Rod Stewart & DNCE Performing 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy' for VMAs, Share Remake Preview

Rod Stewart performs in 2016
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Rod Stewart performs at the Nottingham Motorpoint Arena on June 23, 2016.

Rod Stewart's 1979 hit "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" is getting a reboot -- with a little help from DNCE. Stewart collaborated with the Joe Jonas-fronted group on a new version of the song, which will premiere Friday (Aug. 25).

They'll perform the re-imagined "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" live together for the first time at this year's MTV VIdeo Music Awards on Sunday night (Aug. 25) remotely via video from Las Vegas. The announcement coincides with Stewart's new partnership with Republic Records, which is also DNCE's label.

"Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" was first released on Stewart's Blondes Have More Fun album in 1978, then topped Billboard's Hot 100 for four weeks in early 1979.

Check out a short teaser of the new "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy" below.

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