July 29, 2002

Persistent rumors indicate that GUNS N' ROSES may be part of the 2002 MTV Music Video Awards, according to

No official confirmation has yet been made, and the MTV Video Awards web site does not mention GNR as being part of this year's festivities. In the past, MTV has always waited at the last moment to unveil the complete list of performers.

It is believed that the current speculation is partly attributable to the fact that the 2002 MTV Music Video Awards web site is displaying an unusually high number of GUNS N' ROSES photos, which in turn has led some to assume that a GUNS N' ROSES appearance may be possible at the event.

The 2002 MTV Music Video Awards will be broadcast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City on August 29th.

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