Nick Jonas and Lovato will perform during the pre-show, which will also include the premieres of music videos for Jonas' "Levels" and Taylor Swift 's "Wildest Dreams."
Swift goes into the show with nine nominations, including Video of the Year for "Bad Blood," Best Female Video and Best Pop Video for "Blank Space." Ed Sheeran comes in second with six nominations, including Best Male Video and Best Pop Video for "Thinking Out Loud," and Best Choreography for "Don't...
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