Lady GaGa Vows to 'Kick @$$' at VMA's
Today, it was announced that both Lady Gaga and Jay-Z will be bringing their larger-than-life stage shows to this year's MTV Video Music Awards, adding much hype to the notoriously spectacle-driven ceremony.
The bold and beautiful Gaga didn't spare any enthusiasm for the event. "I'm simply gutted to be both a performer and nominee at the 2009 VMAs. In fact, I'm so happy, I could die," Gaga said, according to MTV News.
Gaga previously gushed about the VMA's when it was announced she'd tied with Beyonce for scoring the most nominations of any performer this year -- nine.
"So excited! I can't believe it," Gaga told reporters in Seoul, South Korea, according to MTV News. "I'm delighted to be in Beyoncé's company, and I can't wait to go to the awards show and hopefully kick some ass."
Blogger Perez Hilton has talked up Gaga's performance already, saying he knows what she has in store but has been "sworn to secrecy."
"All we can say is that it will be the most talked about performance of the night," Hilton raves. "And it WILL BE the best!"
Other VMA performers this year include Taylor Swift, Green Day, Muse and Pink. Russel Brand, British comic and actor, will be reprising his role from last year as host. Presenters include Leighton Meester, Nelly Furtado, Miranda Cosgrove, Chace Crawford, Katy Perry and Ne-Yo.
The VMAs will broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall on Sept. 13 at 9 p.m.