'VMAs Revealed' Will Unveil What Really Happens At The Video Music Awards
Though the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards pulled off some of the most impressive feats of music history -- hello, 'NSYNC reunion! -- planning the humongous show definitely had its hiccups. Like, for example, when the entire stage stopped working on the day of the show. Eek!
All this will be revealed and more during MTV's "VMAs Revealed," a half-hour special airing Saturday at 12 p.m. ET/PT. The special will break down big VMA surprises from 2011 and 2013 through the eyes of producers, directors and some of the artists who were there.
Want the inside scoop about how Justin Timberlake kept the 'NSYNC reunion on the DL? Want to know how almost every act had to rework work their whole choreography? I suggest you tune in Saturday.
During "Revealed," VMA performers 5 Seconds of Summer will take over MTV to unleash “100 Things About The VMAs” from noon to 8 p.m. ET/PT. In those eight hours, Michael, Calum, Luke and Ashton will pop in and out of regular programming to share never-before-known tidbits about this year’s production, fun facts on this year’s nominees and performers, their desire to arrive on the Red Carpet in Batmobiles and more. Viewers will be able to get in on the action by tweeting Vines to @MTV using the hashtag #100Things.
And of course, all of this precedes the big show on August 24, with performers Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea, Rita Ora, Usher, Maroon 5 and of course, 5 Seconds of Summer.