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LL Cool J on 2008 MTV VMAs Commercial Ad, the Video

August 27, 2008 (2:56 am) GMT
LL Cool J sits next to Russell Brand for another promotional tape of 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.

Following the first promotional tape which features troubled pop singer and host of this year's MTV Video Music Awards, , MTV have, once again, made another commercial ad. This time, the video has as a featured guest sitting next to the U.K. comedian.

The MTV's annual show will give music lovers an access to witness the winners from all categories on Sunday, September 7. Artists who are confirmed to perform at Hollywood Paramount Studio include multi-platinum songstress , , rapper , and Tennessean band .

Rihanna will perform her hit single "Disturbia" and support T.I. in the rapper's "Live Your Life" single from upcoming album "", which will hit the market on September 30. Pink, who has just released a music video for her new single "So What", promises to give a hot performance of the new song, which is taken from her album "", which will come out on October 28. Meanwhile, Paramore will perform energetic single "Misery Business" from their 2007 sophomore studio album "".

Other artists added to the list of performers at this year's show are rappers , , and teen band sensation . However, additional presenters to co-host the event haven't been announced yet.

LL Cool J's cameo on 2008 MTV VMAs promotional ad with Russell Brand:



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