Katy Perry to Perform VMA Finale From Under the Brooklyn Bridge

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Katy Perry will be closing out the MTV Video Music Awards tonight, but she won't be performing inside the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn like the rest of the artists. Instead, Katy will be... We can't wait for all of the awesome performances at the VMAs tonight!

Lady Gaga will be opening the show, 'N Sync is (probably) going to reunite and Miley Cyrus, Kanye West, Drake AND Robin Thicke will also be performing.

We now know that Katy Perry is closing the show, but unlike her fellow performers, she won't be performing on stage at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn.

Instead, Katy is actually going to be performing underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, which means she'll have to do a disappearing act somewhere toward the end of the show so that she can make sure she gets there in time.

Us Weekly was first to reveal Katy's performance location and they also reported that fans can look forward to hearing her sing "Roar" for the first time live.

As it turns out, though, performing under the bridge wasn't exactly Katy's first choice...

"She was supposed to perform on top of the Brooklyn Bridge," their source spilled, "but the city wouldn't give her the permit."

Hey, over/under, we don't really care either way...we still think the whole thing is super cool!

Are you looking forward to Katy's performance tonight?

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