[artist id="1678002"]Pitbull[/artist] gets pretty demanding on his [article id="1667197"]hit "Give Me Everything,"[/article], but for his 2011 VMA [article id="1667197"]performance, Mr. 305[/article] looks to turn the tables and offer fans a taste of Miami.
"I did get the most beautiful women from Miami to come over and create Pandora's box," Pit told MTV News. "So if you're bringing your wife, your girlfriend, boyfriend to the show, you might lose 'em."
MTV News was present at Mr. Worldwide's VMA rehearsal on Thursday at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, and the rapper comes through as promised. Pit and collaborators Ne-Yo and Nayer ran through their number, flanked by approximately 60 curvaceous female dancers.
"We have some backup dancers: one or two or 60," [article id="1669793"]Ne-Yo teased[/article]. "And two of the best-dressed men in the business. What more can you ask for?"
[article id="1669394"]Lindsay Lohan's lawsuit[/article] hasn't dampened Pit's party plans. The troubled actresses filed suit against the Cuban pop sensation, claiming that his lyrics on "Give Me Everything" were defamatory. But during the run-through, Mr. 305 didn't bite his tongue as he freely rapped the line in question without censoring himself. "I got it locked like Lindsay Lohan," Pit spit.
On Thursday, Pit addressed the suit in a video on his Planet Pit website, inviting La [article id="1669784"]Lohan to join him at the VMAs[/article]. "We'll be performing ['Give Me Everything"] at the VMAs and, as a matter of fact, I'd like to send out an invitation to Lindsay Lohan," Pitbull said. "Hopefully she can come with me to the VMAs, and we can figure this out." According to TMZ, however, the actress has declined.
Still, Pit's offer stands. "I said it, I meant it, and if she takes it, great. If she doesn't, cool. But she will have her tickets at will call," he told MTV News.
In the meantime, the show goes on, and if the bilingual hit-maker's practice run is any indication, Pit plans to leave everything he's got on the stage, proving that it's better to give than receive. Que rico!
The 28th annual MTV Video Music Awards will air live Sunday, August 28, from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles at 9 p.m. ET/PT, following the Selena Gomez-hosted pre-show at 8. See the list of nominees, revisit last year's highlights and vote for Best New Artist by visiting VMA.MTV.com.