Beyoncé is the latest to join the lineup of performers for the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, the network announced early Thursday morning.
The pop diva – she has a leading eight nominations this year -- will also be rewarded with the night’s highest honor, the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
She joins a list of iconic acts who have received the lifetime achievement honor, including Madonna, Beastie Boys, U2, George Michael and Janet Jackson. The award was named for Janet's late brother Michael (the award was renamed in his honor in 1991).
Beyoncé’s history with MTV is extensive, with the superstar routinely using the VMA stage for some of her...