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More acts are lining up to rock the MTV Video Music Awards.

Rihanna, Paramore, Pink and T.I. have been added to the roster of VMA performers, The Associated Press reports.

They join the already-announced Kid Rock, Lil' Wayne and the Jonas Brothers.

Rihanna, whose "Take a Bow" is up for Best Female Video, will perform her No. 1 summer hit "Disturbia," while Best Rock Video nominee Paramore will belt out "Misery Business."

Pink, a past VMA winner, will entertain the crowd with "So What," the first single off her upcoming album Funhouse.

No word on what T.I., who's up for Best Male Video, will perform, but his presence will be significant for another reason. It will be his first award show appearance since his arrest at last year's BET Hip-Hop Awards for trying to purchase machine guns and silencers. The rapper will serve a year in jail after completing 1,000 hours of community service.

The 2008 Video Music Awards, hosted by British comedian Russell Brand, will air Sept. 7 on MTV. - Joyce Eng