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  1. On September 9, 2007 the MTV Video Music Awards aired live from The Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. It was the smallest VMAs ever held in many aspects: smallest venue, thus smallest audience, they removed 13 of the awards categories, and only 4 performances took place in the main stage: Chris Brown featuring Rihanna, Linkin Park, Alicia Keys and Britney Spears (well, there was a closing medley of Timbaland with Justin Timberlake, Nelly Furtado and others). Britney opened the show with a performance of her newly released song Gimme More, the lead single off her upcoming fifth studio album Blackout. The number started with the opening lines of Elvis Presley's Trouble that leads to her now iconic phrase "It's Britney, *****!" The original performance was supposed to involve magic tricks provided by Criss Angel. The truth about this original concept is still debated: he commented on an interview for People magazine that Britney failed to supply adequate preparation time, while other insiders claimed it was him who didn't make room for rehearsals. She would return the following year as the biggest winner of the night, however, she didn't perform at the VMAs again until 2016.
  2. Updates: Album is out: Anti-Hero Video: Taylor announced a visual album: Album drops midnight, a surprise coming 3am, and Anti-Hero video premieres tomorrow: Previously: She's coming!
  3. Iconic. 😭 15 years ago (2007) this week I hung out with Britney at the Palms in Las Vegas the night before her performance of "Gimme More" at the VMAs. At one point I was standing next to her and Paris Hilton at the same time; I was shook. I wish this experience happened when I was older and more comfortable with myself; I barely said anything all night cause I was honestly starstruck haha. A lot of people think these pics are Photoshopped cause of the shadow, but they’re real. I’m taller than the girls here cause I was standing on a step that lead out to an infinity pool at the Palms. Kinda annoying I have yet to be this cool again 😂. The next year her whole life would change. It sucks that they robbed Britney of so much (and also put a sour taste in her mouth regarding Vegas), but happy to see her rebuilding and healing. Would be fun to recreate this 😹. Anyway, just wanted to share. 🍭🙏🌹.
  4. On September 9, 1999 Britney Spears made her VMA's debut performing ...Baby One More Time in a medley with NSYNC's Tearin' Up My Heart. Her ...Baby One More Time video was nominated for several categories, but didn't get any of the awards: Best Female Video - lost to Lauryn Hill's Doo Wop (That Thing) Best Pop Video - lost to Ricky Martin's Livin' la Vida Loca Best Choreography in a Video - lost to Fatboy Slim's Praise You International Viewer's Choice Award (MTV Russia) - lost to Ricky Martin's Livin' la Vida Loca
  5. On September 6, 2001, the MTV Video Music Awards aired live from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. Fatboy Slim was the biggest winner of the night with six moonmen, for the video Weapon of Choice, followed by NSYNC with 4 and the collaboration between Christina Aguilera, Lil Kim, Mýa and Pink for Lady Marmalade with 2, including Video of the Year. It also featured memorials for Aaliyah and Joey Ramone. The show counted with performances by Jennifer Lopez, Linkin Park, Alicia Keys and NSYNC featuring MIchael Jackson among others, but the biggest event was Britney Spears' performance of I'm a Slave 4 U, the lead single off her third studio album Britney set to be released later that year. The performance had a jungle theme and she started it by standing inside a cage with a live tiger. Besides a heavy choreography that featured what would later become her signature dance breakdown, the performance included towards the end another live animal, an albino python (named Banana). The performance became an instant classic, and to this day is remembered as one of the best performances of the VMA's. That year, Britney was nominated for Best Pop Video (Stronger) but lost to NSYNC's Pop.
  6. When I was watching the Grammys I got bored after only watching 30 minutes I felt like I was watching someone say who the winner is and the winner gives a speech with some performances (some good some boring) But the VMAs were really exciting the place was really cool the artists there were more well known The beggining with Jack Harlow in the airplane, Johny Depp was the moon guy, Nicki Minaj slayed, Avril Lavigne was there The whole show felt energtic
  7. On August 31, 2006, the MTV Video Music Awards of that year took place at the Radio City Music Hall in New York. The show was criticized by critics and viewers alike as "uninteresting and lacking substance" at the time. However it counted with performances by Shakira and Wyclef Jean, Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Missy Elliott, Justin Timberlake, among others. One infamous, and often overlooked moment of the night, was Britney Spears and Kevin Federline's appearance via satellite (it was actually pre-recorded earlier that month) to present the award for Best R&B Video (Beyoncé's Check on It ft. Slim Thug and Bun B). The skit shows a pregnant Britney and Kevin getting ready for their appearance, supposedly unaware that they're being recorded. They make fun of themselves for the parenting skills they lacked according to the media at the time.
