If there’s one thing we remember about the 2013 MTV VMAs — which aired on Aug. 25 that year — it’s Miley's foam finger. Oh, the outrage. We look back at the drama — and catch up with foam finger creator Steve Chmelar, who became a viral sensation at the time for saying she “degraded” his creation.
The MTV Video Music Awards winners are here! The award show aired on Monday night live from NYC's Radio City Music Hall, and it did not disappoint (well, except for whatever that Aretha Franklin "tribute" was from Madonna .
Cardi B has made herself a household name with her music and no-holds-barred social media presence. She swept up at the VMAs and has no intention of slowing down.
The internet was not as amused, with many detractors complaining that Madonna had made the “tribute” all about herself, not about the Queen of Soul.
From many big moments for the winners (including Cardi B!) to the friendly catchup sessions between A-listers during commercial breaks, we caught every moment from the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards not shown on TV.
Some things just go together: Peanut butter and jelly. Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. The MTV Video Music Awards and water-cooler moments. Sure, we’ve moved past the eras of Britney Spears and Madonna kissing on stage, or Kanye West crashing Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech — but the 2018 ceremony, which aired Monday night, still served […]
The red carpet at the 2018 MTV Videos Music Awards looked an awful lot like a Thursday night at former L.A. nightclub Les Deux circa 2007.
Madonna was set to pay tribute to the Queen of Soul at Monday’s VMAs, but the speech seemed to be all about the Queen of Pop — Madonna herself, that is. MTV asked Madonna to honor Aretha Franklin, who died Thursday, during her intro for the video of the year winner announcement. Most of the tribute […]
The retired baseball star accompanied his girlfriend to the VMAs, where she was honored with the Video Vanguard Award and gave an epic performance.
"It wasn't until I had two little angels come into my life, that everything changed. I knew I had to be better. I knew I had to go higher and be stronger than I had been before."
At the number’s tear-jerking peak, a wall separating the families onstage came falling down, reuniting the children with their parents.
Anything can — and often does — happen at MTV’s annual Video Music Awards show recognizing the best in music videos, and it all begins with the ensembles the stars wear on the much-watched red carpet. Take a peek at what Cardi B, Shawn Mendes, and others stepped out in for this year’s event at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.
"We were convinced we were going to win, just because it deserved to win. But of course it didn't," chuckles Garbage's Shirley Manson.
Whoopie, she’s doing it again! Britney Spears is set to open this Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards on ABC (8 ET/7 CT) with a medley of her greatest hits. While this kind of live TV performance was a regular occurrence back in the day, she’s concentrated on her Las Vegas residency and largely shied away from the tube these past few years, so fans and the merely curious will be especially eager to see if she’s still got it (or got it back, given the lingering memories of a few rough patches in the late 2000s). For anyone who might have forgotten just how at ease Spears can seem on a ridiculously frantic stage, this is the go-to moment from when she was at her absolute peak, finding just the right balance between relaxed sexiness and incredibly rigid choreography.