the Anaconda singer confirmed she is “so excited”, saying “I will not only perform, but I have the honourable task of HOSTING this year's #MTVEMA!!!!!!! AAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!” The “2014 MTV EMA” will broadcast live from the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on Monday, 10 November at 8:00AM NZT on MTV, SKY Channel 014.

Nicki Minaj will also perform at the “2014 MTV EMA”, bringing her signature style and a no holds barred performance to the 20th anniversary MTV EMA.

Minaj has been nominated in four “2014 MTV EMA” categories, including Best Female, Best Hip Hop, Biggest Fans and Best Look.

• Voting in all categories for the “2014 MTV EMA” is now open at mtvema.com and will close on 8 November 2014 at 11:59am NZT

• For artwork, press assets and further information please visit press.mtvema.com.

The “2014 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. In addition, its convergent programming and content will reach the entire interactive community, via MTV’s more than 200 digital media properties around the world. The “2014 MTV EMA” will broadcast on Monday, 10 November at 8:00am NZT on MTV SKY Channel 014.

The “2014 MTV EMA” – MTV’s global celebration of the hottest stars in music – recognizes artists from around the world and across genres, and brings together music fans everywhere for a one-of-a-kind experience in the weeks leading up to and at the show. The “2014 MTV EMA” marks the first time that the show will be held in Glasgow, Scotland and has received support from Glasgow City Marketing Bureau and EventScotland. Follow @MTVEMA and check #MTVEMA on Twitter and find us on Instagram or Facebook. For “2014 MTV EMA” news, updates and press materials please visitpress.mtvema.com or follow us @MTV_NZPR.


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