NEW YORK (AP) - What will be the spectacle at the MTV Video Music Awards this year? A long rant from Kanye West? A surprise appearance from Beyoncé? It's all possible, and likely.

NEW YORK (AP) — What will be the spectacle at the MTV Video Music Awards this year? A long rant from Kanye West? A surprise appearance from Beyoncé? It's all possible, and likely.

The show is returning to New York City on Sunday, where Beyoncé is the leading nominee, though it's not confirmed if she will or won't attend the show. She outshined her peers at the 2014 VMAs, closing the show with a 16-minute medley of songs from her self-titled surprise album that dominated that night.

West has had even more history with the VMAs: He famously jumped onstage and stole Taylor Swift's microphone at the 2009 show and last year gave an 11-minute speech onstage.

He'll have another chance to own the night since his controversial "Famous" video is nominated for video of the year.