“People who boast about their IQ are losers.” Who said it, Jaden Smith or Stephen Hawking? These are the kinds of games you’ll play on “Broke A$$ Game Show.”
The upcoming show will be executive produced by Queen Latifah.
While the homeless teen made quite an impact on this year’s MTV gala, his heightened profile has brought lingering legal issues to light.
Beyoncé clearly won the night, but since we don’t want anyone going home feeling like a loser (seriously, it’s an honor to even perform at the VMAs), we here at Radio.com decided to give out a few awards of our own.
We’ve all had the same thought when Survivor characters battle for a reward or Road Rulers skydive over the Grand Canyon: they won’t show it if someone dies. Apparently one reality series did dare show a dead body on it, and MTV is paying the price.
When Miley Cyrus takes the stage in New York City tonight (Jan. 28) for the latest edition of MTV’s long-running Unplugged series, she’ll be joined by someone who could teach even her a thing or two about controversial pop: Madonna.
“If I really want[ed] to come out and do a raunchy sex show, I wouldn’t have been dressed as a damn bear,” Cyrus said, reflecting on her VMA performance.
For the Brooklyn neighborhood of Prospect Heights, the VMAs at Barclays Center were one block party that caught residents very unaware.
Let’s be honest, no one really cares who takes home a Moonman at the MTV Video Music Awards. It’s really all about the performances. That being said, we here at Radio.com decided to rank them and figure out who the night’s real winner is.
*NSYNC reunited (!!!!), Miley twerked, Gaga demanded your applause and, oh yeah, here’s who won.
Today, (August 21) MTV announced that Drake will perform his VMA nominated single “Started From the Bottom.” This will mark the first time he will sing the track live on television.
At this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, fans might not only see performances from the likes of Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Kanye West, but the reunion of *NSYNC.
Justin Timberlake has been added to the star-studded performance roster for this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.
Was it all really an elaborate stunt to promote this year’s VMAs, or did Daft Punk really decide at the last-minute to save their first big TV appearance of 2013 for the VMAs instead of Colbert?
Last week, Colbert announced that Daft Punk could not appear as scheduled on his show, The Colbert Report, because of a contractual obligation with MTV. He then announced that the band would be performing at the VMAs. The thing was, it was supposed to be a secret.
The appearance will mark the seventh time West has rocked the Video Music Awards, tying Madonna for the most VMA performances.