MTV announced on Thursday that singer Bruno Mars will perform at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.
The four-time nominee joins previously announced performers Adele, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and Young The Giant.
Mars, 25, is nominated for work off of his debut studio album, "Doo-Wops & Hooligans," which was released last fall. His nominations include Video of the Year, Best Male Video and Best Choreography.
Katy Perry leads the 2011 VMA nominations with nine, including Best Pop video and Video of the Year. British songstress Adele is nominated for seven moon men awards, including Video of the Year for "Rolling In The Deep."
Also on Thursday, MTV revealed that Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill will all be presenters at the show.
This year's show has some big shoes to fill. The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, hosted by Chelsea Handler, gained more than 11 million viewers, the largest number since 2002's awards show.
The legendary moon men will be handed out on Aug. 28 at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, live on MTV.
MTV has yet to announce a host.
Scroll down for a preview of the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards performers.