Who should host 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards? Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande … [POLL]

Now that the MTV Movie Awards are branching out to include TV series, it’s time to start talking about who should host the 2017 gala, which will be held on May 7 at the Shrine Auditorium. As a refresher, last year’s kudos were hosted by Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson, while the 2015 ceremony was emceed by Amy Schumer. Take a look at our Top 9 MTV Movie & TV Awards dream hosts below and then vote in our poll with YOUR pick.

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Justin Bieber — Love him or hate him, Bieber brings in ratings, and he’s exactly the kind of superstar MTV will be looking for to help re-brand their annual trophy-fest.

Selena Gomez — Gomez has come into her own as a pop music sensation in the past few years, but TV is where she got her start so it’d be great to her back on the small screen.

Ariana Grande — Music sensation? Check. TV star? Check. Pop culture icon? Check. If MTV doesn’t ask this “dangerous woman” to host their awards show, they’re officially insane.

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Taylor Swift — Swift is no stranger to MTV kudos, having previously risen to infamy when Kanye West interrupted her acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.

Beyonce — We’d love to see Queen Bey take on a hosting job so she can show her on-camera chops, especially with something as fun and freeing as the MTV Movie & TV Awards.

Adele — The world loves Adele for her voice and stage presence, but her infectious personality is what really makes her perfect for hosting an awards show.

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Justin Timberlake — Timberlake’s two Emmy wins for hosting “Saturday Night Live” and his countless viral videos on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” prove that Timberlake is the perfect choice.

Lady Gaga — After winning the Golden Globe for “American Horror Story: Hotel” and killing it in her Oscar performance of “Til it Happens to You,” Lady Gaga just recently stole the Super Bowl with her halftime show.

Amy Schumer — Raunchy comedian Schumer killed it two years ago when she presided over the MTV Movie Awards, so it’s only a matter of time before she’s asked back. Why not now?

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