  8. The MTV Video Music Awards 2015 were held on August 30, 2015 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. They were hosted by Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift was the biggest winner, including the categories of Video of the Year and Best Female Video. Britney Spears presented the award to the winner of Best Male Video, who was Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars for Uptown Funk. We can see Cameron Duddy in the back, who directed the Uptown Funk music video, as well as Britney's Pretty Girls.
  9. The 2022 MTV VMAs are coming this evening! I'm so excited to see Nicki Minaj receive the Video Vanguard award and slay us with a great performance. Rumor is Lil Kim will join her. Is this the new Famos surprise? We shall see... I also am looking forward to the other performances. Who do you think will take home the most VMAs? I don't wanna make this the official VMAs Thread I'm sure a mod or Caleb Ellis has one planned. this one is for fun!
  10. On August 29, 2002, the MTV Video Music Awards 2002 were held at the Radio City Music Hall in New York. After an opening skit, Jimmy Fallon and no other than James Brown welcomed Britney Spears onstage, who introduced Michael Jackson and then, the two of them presented the winner of the Best Pop Video category (No Doubt). Before that, Britney gave Michael a special award as a way of recognition for his birthday, however, Michael misinterpreted her words and believed he was getting honored as the Artist of the Millennium (it's not like he was far from that though). Britney was nominated for three categories that night, but didn't win any of them: Best Female Video (I'm a Slave 4 U) - lost to Pink's Get This Party Started Best Dance Video (I'm a Slave 4 U) - lost to Pink's Get This Party Started too Best Choreography (I'm a Slave 4 U, Wade Robson) - lost to Kylie Minogue's Can't Get You Out of My Head (Michael Rooney) This was the first VMA's ceremony that didn't count with a live performance by Britney Spears since her debut in 1999.
  11. WE NEED MORE PEOPLE TO KNOW ABOUT THE SONG AND HELP STREAM AND BUY THE SONG THIS WEEK! WE CAN NOT DO THIS ALONE! So Today August 28, 2022 at 9:00 PM GMT-3 We are going to TREND #holdmecloser at the time VMAs are airing and all the fanbase are on social media TO SHOW THEM THE SONG AND MAKE PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT IT. Also nice to have Britney trending during VMAs Share the link to the video with the hashtag #holdmecloser also you can use as many hashtag as you want like #BritneyEltonVMA - #BritneyreturnVMA
  12. On August 28, 2011 the VMA's were held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. Britney Spears received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for her influence and impact in music. The award was presented by Lady Gaga in her character of Jo Calderone, giving an introductory speech which was followed by a medley performance by a group of girl dancers, featuring Britney's most iconic outfits throughout her music video career. Britney and Gaga had a moment of silence onstage, where they exchanged looks while making the audience believe they were gonna kiss (as a reference to Britney and Madonna's kiss in 2003) only for Britney to interrupt saying she "had done that already" Together they proceeded to introduce Beyoncé's performance That night, Britney also won Best Pop Video for Till the World Ends The same video was also nominated for Best Choreography, but lost to Beyoncé's Run the World (Girls).
  13. On August 28, 2016 the VMA's were held at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan. Rihanna received the Video Vanguard Award, and Beyoncé won 8 awards that night, overtaking Madonna's record of most moonmen with a total of 26. That year, also marked the return of Britney Spears to the VMA's stage since her last, heavily criticized performance in 2007. Britney performed the lead single off her ninth studio album Glory, Make Me... which features rapper G-Eazy. He joined her onstage to do his rap, and then the performance transitioned to Me, Myself and I, a song originally performed by G-Eazy and Bebe Rexha. They closed the number by doing the final part of Make Me...
  14. On August 28, 2003, the VMA's were hosted at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. To open the show, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera performed together Madonna's classic hit Like a Virgin, and were later joined by Madonna herself to perform Hollywood. In the middle of the performance, Madonna kissed Britney and then Christina, going down in history as one of the most iconic moments of the VMA's and awards shows in general. Missy Elliott then appeared onstage to perform her song Work It, and then the four together will close the performance with Hollywood again. Britney also had a nomination that night for Best Video from a Film, for Boys (Co-Ed Remix) ft. Pharrell Williams, but lost to Eminem's Lose Yourself.
