Tinie Tempah and Tinchy Stryder will be closing this year's Mobo Awards.
The chart-topping duo will be joined by Professor Green, Devlin and Giggs for the grand finale, where they will perform Tinchy's hit, Game Over.
JLS have revealed they are planning a world exclusive collaboration with a surprise US star, while Mark Ronson will bring a special guest on stage for their performances at the glitzy ceremony at Liverpool's Echo Arena on October 20.
BBC Radio 1 DJ Reggie Yates, who will be co-hosting the bash with Alesha Dixon, said: "There will be bigger performances this year and the fantastic closing performance will, without a doubt, excite a lot of people. There's also going to be a pretty cool closing ceremony. On top of that, the intro is actually quite funny."
He added: "I'm really looking forward to it. It's my second year fronting it and I've had more time to get involved and bring more to the table. It's all very exciting because it looks like a bigger show this year."
Guest presenters on the night will include last year's backstage host Peter Andre, The Saturdays' Rochelle Wiseman, JLS and Destiny's Child superstar Michelle Williams, who is currently strutting her stuff on Strictly Come Dancing.
London-based trio N-Dubz will be backstage hosts for the show.