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Katy Perry to Close MTV Video Music Awards, But from Where?

Katy Perry to Close MTV Video Music Awards, But from Where?
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Katy Perry will be the closing act at MTV's Video Music Awards on Sunday.

The 28-year-old will perform her latest single, "Roar" for the first time on live television from an undisclosed location – away from the rest of the awards at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.

Will she be joined by beau (and duet partner) John Mayer on top of the Brooklyn bridge? Or will Brooklyn native Jay-Z guide her around his hometown from the Marcy Projects to Coney Island? Will she pay tribute to Notorious B.I.G. in Bedstuy? Or will she go all GIRLS on us and channel Lena Dunham in Greenpoint?

Let us know where you think Perry will pop up!

Katy Perry to Close MTV Video Music Awards, But from Where?| MTV, Brooklyn, MTV Video Music Awards 2013, Individual Class

The Wonder Wheel at Coney Island

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Coney Island: home of a legendary amusement park, boardwalk, aquarium and sideshow.










Katy Perry to Close MTV Video Music Awards, But from Where?| MTV, Brooklyn, MTV Video Music Awards 2013, Individual Class

The Brooklyn Bridge

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The Brooklyn Bridge: Built between 1869 and 1883, this landmark connects Manhattan and Brooklyn.
















Katy Perry to Close MTV Video Music Awards, But from Where?| MTV, Brooklyn, MTV Video Music Awards 2013, Individual Class

Brooklyn Botanical Garden

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Brooklyn Botanical Garden: A picturesque 52-acre botanic garden in the heart of the borough.
















Katy Perry to Close MTV Video Music Awards, But from Where?| MTV, Brooklyn, MTV Video Music Awards 2013, Individual Class

Brooklyn Academy of Music

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Brooklyn Academy of Music: This cultural center has been bringing dance, theater, music, film, opera and more to the community for over 150 years.














Katy Perry to Close MTV Video Music Awards, But from Where?| MTV, Brooklyn, MTV Video Music Awards 2013, Individual Class

Junior's Restaurant

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Junior's Restaurant: Known for their decadent New York-style cheesecake, this family owned restaurant has been serving more than just dessert since 1950.














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