VMAs

Op-Eds

Britney Spears Reclaims Her Voice: 'Glory' Makes Everything Right Again

Glory isn’t really the theme of this album. It’s more like… contentment.
Richard S. He
8.30.16
Essays

Pop Is Dead, Long Live the Artist: The VMAs 2016

Was this real? Or was it simply a clever bit of stagecraft? Could there be a more irrelevant question? It's the VMAs!
Kyle Kramer
8.29.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Rihanna Perform at the VMAs Because You Need Something to Talk About Tomorrow at Work

ALL CAPS THOUGHTS.
Noisey Staff
8.29.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Who Needs Exercise When You Can Watch Ariana Grande's and Nicki Minaj's Spin-Themed VMA Performance

You could go lift, brah, but you're better off watching Nicki and Ariana perform "Side by Side" instead.
Noisey Staff
8.29.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here It Is, the Best Thing Ever to Happen on TV: Beyoncé's Performance at the VMAs

She did half of 'Lemonade,' and, seriously, you've never seen a televised performance like this before.
Noisey Staff
8.29.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Holy Shit! Britney's Back Baby!

Watch Britney grab G-Eazy's crotch.
Noisey Staff
8.29.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here's Kanye West's New Video for "Fade," Premiered at the VMAs

He used that four minutes for a wide-ranging speech and an incredible premiere that features Teyana Taylor. Watch both now.
Alex Robert Ross
8.29.16
Music

The VMAs Are Giving Kanye "Four Minutes to Do Whatever He Wants on Stage"

Will he sing? Will he dance? Will he try to hold his breath but actually be breathing through his nose? There's only one way to find out.
Alex Robert Ross
8.25.16
Op-Eds

Why Can’t Britain Put On One Decent Awards Show?

Only 189,000 people tuned in to watch the Mercury Prize this year. What happened? We used to be great at this.
11.30.15
Op-Eds

We Need to Retire the Word “Bitch"

Nicki's frustration with Miley is understandable, but we become our own worst enemy when we use that word against ourselves.
Kat George
9.10.15
Op-Eds

Bro, Listen to the Kids: The 2015 VMAs Tried Way Too Damn Hard

The 2015 ceremony represented MTV lurching toward the center of a dialogue it’s less and less a part of. The prestige it keeps, it snatches.
Craig Jenkins
8.31.15
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Justin Bieber Levitate, Cry, and Perform "Where Are Ü Now" and "What Do You Mean" at the MTV VMAs

It's beautiful.
Eric Sundermann
8.31.15
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