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The 19th annual MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA) is due to be held at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The ceremony will be aired live on MTV at 9pm CET (8 pm GMT). A special red carpet live show can be viewed on the event's website at 8 pm CET.
It will be hosted by MTV personalities Laura Whitmore and Louise Roe. Will Ferrell will make an appearance, dressed as Ron Burgundy. Ariana Grande and VJ Will Best will be reporting from backstage.
For live updates on the award ceremony, keep an eye on the Facebook page. Twitter updates can be followed on @mtvema. Viewers can also share their best moments with #MTVEMA.
Presenters include Jared Leto, RJ Mitte, Bridgit Mendler, Iggy Azalea, Ellie Goulding, Carice van Houten, Colton Haynes and MC Redfoo.
This year's event includes performances by Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Snoop Dog, Afrojack, Imagine Dragons, The Killers, Kings of Leon and Icona Pop.
Cyrus has been nominated in four categories, including best pop, best female, best video for Wrecking Ball and best US act.
Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis lead the nominations with five nods each, while Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Thicke are also each up for four awards.
Meanwhile, MTV has announced that the 2014 show will be held in Glasgow at the Hydro Arena which has a capacity of 13,000.
"Each year, the MTV EMA is an amazing, multi-platform music experience for our audiences around the world, presented through a dynamic, talent-driven spectacle that only MTV can deliver," Bruce Gillmer, executive vice president of talent, music programming and events for Viacom International Media Network (VIMN), said, "As one of the world's great music cities, Glasgow is always a favourite with artists and the new SSE Hydro will provide the perfect backdrop for the MTV EMA in its 20th anniversary year. We're thrilled that the eyes of the music world will be on Glasgow next year."