  15. It’s rumoured that MTV have asked Britney Spears and Madonna to present the "Video of the Year" award at the 2022 VMAs. Nothing is confirmed However, Britney has turned down many job offers so far. Do you believe it?
  16. Christina send a kiss to Britney (that all of you noticed), but Britney give back at the end of the perfomance: The last gif is from the audience member version of the perfomance that was in Youtube, Madonna is like what happen.
  17. Matt Walsh says today's new rebels is wearing your clothes, worshipping jesus christ and celebrating patriotism. He says what Madonna and the VMAS are doing is running out of ideas cos people are bored with celebrating satan, celebrating s** and celebrating being an outdated rebel.
  18. The MTV VMA's went down Sunday, Sep. 12, live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. And the winners are... Video of the Year Cardi B: “WAP” [ft. Megan Thee Stallion] DJ Khaled / Drake: “Popstar” (Starring Justin Bieber) Doja Cat: “Kiss Me More” [ft. SZA] Ed Sheeran: “Bad Habits” WINNER: Lil Nas X: “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” The Weeknd: “Save Your Tears” Artist of the Year Ariana Grande Doja Cat WINNER: Justin Bieber Megan Thee Stallion Olivia Rodrigo Taylor Swift Song of the Year 24kGoldn: “Mood” [ft. Iann Dior] BTS: “Dynamite” Cardi B: “WAP” [ft. Megan Thee Stallion] Dua Lipa: “Levitating” WINNER: Olivia Rodrigo: “Drivers License” Bruno Mars / Anderson .Paak / Silk Sonic: “Leave the Door Open” Best New Artist, Presented by Facebook 24kGoldn Giveon The Kid Laroi WINNER: Olivia Rodrigo Polo G Saweetie Group of the Year Blackpink WINNER: BTS CNCO Foo Fighters Jonas Brothers Maroon 5 Bruno Mars / Anderson .Paak / Silk Sonic Twenty One Pilots Push Performance of the Year September 2020: Wallows – “Are You Bored Yet?” October 2020: Ashnikko – “Daisy” November 2020: Saint Jhn – “Gorgeous” December 2020: 24kGoldn – “Coco” January 2021: JC Stewart – “Break My Heart” February 2021: Latto – “s** Lies” March 2021: Madison Beer – “Selfish” April 2021: The Kid Laroi – “Without You” WINNER: May 2021: Olivia Rodrigo – “Drivers License” June 2021: Girl in Red – “Serotonin” July 2021: Fousheé – “my slime” August 2021: Jxdn – “Think About Me” Best Collaboration 24kGoldn: “Mood” [ft. Iann dior] Cardi B: “WAP” [ft. Megan Thee Stallion] WINNER: Doja Cat: “Kiss Me More” [ft. SZA] Drake: “Laugh Now Cry Later” [ft. Lil Durk] Justin Bieber: “Peaches” [ft. Daniel Caesar and Giveon] Miley Cyrus: “Prisoner” [ft. Dua Lipa] Best Pop Ariana Grande: “Positions” Billie Eilish: “Therefore I Am” BTS: “Butter” Harry Styles: “Treat People With Kindness” WINNER: Justin Bieber: “Peaches” [ft. Daniel Caesar and Giveon] Olivia Rodrigo: “Good 4 U” Shawn Mendes: “Wonder” Taylor Swift: “Willow” Best Hip-Hop Cardi B: “WAP” [ft. Megan Thee Stallion] Drake: “Laugh Now Cry Later” [ft. Lil Durk] Lil Baby: “On Me (Remix)” [ft. Megan Thee Stallion] Moneybagg Yo: “Said Sum” Polo G: “Rapstar” WINNER: Travis Scott: “Franchise” [ft. Young Thug and M.I.A.] Best Rock Evanescence: “Use My Voice” Foo Fighters: “Shame Shame” WINNER: John Mayer: “Last Train Home” The Killers: “My Own Soul’s Warning” Kings of Leon: “The Bandit” Lenny Kravitz: “Raise Vibration” Best Alternative Bleachers: “Stop Making This Hurt” Glass Animals: “Heat Waves” Imagine Dragons: “Follow You” WINNER: Machine Gun Kelly: “My Ex’s Best Friend” [ft. Blackbear] Twenty One Pilots: “Shy Away” Willow: “Transparent Soul” [ft. Travis Barker] Best Latin Bad Bunny / Jhay Cortez: “Dákiti” WINNER: Billie Eilish / Rosalía: “Lo Vas a Olvidar” Black Eyed Peas / Shakira: “Girl Like