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P.K. Subban scores Presenter position for Sunday’s MMVAs

P.K. Subban

Montreal Canadiens defence man P.K. Subban is ‘check’ing into the MMVAs this Sunday. The Toronto native and Olympic Gold Medal winner will be making his MMVA debut and bringing his well-discussed Hockey Night in Canada fashion to the MMVA Red Carpet.

In addition to P.K. Subban, today’s Presenter announcement includes Serena Ryder, Arkells, Fefe Dobson, Kiernan Shipka, Laura Vandervoort, Nikki Yanofsky and Down With Webster. Previously announced Presenters for the 2014 MMVAs include Kellan Lutz, Jena Malone, Marianas Trench, Colton Haynes, Victoria Duffield, The Weeknd, SonReal, Mia Martina, and Chloë Grace Moretz.

Hosted by Kendall and Kylie Jenner, the 2014 MMVAs go down this Sunday at 9E/6P on Much, CTV and CTV GO and feature performances from Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, Hedley, Imagine Dragons, Kiesza, MAGIC!, Lorde, Sam Roberts Band and Virginia to Vegas feat. Alyssa Reid.

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