The high profile event of MTV, Video Music Awards had Miley Cyrus hosting the show. This year the producers focused on creating animated GIF’s that quickly goes viral. The red carpet of the event buzzed with icons. Rihanna ruled the event while Kanye made her statement. The event was also a good comeback for Britney Spears. The Video Music Awards grabbed the attention of YouTubers at a larger than life level. Beyoncé won the prestigious Video of the Year. Rihanna stole the show away with her medley performances. Her ambitious and impressive choreography makes her the deserving person for the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
The side to side performance from Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj to Drake’s video made it a hotline bling. The art director eventually had conceived this idea with a difference. The song “This Is What You Came For” won the Best Male Video category. The performance of Nick Jonas did appeal to a larger mass. The four-minute promotional track by Kanye West added more excitement. With Kanye 2020 being upgraded, it featured a solo dance number from Teyana Taylor. The live highlights of the album Lemonade were brought in by Serena Williams. It featured a soulful ode to the victims.
The Video Music Awards featured a magnificent comeback for Britney Jean Spears. She looked great and her performance was awarded a standing ovation. The Best Female Video was awarded to Beyoncé by the women’s gymnastics team from the United States. Beyoncé also received the Video of the Year Award for Formation. She had dedicated the award to her daughter. The plight of the people of New Orleans was vividly captured in Formation. The band of Joe Jonas captured the spotlight this year and it might be Kevin’s band for the next year. The sizzling versatility of the Video Music Awards knew no bounds.