Thongs and lip gloss are bound to be in full effect at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards as Sisqo and Christina Aguilera have been added to the list of VMA performers.
The awards show has also padded its roster of presenters, adding Jennifer Lopez, Robert DeNiro, Fred Durst, Jakob Dylan, Macy Gray, Kate Hudson, Kid Rock, Lenny Kravitz, L.L. Cool J, Moby, Pink, Ben Stiller, U2's Bono and Larry Mullen, and comedic power duo Tenacious D to the show.
The aforementioned talent will join previously announced presenters 98 Degrees, Destiny's Child, Dr. Dre, Eve, "Survivor" winner Richard Hatch, Lil' Kim, Ricky Martin, Nelly, Chris Rock, Snoop Dogg, Sting, The Rock, and Metallica's Lars Ulrich when the 2000 VMAs are broadcast live from New York's Radio City Music Hall on September 7.
Sisqo and Aguilera join a list of performers that already includes 'NSYNC, Eminem, Blink-182, DMX, Janet Jackson, Rage Against The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Britney Spears.
Both Sisqo and Aguilera are heading into VMA night with five nominations apiece and are both in the running for the Viewer's Choice award. Sisqo is also nominated for Best Hip-Hop Video, Best Dance Video, Best New Artist In A Video, and Best Video From A Film, while Aguilera is up for Best Female Video, Best Pop Video, Best New Artist, and Best Choreography.
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