When does this summer’s MTV Video Music Awards start?

This summer’s Video Music Festival is set to begin with the premiere of The Love Below on Saturday, May 27 at 6 p.m.

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The show, which has become a popular event among younger fans, features the voices of artists such as Rihanna, Beyoncé, Selena Gomez, Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky, and Lady Gaga, among others.

MTV will also air a special episode of The Voice on May 28, followed by an extended special on May 29.

The show has grown in popularity in the past year, with The Voice being the most-watched video music show on YouTube for the third year in a row, and MTV Music Video Awards 2016 being the first video music event held by MTV.

While there has been a lot of anticipation about the show’s debut, the network is yet to reveal a date or time for the event.

In addition, MTV has announced that it will hold its upfront presentation for the upcoming season of MTV Movie Awards in October, where the network will be celebrating the network’s 25th anniversary.

MTV has also announced that the network has hired a brand new creative director, which will serve as a platform for new creative direction.

MTV is also expected to announce the new face of the network, as well as other new additions to its roster.

The network is currently holding its third upfront presentation of the year, in which the network announced that Kevin Murphy will host.

In his role, Murphy will work to build MTV’s brand, its brands, and its audience, with the goal of expanding its reach to a new and growing audience.MTV is also holding its sixth upfront presentation in 2018, where it announced that David Letterman will host the event for the network.

The network also said that new head of programming and production, David E. Smith, will join the network as head of MTV News.

Mtv also announced the new slate of events for the 2019 season, with VH1’s The Blacklist returning for its seventh season on February 1, 2019, and a new series of shows, VHN’s The Bachelor, to premiere on February 16, 2019.