Haven’t made your New Year’s Eve plans yet? Consider MTV your place to party. We have enlisted “Jersey Shore” stars Snooki and JWoww to host “MTV’s Club NYE 2013,” which will air from Times Square in New York City on Monday, December 31 at 11:00pm et/8:00pm pt.
The party girls will be joined by co-host Jeff Dye, comedian and “Money From Strangers” star, as well as some killer A-list music talent. Who exactly, you ask? Ke$ha, Ne-Yo, Sean Kingston, Rita Ora and Conor Maynard are all set to perform. Meanwhile, the Knocks have been enlisted to serve as the night’s house DJ.
“New Year’s Eve is the one night of the year where everyone leaves their inhibitions at the door and comes together in a sweaty, drunken, dance-fueled orgy of bliss,” Ke$ha, who just dropped her album Warrior this week, said in a statement about the gig. “No one throws a party like MTV and I’m gonna be on hand to make sure it kicks ass.”
Meanwhile, Snooki and JWoww will not only be celebrating the New Year, but also the premiere of the second season of “Snooki & JWOWW”, which kicks off just one week later on Tuesday, January 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV. “MTV is the place for New Year’s Eve!! They always have the sickest performances and you never know what will happen or who will show up,” Snooki said. “I hope they have a leopard bedazzled microphone for this co-host, I’m so excited to ring in 2013 with Jenni and Jeff, so look out Times Square!”
Additional “MTV’s Club NYE 2013″ guests include from “Pretty Little Liars” stars Tyler Blackburn and Keegan Allen, choreographer Binkie (who will be on hand to teach dance moves) as well as Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer from MTV’s forthcoming late-night talk show “The Nikki & Sara Show.”
What performance are you most excited for on “MTV’s Club NYE 2013″? Leave your comment below!
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