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Justin Bieber, Enrique Iglesias and 'Twilight' Cast Up for Macy's 4th of July Fireworks

June 29, 2010 (7:17 am) GMT
LeAnn Rimes will also perform, while Nick Cannon and Alison Sweeney are going to host the Sunday spectacular which will illuminate the sky over New York City with more than 40,000 firework shells.

In celebration of the United States independence day on July 4, NBC plans to hold an extravant show for its 11th Annual Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular. , and "" cast members are booked for the festivity with and on the hosting duty.

Bieber and Iglesias are going to take the stage for a live performance along with another musical guest . The Canadian pop star has done a rehearsal for the special event earlier this month. He reportedly will be joining the New York Pops and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for the gig which airs on Sunday, July 4 at 9 P.M. ET/PT.

The Macy's 4th of July Fireworks is the U.S. largest Fourth of July fireworks display. It returns to the Hudson River to illuminate the sky over New York City with a glorious spectrum of colors, shapes and sparkling dazzlers. Featuring more than 40,000 firework shells, American Harmony, the theme of this year's celebration, will take more than 3 million spectators on a high flying journey through the nation's musical history that is filled with unique harmonies embraced by the entire world.

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