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What Kendall and Kylie Jenner can learn from past MMVA co-hosts

What Kendall and Kylie can Learn

1. Throw In A Surprise Or Two
When Miley Cyrus hosted the 2010 MMVAs, she rehearsed her song Party In The USA in anticipated of the big performance, but during every run through she left out the lyric “And a Britney song was on”. This seemed odd at the time, but many of us just assumed that she was resting her vocals. Nope! Miley changed the line during the live show to “And a JB song was on” and surprised the audience with a bike pedaling Justin Bieber in the middle of her performance. Kendall and Kylie may want to keep a big surprise up their sleeve for Sunday, June 15.

2. Outfit Changes Are A Must
Whether it was LMFAO proving that zebra print looks good in any colour or The Jonas Brothers showing off their impressive collection of suits, outfit changes are a must during the MMVAs.

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3. The MMVA Red Carpet Is Awesome
Co-hosts are SUPER busy during the MMVAs. They have to run between stages during a live show, all while remembering their lines and trying to stay calm and cool in front of millions of viewers. There isn’t always time for the red carpet, but 2011 co-host Selena Gomez made sure she showed up on the MMVA red carpet and look uber hot while doing it.

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4. Go With The Flow
On any live show, there is always the possibility of something going wrong. Maybe a band doesn’t start when they’re supposed to, or maybe a presenter misses their cue. No sweat – just smile and keep moving. The show must go on!

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5. Have Fun
The MMVAs are not only the biggest award show of the year, they’re also the biggest block party! Tons of amazing bands, the biggest presenters in the industry and the coolest fans on the planet. It’s a party, so have fun!

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Watch Kendall and Kylie co-host the MMVAs, featuring performances from Lorde and Imagine Dragons, on Sunday, June 15 at 9E/6P on Much, CTV and CTV GO.