Robin Thicke has been confirmed for the 2013 MTV European Music Awards.
The American musician will take to the stage at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on November 10.
Robin is also nominated for four accolades on the night, including Best Song and Best Video for Blurred Lines.
He has already spoken out about how thrilled he is to sing at the event and to be up for several awards.
“I am grateful and excited to be nominated and performing at this year’s EMAs. I know it will be an amazing night!” he gushed in a statement.
Also set to perform are Imagine Dragons and Snoop Dogg, who will be collaborating with fellow musician Afrojack at a nightclub in the city.
This performance will mark Snoop’s return to the EMAs after hosting it in 2007.
Afrojack – who is nominated in the Best Electronic and Best Dutch Act categories – shared his excitement ahead of the ceremony.
“It’s really cool to be nominated for two EMAs and perform at the EMAs! The EMAs are one of my favorite award shows and the fact they’re happening in Amsterdam makes it even more special,” he said. “Whatever happens, I feel fortunate to be nominated and I can’t even explain how dope it is to have my new track, The Spark, as the official theme song to the EMAs!”
The new acts will join already confirmed performances by Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and The Killers.
Ellie Goulding, Iggy Azalea, Carice van Houten, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) and Colton Haynes will also be involved with the ceremony, which Ariana Grande will be covering backstage.
The evening’s MC will be LMFAO’s Red Foo.
© Cover Media