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How long is the VMAs 2022 show tonight? when does it end

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The MTV VMAs are tonight. If you are planning to watch the Video Music Awards, how long are they? When do the VMAs end tonight? Here are all the details you need to know.

 

According to MTV’s schedule on TV Guide, the VMAs will last just over three hours, depending on when you tune in.

 

The VMAs begin with a pre-show at 6:30 p.m. Eastern/5:30 a.m. Central.

 

After the pre-show is over, the actual VMAs are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central. According to the TV Guide listing, the awards ceremony is expected to last three hours, concluding at 11:00 p.m. Eastern/10:00 p.m. Central.

 

However, it’s worth noting that MTV also plans to have the VMAs air a three-hour encore presentation beginning at 11:00 p.m. Eastern/10:00 p.m. Central. It also means that if the ceremony runs a little longer, it easily fits into MTV’s schedule. Although the ceremony is expected to last three hours, there’s always a chance it could last a little longer.

 

MTV’s schedule also states that the event will last three hours. The official synopsis reads: “The 2022 MTV Video Music Awards will feature music’s biggest names with incredible live performances from Anitta, BLACKPINK, J Balvin, Jack Harlow, Kane Brown, Lizzo, Måneskin, Nicki Minaj, Panic! At the disco, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more.”

 

MTV has announced the full cast list for the 2022 VMAs, Pitchfork reported. They include:

 

MTV announced that Eminem and Snoop Dogg are making their first appearance together tonight. They will perform their duet “From the D 2 the LBC”.

 

MTV shared: “Currently, both Snoop and Eminem are nominated for Best Hip-Hop for the song, which marks their first collaboration in over 20 years and the second single from Em’s second greatest hits album curtain up 2. They had previously teamed up on the 2001 single “Bitch Please II,” an iconic track from The Marshall Mathers LP. Eminem is currently the second most nominated artist in VMAs history with 60 nominations, behind only Madonna, who has received 69.”

 

The VMAs are held at New Jersey’s Prudential Center in Newark. MTV said the show will also have a “brief pit stop” in the Bronx.

 

MTV noted, “On August 28th, Bad Bunny’s live performance at Yankee Stadium, part of his World’s Hottest Tour, will be broadcast live during the show, with never-before-seen choreography tailored specifically for the VMAs. The performance marks the Puerto Rican rapper’s second VMA appearance. He made his debut at the 2019 ceremony with a live performance of “Que Pretendes” alongside J Balvin, who is also appearing at this year’s show. He also took home his first moon person for Song of the Summer in 2018.”

 

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