Katy Perry
Katy Perry finally addressed the JonBenet Ramsey Conspiracy Theory at the VMAs. The singer is pictured attending the Chanel 2017-2018 fall/winter Haute Couture collection show on July 4, 2017 in Paris, France. Getty Images

On Sunday some of Hollywood’s most popular and talented stars will pour into The Forum in Inglewood, California, to attend the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. Typically one of the hottest shows of the year, the ceremony promises unforgettable moments, stellar performances and, of course, awards.

The show is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. EDT on MTV, but for music fans who may not be near a television when the ceremony kicks off, there is another way to watch your favorite artists grace the stage.

As opposed to watching it on TV, viewers can live stream the award show on MTV Live by signing in and using their cable provider information to log into the site.

This year, the VMAs will be hosted by singer, Katy Perry. The “Swish Swish” artist’s role as host should make for an interesting night, seeing as her music rival, Taylor Swift, is expected to release her new music video, “Look What You Made Me Do” during the ceremony.

Perry was announced as the host in July, exactly one month prior to the award ceremony. “We’re thrilled to have global phenomenon Katy Perry as the host and a performer at the 2017 VMAs,” Bruce Gillmer, head of music and music talent for Global Entertainment Group, Viacom, said in a statement.

“She is at the forefront of music culture and the perfect person to anchor this year’s show, which promises to be one of the most diverse and music-filled in VMA history,” he added.

The singer won’t be the only star gracing the small screen. Kendrick Lamar leads the list of nominees with a total of eight nominations, which include best cinematography, best direction, video of the year and best hip hop for his hit song “HUMBLE”

Perry and The Weeknd trail behind the rapper and are tied with five nominations each. If the “Starboy” singer were to win in any of his categories, it would be his very first MTV Video Music award.

While the night will be one to remember, some east coast fans may miss several Twitter worthy moments due to conflicting schedules. This year, the season finale of “Game of Thrones” will air during the award show. The HBO series will run its final episode of Season 7 at 9 p.m. EDT, just one hour after the VMAs live show begins.

At some point in life we are all forced to make difficult choices but for fans who opt out of watching “GOT” in favor of the award show, they will see the likes of Fifth Harmony, Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, Cardi B, Alessia Cara, DNCE and more hit the stage to perform.

Also taking the stage will be Pink , who will be receiving the coveted Video Vanguard Award. She will be joining the likes of Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Madonna and Rihanna, who have been honored with the award in previous years.

Last week, the singer released her single, “What About Us” off of her upcoming seventh album, “Beautiful Trauma.” Pink is expected to perform the new song during the award ceremony and is rumored to have several surprises when she takes the stage. Some of her other hot singles include “Just Give Me A Reason,” “Lady Marmalade,” “Just Like a Pill” and “Trouble.”

Make sure you don’t miss a second of what is sure to be an eventful night when the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards airs on Sunday night.