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Nicki Minaj to Preview 'Fly' Video During MTV VMAs Pre-Show

August 22, 2011 (6:54 am) GMT
The first look at the long-delayed music video which features Rihanna will be unveiled in an event hosted by Selena Gomez.
Nicki Minaj

After a long wait, it was finally announced that 's "Fly" music video will get its first look unleashed soon. The Sanaa Hamri-directed clip which features will get an official teaser during pre-show of the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards on August 28.

The video was filmed in January, and a sneak peek has been available in a form of on-set picture that shows Minaj and RiRi making sassy faces. "We're going to save the world in more ways than one with the video and that's all I can say about that," the femcee said. "I love Ri-Ri! I mean, when she's not grabbing my ass she's a sweet girl."

Premiere date for the video was, however, put on hold to give the MC a room to release "Super Bass" and its accompanying clip first. She actually had no plan to drop the single, but changed her mind after it got endorsement from and .

The MTV VMAs pre-show will be hosted by Gomez this year with performing Sabi-assisted dance track "You Make Me Feel". Hours later, main show of the prize-giving event will be kicked off with as opening act. The other performers are , , , and . The presenters, meanwhile, include , , , and .

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