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50 Cent Made a Presenter at 2008 MTV Australia Awards

March 15, 2008 (2:54 am) GMT
Organizers confirm that 50 Cent will make a stop in at the awards event mid his tour to Australia.

will fly to Australia to tour for the first time in 2 years and make a stop at the continent's MTV Awards along the way. Organizers of the event confirmed on Thursday, March 13 that the rapper will be a presenter at the April 26 event following a stop in Auckland on date 25.

In the event held at Sydney's Australian Technology Park, 50 will join the already announced acts like rapper and actress slash singer . "He is one of the biggest selling rap artists in history and there is no doubt that he is going to put a fantastic performance together for the awards show," MTV Australia's Ean Thorley told Smh.com.au. "For MTV we are really concerned with his music, what he does out of life is not of concern to us."

Since was denied an entry to Australia last year due to visa problem, Thorley is particularly hopeful for 50's attendance. "Having 50 cent here is a chance to give the viewers what they want... the fact that he was here in 2006 is a positive thing," Thorley said. 50 will open the tour in Australia with a Sydney date on April 23 and close it with a Melbourne date on April 27.

Nominees of the 2008 MTV Australia Awards have been announced earlier this week with leading the way on the international category while rules the local nods.

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