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Lady Gaga, R. Kelly will perform together at AMAs

Lady Gaga likes to be naughty, and she was Sunday, revealing to Music Choice that she and R. Kelly will perform together during the 2013 American Music Awards.

"I'm not supposed to say that. Oh, I said it anyway," Gaga says in the interview recorded at her ArtRAVE album party and performance for her new album "ArtPop." "Oh well, sorry Robert."

Gaga and Kelly will sing "Do What U Want" during the annual awards show, which will be broadcast at 7 p.m. CST Nov. 24 on ABC.

"We have a great chemistry when we perform together. He's so amazing," she said of the Chicago singer. "I'm just looking forward to hitting the stage again."

Dick Clark Productions announced Monday that it has partnered with Music Choice to present exclusive AMA-related content across all Music Choice properties including Music Choice Play, Video On Demand, Music Channels and digital properties. Music Choice will air more than 50 hours of American Music Awards programming, it said in a release, including exclusive interviews with nominated artists, acceptance speeches and previous red carpet fashion highlights, backstage interviews and more.

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