Best of 2013 MMVA Performances Gallery
The 2013 MuchMusic Video Award performances were off the charts. We had explosive performances from Armin Van Buuren featuring Canadian Trevor Guthrie, Avril Lavigne and Serena Ryder. We also had international hit-makers PSY, Ed Sheeran, Phillip Phillips and Demi Lovato perform amazing sets. If last year was any indication, this years performances will double that. Be sure to catch the 2014 MMVAs Sunday June 15 at 9E/6P.
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