Me” J Balvin / Dua Lipa / Bad Bunny / Tainy: “Un Dia (One Day)” Karol G: “Bichota” Maluma: “Hawái” Best R&B Beyoncé / Blue Ivy / Saint Jhn / WizKid: “Brown Skin Girl” Chris Brown / Young Thug: “Go Crazy” Giveon: “Heartbreak Anniversary” H.E.R.: “Come Through” [ft. Chris Brown] WINNER: Bruno Mars / Anderson .Paak / Silk Sonic: “Leave the Door Open” SZA: “Good Days” Best K-Pop (G)I-dle: “Dumdi Dumdi” Blbackpink / Selena Gomez: “Ice Cream” WINNER: BTS: “Butter” Monsta X: “Gambler” Seventeen: “Ready to Love” Twice: “Alcohol-Free” Song of Summer Billie Eilish: “Happier Than Ever” WINNER: BTS: “Butter” Camila Cabello: “Don’t Go Yet” DJ Khaled: “Every Chance I Get” [ft. Lil Baby and Lil Durk] Doja Cat: “Need to Know” Dua Lipa: “Levitating” Ed Sheeran: “Bad Habits” Giveon: “Heartbreak Anniversary” Justin Bieber: “Peaches” [ft. Daniel Caesar and Giveon] The Kid Laroi / Justin Bieber: “Stay” Lil Nas X / Jack Harlow: “Industry Baby” Lizzo: “Rumors” [ft. Cardi B] Megan Thee Stallion: “Thot ****” Normani: “Wild Side” [ft. Cardi B] Olivia Rodrigo: “Good 4 U” Shawn Mendes / Tainy: “Summer of Love” Video for Good WINNER: Billie Eilish: “Your Power” Demi Lovato: “Dancing With the Devil” H.E.R.: “Fight for You” Kane Brown: “Worldwide Beautiful” Lil Nas X: “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” Pharrell Williams: “Entrepreneur” [ft. Jay-Z] Best Direction Billie Eilish: “Your Power” (dir. Billie Eilish) DJ Khaled ft. Drake: “Popstar” (dir. Director X) WINNER: Lil Nas X: “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” (dir. Lil Nas X and Tanu Muino) Taylor Swift: “Willow” (dir. Taylor Swift) Travis Scott ft. Young Thug & M.I.A: “Franchise” (dir. Travis Scott) Tyler, the Creator: “Lumberjack” (dir. Wolf Haley) Best Cinematography WINNER: Beyoncé / Blue Ivy / Saint Jhn / WizKid: “Brown Skin Girl” (cinematography: Benoit Soler, Malik H. Sayeed, MOHAMMAED ATTA AHMED, Santiago Gonzalez, Ryan Helfant) Billie Eilish: “Therefore I Am” (cinematography: Rob Witt) Foo Fighters: “Shame Shame” (cinematography: Santiago Gonzalez) Justin Bieber ft. Chance the Rapper: “Holy” (cinematography: Elias Talbot) Lady Gaga: “911” (cinematography: Jeff Cronenweth) Lorde: “Solar Power” (cinematography: Andrew Stroud) Best Art Direction Beyoncé / Shatta Wale / Major Lazer: “Already” (art direction: Susan Linns, Gerard Santos) Ed Sheeran: “Bad Habits” (art direction: Alison Dominitz) Lady Gaga: “911” (art direction: Tom Foden, Peter Andrus) Lil Nas X: “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” (art direction: John Richoux) WINNER: Saweetie ft. Doja Cat: “Best Friend” (art direction: Art Haynes) Taylor Swift: “Willow” (art direction: Ethan Tobman, Regina Fernandez) Best Visual Effects Bella Poarch: “Build a *****” (visual effects: Andrew Donoho, Denhov Visuals, Denis Strahhov, Rein Jakobson, Vahur Kuusk, Tatjana Pavlik, Yekaterina Vetrova) Coldplay: “Higher Power” (visual effects: Mathematic) Doja Cat / The Weeknd: “You Right” (visual effects: La Pac, Anthony Lestremau, Julien Missaire, Petr Shkolniy, Alexi Bailla, Micha Sher, Antoine Hache, Mikros MPC, Nicolas Huget, Guillaume Ho Tsong Fang, Benjamin Lenfant, Stephane Pivron, MPC Bangalore, Chanakya Chander, Raju Ganesh, David Rouxel) Glass Animals: “Tangerine” (visual effects: Ronan Fourreau) WINNER: Lil Nas X: “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” (visual effects: Mathematic) P!nk: “All I Know So Far” (visual effects: Dave Meyers, Freenjoy Inc) Best Choreography Ariana Grande: “34+35” (choreography: Brian Nicholson & Scott Nicholson) BTS: “Butter” (choreography: SON SUNG DEUK With BHM PERFORMANCE DIRECTING