Getty Image The 2016 MTV VMAs were eventful, and for the most part a celebration of Rihanna. She had four separate medley performances of all her greatest hits, and the best moment of the night might have been the end of the show when her rumored boyfriend Drake presented her with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award.
When Rihanna kicked off the 2016 VMA’s, she energized and welcomed the screaming crowd with a few lines from 2007’s “Please Don’t Stop The Music” before launching into “Only Girl In The World.” Throughout the evening, she delivered hit after hit in a series of four medleys that showcased her diverse range of talent and style.
Rihanna’s 2016 VMAs is absolutely one she will never forget. Follow four (!) performances scattered throughout the ceremony — including an intro from Mary J.
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Getty Image The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards are in the books and, as things go, it’s customary to take a step back to survey the artists who shined brightest in a night filled with stars.
Few people are better suited to present Rihanna with an achievement award celebrating her entire career than Drake (okay, maybe Jay Z but hush).
While many of nature’s creatures attract a lot of attention and live in harmony with humans, the recent evidence seems to show us that bears are evolving to deal with the fact that we get in their way constantly.
MTV There’s nothing quite like a Kanye West awards show speech. Somehow they are always one of a kind even though everybody knows that it will be a rambling speech with some defensive parts, some insightful parts, some hilarious one-liners, and at least a few thoughts about race in America and Kanye’s idols.
https://cdn.streamable.com/video/mp4-mobile/3q61.mp4 Britney Spears and G-Eazy performed at the MTV VMAs.
After DNCE accepted the award for Best New Artist, The Chainsmokers and Halsey took the stage to perform their new hit song, “Closer,” against a snowy backdrop.
Getty Image During this unusual election season, some of the stories that have snatched headlines have been rather sensational.
In fiction, there are designations for characters called static and dynamic. Static means that throughout the arc of the story the character remains mostly the same, while dynamic means that they learn, grow and change.
The 2016 MTV VMAs Sunday night have showcased some of the best performances we’ve seen in a from both breakout artists and longtime favorites.
It took nine, long years but Britney Spears has finally made her return to the VMAs stage with her sultry performance of “Make Me” with G-Eazy.
MTV Honorable Empress Beyonce brought nothing but perfection to her VMAs performance this year, with a Lemonade medley that reminded everyone why it’s the best album of the year so far.
Nick Jonas and Ty Dolla $ign linked up for a live performance of “Bacon” at tonight’s MTV Video Music Awards.
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Kanye West reportedly had one restriction for his time on the MTV Video Music Awards telecast: it could only be four minutes.
We hardly had time to digest Kanye West’s sexually charged/ workout-themed video premiere starring Teyana Taylor for “Fade” and its shockingly bizarre finale, when Vanguard Award recipient and queen of the evening Rihanna took the stage for her second of four performances at Sunday Night’s MTV Video Music Awards ceremony in New York City.
Getty Image Iman Shumpert made his return to Madison Square Garden on Sunday. Well, kind of: the 2016 VMAs are taking place at MSG, and the former Knick made a bizarre appearance in the video for Kanye West’s “Fade” that no one saw coming.