Spike’s Video Game Awards is tonight, in case you forgot [UPDATE]

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 12 December 2009 20:45 GMT

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Update: Guess what kiddos? We’ve decided to liveblog the event as it happens. Should you decide that you wish to stay up till around 1:00am (UK’ers) to check in with us, we will update you as the shit goes down! So, if Jack Black shows up in his undies shooting sparks from his groin again, or should Cliffy B decide to show and announce that Gears is being ported to Wii – we will let you know the second it happens. Not that it will, just sayin’.

Original: Spike TV will broadcast the 2009 Video Game Awards tonight at 8:00pm EST.

To get you pumped for it, you can watch a live stream of the rehearsals going on at the moment, which promised to give you a taste of some of the world premieres expected tonight.

Earlier, Geoff Keighley tweeted that during the “first five minutes” of the show, one of the “biggest surprise premieres in VGA history” will take place.

Oh, Geoff. You big tease. Stop it already. You’re making us blush.

Guess we’ll have to watch it now.

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