World Music Award schedule been changed, won’t be organized as Planned

Due to logistic and multiple visa issues organizers have changed the schedule for World Music Awards. Organizers have declared, the date of the ceremony will be announced again later. It was planned to happen in the last Saturday in Miami. Justin Bieber, Deadmau5, Drake and several more candidates were nominated for the award. In the last year, the ceremony took place in Monte Carlo. This year organizers wanted to arrange the program in Miami but couldn’t stage it in the declared time.

Because of some logistic and visa issues the World Music Award committee had to change the schedule, expressed in a press release. They’ve included Carly Rae Jepsen, Nickelback, Bryan Adams and Michael Buble in the nomination. Numerous fans voted online for the award and gave their support.

Formerly, the WMA committee worked in Monte Carlo. Just before weeks ago of the show, they shifted to Miami. Though they didn’t announce any presenters or performers lots of tickets been already sold. A press release was issued in 13th December. In the release, they expressed their intention to raise funds for the Super-storm Sandy victims in Haiti and be beamed to 180 countries reaching a billion viewers.

Though, world famous singer Jennifer Lopez will perform at in a sold-out concert in Puerto Rico on the night of the WMAs but the press release stated, she will join at the show. According to the release, “Jennifer Lopez has already confirmed her support for the cause and will receive a special World Music Award and also enter into the Guinness World Records for having the Most Viewed Female Video of All Time.”

When contacted with the Miami based publicist Brandi Kolosky he said that, the major talent of the show will be announced just 2-3 days before the World Music Awards.

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