Willow Pape is going to be so jealous, because Kim Kardashian is bringing her star power to the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards again!
This will mark the second such gig for the 33-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and wife of rapper Kanye West. Kardashian joins a growing list of at least 11 celebrity presenters that includes the likes of singers Gwen Stefani, Demi Lovato and Jason Derulo and three Orange Is The New Black actresses.
MTV announced the news on Wednesday. The 2014 MTV VMAs will air live from The Forum theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Aug. 24 (check out a list of nominations).
Kardashian made her debut at MTV's annual music awards ceremony in 2010 and last presented at the VMAs in 2011, when she donned a gorgeous, sparkling silver Kaufman Franco gown and handed the Moonman statuette for Best Male Video to Justin Bieber.
And speaking of another Franco, actor James Franco recently appeared in a VMAs promo titled Dave Skylark's Very Special VMA Special, in which he plays an awkward talk show host and interviews Derulo as well as rappers Iggy Azalea and Nicki Minaj, who is performing at the ceremony. In the video, the actor's frequent co-star, Seth Rogen, pretends to be a producer.
Franco asks Minaj about her butt, which she shows off prominently in her new sexually-charged and innuendo-filled music video "Anaconda," which was released on Wednesday.
"Is it natural or did you have to work on it?" he asks, adding, "There's like two balloons back there. It's like another being, almost, behind you."
Check out a list of presenters and performers confirmed to appear at the show, as of Wednesday.
2014 MTV VMAs Presenters:
Dylan O'Brien (Stiles on MTV's Teen Wolf)
Laverne Cox (Sophia on Netflix's Orange Is the New Black)
Nina Dobrev (Elena on the CW's The Vampire Diaries)
Taylor Schilling (Piper on Orange Is the New Black)
Uzo Aduba (Crazy Eyes on Orange Is the New Black, who recently won her first Emmy)
2014 MTV VMAs Performers:
5 Seconds of Summer
Beyoncé—she is nominated for eight VMAs and is also the recipient of the Video Vanguard Award
Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora—the Australian "Fancy" rapper is making her VMAs debut and she and the British pop star are set to perform their new single, "Black Widow"
Jessie J, Nicki Minaj andAriana Grandethey will perform the song "Bang Bang," while Grande is also set to sing her new solo single, "Break Free" and Minaj will perform "Anaconda" on stage for the first time
Maroon 5—the rock / pop band, headed by Adam Levine, is making their live VMAs debut
Sam Smith—an Artist to Watch nominee known for the hit ballad "Stay With Me"
Taylor Swift —the pop star recently announced a new all-pop album titled 1989 (her birth year) and released a new single and video, "Shake it Off"
Tune-in to a special 90-minute Keeping Up With the Kardashians leading up to Kim's wedding on Sunday, Aug. 31 at 9/8c on E!
—Reporting by Marc Malkin