Taylor Swift won video of a year, Miley Cyrus quickly flashed one of her breasts and Kanye West ranted during a MTV Video Music Awards.
After Swift won a tip esteem for “Bad Blood,” Cyrus was backstage vocalization and stealing behind a curtain, though one of her breasts seemed onscreen before a camera cut away. MTV pronounced a shave will be private from all destiny broadcasts.
Cyrus sealed a uncover during a Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles with a performance, that started with a line: “Yeah, we fume pot.”
She’s not a usually one: West, who pronounced he got high before going onstage on Sunday, gave a wayward debate as he apologized to Taylor Swift for holding her microphone in 2009, revelation “I don’t know awards shows,” bashing MTV, and claiming he would run for boss in 2020.
Swift presented West with a Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award on Sunday night during a Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
“This locus tomorrow is gonna be a totally opposite setup, this theatre will be gone. After that night, a theatre was gone, though a impact that it had on people remained,” West pronounced of using onstage during Swift’s debate during a 2009 VMAs. “The problem was a contradiction. The counterbalance is we do quarrel for artists, though in that quarrel we somehow was unpleasant to artists. we didn’t know how to contend a right thing, a ideal thing.”
It was only one of a thespian moments during a awards show. Nicki Minaj called Miley Cyrus out during a MTV Video Music Awards after a 22-year-old pronounced in an talk that a rapper was being a bad competition about not receiving a assignment for video of a year.
After collecting best hip-hop video for “Anaconda” on Sunday, Minaj told a audience: “And now behind to this b—- that had a lot to contend about me a lot in a press. Miley, what’s good?”
Minaj’s microphone was cut off, and Cyrus dismissed behind with “we all know how they manipulate” difference during interviews, referencing a pre-VMAs talk in a New York Times. Cyrus afterwards stumbled over her difference as she attempted to review from evidence cards about voting for a artist to watch award.
“I mislaid this endowment in 2008 and we was excellent with it. Whatever! Because it’s no large deal. It’s only an endowment and we persevered,” she yelled, appearing to demeanour over during Minaj. She finished with: “Congratulations Nicki.”
Justin Bieber returned to a large theatre with sharp dance moves to his strike “Where Are U Now” and new single, “What Do You Mean.” He was romantic by a finish of a opening and cried onstage.
Tori Kelly was a outspoken powerhouse during her opening of “Should’ve Been Us,” finale in a cappella to a rousing applause. The Weeknd’s hazed opening of “Can’t Feel My Face” was enterprising and smooth, and even West, Swift and Selena Gomez got out of a chairs to dance to a upbeat track. And Demi Lovato brought a voluptuous vibe when she sang her anthemic “Cool for a Summer” outdoor with credentials dancers wearing splendid colors that combined to a song’s summer-feel.
Cyrus hosted a VMAs dual years after she stole a uncover with a risque, though noted opening with Robin Thicke, and a year after winning a tip esteem for “Wrecking Ball.” She took a selfie with people in a assembly and asked them to yell: “Marijuana.” “Ellen, we ain’t got zero on this,” she said.
Cyrus announced during a finish of a uncover that her new manuscript is accessible online for free.
Here is a list of a winners of Sunday night’s 2015 MTV Music Video Awards in Los Angeles:
Video of a Year: Taylor Swift featuring Kendrick Lamar, “Bad Blood.”
Male Video: Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk.”
Female Video: Taylor Swift, “Blank Space.”
Hip-hop Video: Nicki Minaj, “Anaconda.”
Pop Video: Taylor Swift, “Blank Space.”
Rock Video: Fall Out Boy, “Uma Thurman.”
Artist to Watch: Fetty Wap, “Trap Queen.”
Collaboration: Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood”
Video With a Social Message: Big Sean featuring Kanye West and John Legend, “One Man Can Change a World.”
Art Direction: Snoop Dogg – “So Many Pros” (Jason Fijal)
Choreography: OK Go – “I Won’t Let You Down” (OK Go, air:man and Mori Harano)
Cinematography: Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me” (Larkin Sieple)
Direction: Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” (Colin Tilley The Little Homies)
Editing: Beyoncé – “7/11” (Beyoncé, Ed Burke, Jonathan Wing)
Visual Effects: Skrillex Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer)
Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award: Kanye West.