Tag Archives | 2017 Video Music Awards

Drake Bell And Josh Peck Bury Their Feud With A Bromantic Gesture

Josh Peck and Drake Bell bury the hatchet-2Former cast mates Drake Bell and Josh Peck have put their issues aside and ended their feud after Josh neglected to invite Josh to his wedding back in June. “When you’re not invited to the wedding the message is clear,” the singer and Justin Bieber hater tweeted. “Ties are officially cut.”

Josh recently shared a photo of himself and his “Drake and Josh” co-star engaging in a heartfelt embrace along with a popular quote from their show. “Hug me…”

See Josh’s post below.

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DNCE’s Performance At The 2017 VMAs Was Anything But Sexy

DNCE's Throwback Performance At The 2017 VMAs Was Anything But Sexy feature2016’s “Best New Artist” winner DNCE returned to the MTV VMAs stage to perform “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” with Rod Stewart. Although the group walked the blue carpet at Sunday night’s show held at The Forum in California, the band’s pre-recorded performance was taped in Las Vegas where Rod is wrapping up his residency.

Watch DNCE and Rod’s VMA performance below.

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Déjà Vu: Demi Lovato Brings Another Pool Party To The VMAs

Demi Lovato Brings Another Pool Party To The VMAs featureDemi Lovato brought her “Sorry Not Sorry” pool party to the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, dressed in a blue bathing suit and hip-high chaps. Luckily, the singer wasn’t as nervous for Sunday night’s show compared to her shaky rendition of the “National Anthem” before the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight over the weekend.

Almost like a redo of her 2015 performance of “Cool For the Summer,” which was not well-received, Demi left Iggy Azalea at home.

Watch Demi’s “Sorry Not Sorry” performance below.

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Zayn Pulls His Head Out Of Gigi Hadid’s A** Long Enough To Tease New Music

Zayn announces new musicZayn may not have attended the 2017 MTV VMAs–or any other awards show event–but the singer still managed to be a part of the show. Soon after winning the VMA for “Best Collaboration” with Taylor Swift, the singer shared a message thanking his duet partner as well as delivering a special message for fans.

After making his successful debut with “Mind of Mine,” Zayn has remained relatively quiet on the music front. Other than he not-so-memorable release of “Still Got Time,” the singer has all but vanished from the public eye, opting to be a fashion designer and model with girlfriend Gigi Hadid. Whatever this new Z2 era has in store for fans, let’s all hope the singer has overcome his anxiety in order to actually perform his music in front of an audience.

Watch Zayn’s announcement below.

(Photo credit: Zayn Instagram account)

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Miley Cyrus Tries To Bridge The Generational Gap With Oddball “Younger Now” Performance At The 2017 VMAs

Miley Cyrus is feeling younger at the vmasMiley Cyrus returned to the MTV Video Music Awards as a performer once again after hosting the show in 2015. The singer performed her latest single, “Younger Now,” dressed in a pink cowgirl look and a bevy of elderly backup dancers.

Since its release, “Younger Now” hasn’t really been connecting with anyone besides her fan base, much like her first single “Malibu.” The widespread exposure from the awards show should help boost lackluster sales for the track.

Watch Miley’s performance below.

(Photo credit: MTV Instagram account)

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Paris Jackson Interrupts The 2017 VMAs With Her Very Own Political Agenda

Paris Jackson has a message for Trump at VMAsParis Jackson went a bit off-script at Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards. The model and fashion’s latest “It Girl” was originally supposed to come out and present the award for “Best Pop Video,” but had some things to get off of her chest first.

“I’m seeing a lot of love and light here and a lot of power. If we put all of our voices together, our impact would be … yuge,” the model. poking fun at President Donald Trump. “So let’s leave here tonight remembering that we must show these Nazi, white supremacist jerks, in Charlottesville and all over the country, that as a nation with liberty as our slogan, that we have zero tolerance for their violence, their hatred and their discrimination.”

“We must resist,” Paris said before resuming her task of announcing Fifth Harmony as the winner.

Watch Paris’ call to action below.

(Photo credit: MTV Instagram account)

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