The 2010 VMAs may be going live in Los Angeles this year, but MTV viewers will get a glimpse of Seaside Heights when the cast of [url id="http://www.mtv.com/shows/jersey_shore/season_2/series.jhtml"]"Jersey Shore"[/url] appears to present on Sunday. But it's not all "GTL" at the MTV Video Music Awards: The show just got a bit more "Glee"-ful, as castmembers of the hit Fox show, including Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer and Amber Riley will also be on hand to present on Sunday.
And those aren't the only big names just added to the presenters list. TV talk-show maven and former "American Idol" host Ellen DeGeneres (who will tape an episode of her show at the VMAs), "Burlesque" star Cher, VMA-nominated Katy Perry, "Star Trek" star Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson, the cast of "Jackass" including Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera and Steve-O are all presenting, along with reality-show starlet Kim Kardashian and Romeo of the Latin music sensation Aventura.
Before the VMAs kick off at 9 p.m. ET, "Hills" star and newly named "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Audrina Patridge will be the official MTV International red-carpet guest correspondent. Nicki Minaj will take the stage during the pre-show portion of the ceremony, while model Coco Rocha will host MTV.com's "Red Carpet Report."
As if all of that wasn't news enough, an already star-studded performance lineup has just gotten more so: Bruno Mars will perform, while Mary J Blige and Swizz Beatz will hit the stage with Drake. This latest round of celebrities joins previously announced performers including Eminem, Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Drake, Linkin Park and Usher.
Those VMA acts should more than meet the show's musical expectations, especially since host Chelsea Handler has said she won't be doing any singing or dancing on the Nokia Theatre stage.
"I'm not a dancer and I'm not a singer, and I don't have the kind of ass that should be mooned. I mean it's sweet, it's a sweet ass, but it's little and it's white," she joked. "I'm there to be funny, kind of, so hopefully I'll just kind of be doing that."
The 27th annual MTV Video Music Awards will be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday. The party starts with MTV News' VMA Pre-Show at 8 p.m., followed by the main event at 9 p.m. ET.