TEAM) Ed Sheeran: “Bad Habits” (choreography: Natricia Bernard) Foo Fighters: “Shame Shame” (choreography: Nina McNeely) WINNER: Harry Styles: “Treat People With Kindness” (choreography: Paul Roberts) Marshmello / Halsey: “Be Kind” (choreography: Dani Vitale) Best Editing BTS: “Butter” (editing: Yong Seok Choi from Lumpens) Drake: “What’s Next” (editing: Noah Kendal) Harry Styles: “Treat People With Kindness” (editing: Claudia Wass) Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar, Giveon: “Peaches” (editing: Mark Mayr, Vinnie Hobbs) Miley Cyrus ft. Dua Lipa: “Prisoner” (editing: William Town at Modern Post) WINNER: Bruno Mars / Anderson .Paak / Silk Sonic: “Leave the Door Open” (editing: Troy Charbonnet) U.S. Global Icon Award Foo Fighters Best Breakthrough Song Masked Wolf: “Astronaut in the Ocean” WINNER: Claire Rosinkranz: “Backyard Boy” Bella Poarch: “Build a *****” Yung Baby Tate: “I Am” [ft. Flo Milli] Whoheem: “Let’s Link” Best Comeback Song WINNER: Aly & AJ: “Potential Breakup Song” Destiny’s Child: “Bills, Bills, Bills” Fleetwood Mac: “Dreams” Simple Plan: “I’m Just a Kid” Boney M.: “Rasputin” Missy Elliott: “Work It” Best Artist x Creator Collab WINNER: Mustard Watermelon by @Lizzo x @yayayayummy “Blackbird” Duet by @joejonas x @itsbenhorsburgh Fan Duet by @charlieputh x @jvke Soup Song by @johnmayer x @itsjamiebiotch Mom It Was Never a Phase by @alltimelow x @yungricepatty “Unwritten” Dance by @natashabedingfield x @rony_boyy Best Audio Mashup WINNER: “Shaxicula” (“Toxic” x “Love Shack” x “Dragula”) by Britney Spears / The B-52’s / Rob Zombie x @djcummerbund “Baby One More Time x Levitating" by Britney Spears / Dua Lipa x @adamusic_ “Castaways x Dilemma" by The Backyardigans / Nelly ft. Kelly Rowland x @djbabyq "Good 4 U x Misery Business" by Olivia Rodrigo / Paramore x @nikjaay "Watermelon Sugar x Seaside" by Harry Styles / SEB x @SEBS_LOVESONGS Best Viral Dance WINNER: “Twerkulator” by City Girls x @layzchipz “Adderall (Corvette Corvette)” by Popp Hunna x @yvnggprince “Gimme More” by Britney Spears x @jaedengomezz & @karaleighcannella “Ooowwweee” by Peewee Longway & Money Man x @thats.so.bre “Savage” by Megan Thee Stallion x @keke.janajah “Up” by Cardi B x @theemyanicole and @cchrvs
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  20. Taylor Swift won Best Direction, an industry-voted category, at the VMAs for her video "The Man." "I was told this was an industry-voted award, so I want to say thank you to everyone in the industry who voted for this video but I also want to really thank the fans because you are the only reason why this industry even cares about anything I do," she said. "And everything you guys have done with folklore this summer, I’m just so blown away and taken aback by your generosity to me so thank you for everything. I hope I get to see you soon." Stream folklore
  21. 6.4 million people tuned in to watch the VMAs Sunday night. The show was broadcast live on MTV and the 12 other ViacomCBS brands. This year's show saw only a 5% dip in overall viewership compared to 2019. According to a new report from Variety, the show generated 41.1 million impressions on social media. It was the second-most socialed event of the year (just 7% behind the Super Bowl). There's a lot of figures floating around regarding last year's ratings. Some sites report last year's VMAs had 4.9 million. Which would mean this year's smashed last year's. This year's show felt miles better than last year's. Super here for this virtual format. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
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