Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus may be taking their raunchy act overseas for the 2013 MTV European Music Awards.
Thicke was just announced as a performer for the awards show, alongside Snoop Dogg, Afrojack and breakthrough band Imagine Dragon. The aforementioned artists will join Katy Perry, The Killers and Thicke's twerking teammate Miley Cyrus as acts slated to hit the stage during the night. Nearly two months ago, Thicke and Cyrus made headlines for a controversial routine that trumped the entire Video Music Awards show - held at the Barclays Center. Both chart-topping acts are unlikely to appear together again but event organizers have not ruled out a joint-performance.
“I am grateful and excited to be nominated and performing at this year's EMAs. I know it will be an amazing night!” said Thicke, who is nominated for four EMAs this year, including Best Song for “Blurred Lines” feat. T.I. and Pharrell, Best Video for “Blurred Lines,” Best World Stage and Best US Act. Cyrus is also up for four awards on the night including the Best Female and Best US Act categories.
The 2013 MTV EMAs will broadcast live Sunday, November 10th from 7:00PM to 10:00 PM ET/PT on MTV in the United States