2021 MTV Video Music Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees


CBS News 13 September, 2021 - 06:37am 13 views

Who won the VMA awards?

The night's big winner was Lil Nas X, who took home multiple awards, including the coveted Video of the Year trophy as well as honors for Best Direction and Best Visual Effects, all for his single "Montero (Call Me by Your Name)." EW.comMTV VMA Winners 2021: See the full list | EW.com

What did BTS win at the Vmas 2021?

South Korean band BTS or Bangtan Sonyeondan walked away with the Group of the Year Award, Song of Summer and the Best K-Pop Award at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards. News18MTV Video Music Awards: BTS Wins Best Group, Best K-Pop, Song of Summer, Shares Sweet Message for ARMYs

Who opened the MTV Awards?

Madonna opened the show with a voiceover about her arrival in New York City and the beginning of MTV. CBS News2021 MTV VMAs: Lil Nas X takes home top prize and more highlights


Fox News 13 September, 2021 - 08:10am

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The MTV Video Music Awards is airing live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

The 2021 MTV VMAs will air on MTV on Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. ET.

Singer-rapper Doja Cat will serve as the host of the show.

Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Kacey Musgraves, Justin Bieber and more are all slated to perform.

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Megan Fox and Kourtney Kardashian took the stage to introduce the final performance of the night. Machine Gun Kelly performed while Travis Barker played the drums.

MGK ended the performance by slamming his guitar into the stage until he broke it to pieces.

The rapper took home the award for his song, "MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)."

Lil Nas X performed some of his hit songs earlier in the night.

The rapper wore a red suit and matching hat as he rapped some of his most famous songs. He was joined by rapper Spliff Star.

"This is so crazy," the 18-year-old pop star said while accepting her second award. Rodrigo also took home the award for song of the year.

The pop star changed outfits into a strapless pink gown to accept the award.

Machine Gun Kelly took home the award for best alternative. The musician gave girlfriend Megan Fox a kiss before heading to the stage to accept his award.

MGK revealed he almost didn’t release the song he won with, "my ex's best friend." "I hate it, don’t put it out," he recalled telling his manager.

Alicia Keys stunned during her performance in a floor-length gold sequined gown featuring a train. The star performed "Empire State of Mind" in the wake of the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

The Foo Fighters gave fans a medley performance of some of their greatest hits. On top of winning the first ever Global Icon Award, the band will also be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year.

The Foo Fighters thanked MTV for the honor.

BTS sent a message to their fans as they couldn't make the show. "We feel so blessed and grateful for all of the love we received this year."

98 Degrees and Back Street Boys members presented the award to BTS, in fitting moment.

Doja Cat and SZA took home the award for best collaboration for their song "Kiss Me More."

Doja Cat commented on her unusual outfit change as she accepted her award. "I look like a worm," she said. "That's dope. I never thought I'd be dressed as a worm while accepting an award."

Travis Scott took home the best hip hop award for his song "Franchise" featuring Young Thug and M.I.A.

The rapper shouted out his first daughter Stormi in his acceptance speech. Scott is expecting his second child with Kylie Jenner.

The pop star picked up another big win. He kissed wife Hailey Bieber, who donned an outfit change.

Bieber emphasized how music can "bring us all together" in his acceptance speech after mentioning how the coronavirus pandemic left us in "unprecedented times."

"I really do believe the best is yet to come."

Doja Cat performed two of her songs while wearing a stunning red jumpsuit.

The pop star wore a black sequined dress with pink and black tulle accents while she sang and danced. Cabello then introduced her boyfriend Shawn Mendes, who performed "Summer of Love."

Billie Eilish takes home the award for video for good. The pop star thanked her fans and emphasized the award was fan-voted. "I really love you," she said told the audience.

Eilish also noted that we need to "protect" young women "at all costs." "We have to remember that we all have power and we have to remember not to abuse it."

The rapper performed a choreographed dance in the middle of his song "Industry Baby." Jack Harlow joined him. Lil Nas X ended his performance with "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)."

Lil Nas X used his performance to bring awareness to AIDS. Mardrequs Harris, Southern AIDS Coalition’s Director of Community Investments, participated onstage during the performance.

Tyler Joseph and his wife Jenna Black welcomed their first child in February.

The pop star thanked his little brother, mom, dad and grandparents before shouting out his wife Hailey Bieber.

The "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" singer made a political statement before presenting an award. "Girls still wanna have fun. We also want to have funds, equal pay, control over our bodies, you know- fundamental rights," Lauper said. "Ok, back to the awards."

Musgraves used fire to stun fans with her latest song "Star-Crossed." The country music star released her latest album on Sept. 10.

Rodrigo, 18, won the award for Best Song for "Driver's License." She dedicated the award to "all the girls who write songs on their bedroom floor."

The "Let's Get Loud" singer wore a sequined skirt and showed off skin with a laced- up black top.

Olivia Rodrigo performed her hit song "Good 4 U" while wearing a lavender mini dress paired with Doc Martens. Fans went crazy for the 18-year-old pop star, singing along with Rodrigo. The musician shattered a video camera with her microphone during the electric performance.

Madonna, who wore a cheeky leather bodysuit, opened up the show. "We're still here motherf-----s," she said before welcoming Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber to the stage.

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Simone Biles Stuns in Side-Slit Dress on 2021 VMAs Red Carpet

Life&Style Weekly 12 September, 2021 - 07:09pm

Wow! Olympic gymnast Simone Biles stunned in a light-pink dress on the red carpet at the 2021 MTV VMAs on Sunday, September 12.

The gymnast, 24, wore a one-shoulder, faint-pink dress that featured a flattering side slit to showcase her legs while teasing she would be on-stage later in the show.

This marks the second time the elite athlete has attended the annual awards show. She last made an appearance at the 2016 event alongside four of the Final Five — Aly Raisman, Madison Kocian and Laurie Hernandez — with whom she competed as Team USA in Rio de Janeiro. Final Five teammate Gabby Douglas had to sit the VMAs out due to being hospitalized at the time.

The four-time gold medalist looked amazing both years on the red carpet — but she is dedicated to breaking boundaries surrounding beauty standards. “I’m tired of everything in life being turned into a competition, so I’m standing up for myself and for everyone else that has gone through the same,” Simone revealed via Instagram in February 2020. “Today, I say I am done competing versus beauty standards and the toxic culture of trolling when others feel as though their expectations are not met because nobody should tell you or I what beauty should or should not look like.”

When the Ohio native isn’t being a fashion icon or wowing on the red carpet, you can find Simone hanging out with her boyfriend, NFL player Jonathan Owens. “He would say I slid into his DMs. I saw him and I was like, ‘Oh, he’s pretty cute,’ so I said hi,” Simone told the Wall Street Journal in August 2021 about how she and the Houston Texans star met. “And then, I saw that he was in the Houston area, so we started chatting a little bit, and then, we went to hang out a week or two later.”

The dynamic duo celebrated their one-year anniversary last month. “He’s a real man. I love him. We have a great time together,” she gushed over the football star during a January 2021 livestream interview on the Today show. “Our personalities match right up. We have the same sense of humor. He’s just great. He’s an athlete, too, so we really understand each other, and I think that’s why our relationship has been seamless.”

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