Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift, Lionel Richie to ring in New Year at Times Square

Fall Out Boy, Ne-Yo and Pussycat Dolls will also contribute

Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift, Lionel Richie to ring in New Year at Times Square
The Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift and Lionel Richie have all been announced to ring in the New Year at Times Square in New York City.

The acts will perform at 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve' party, hosted by the legendary TV host Clark and co-hosted by Ryan Seacrest on ABC.

In addition to the New York performances, there will be live feeds from a West Coast party featuring Fall Out Boy, Natasha Bedingfield, the Pussycat Dolls and Ne-Yo, among others.

The Times Square party is the most famous party in the US, drawing one million people to the famous New York location. It kicks off at 10pm EST on December 31.

--By our New York staff.
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