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Pink is being honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs this month, joining a long line of past recipients like Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Madonna, and Justin Timberlake. The "What About Us" singer never fails to put on a show, and we can't wait to see what she has in store for the big event - especially since her performances have been some of the most unforgettable in VMAs history. In honor of her huge milestone, we've rounded up Pink's best VMAs moments. RelatedThe Most Gorgeous Pictures of Pink Flying Through the Air »
- Brittney Stephens
Since the MTV VMAs first aired in 1984, there have been loads of memorable moments on the red carpet, on stage, and everywhere in between. Over the years we've seen Lil' Kim's purple pasty, Britney Spears with a giant snake, and Miley Cyrus's infamous tongue - but there's also a long and storied history of hot celebrity couples attending the big show together. Pairs like Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, Jay Z and Beyoncé, and Kanye West and Amber Rose have all shown Pda for the cameras - and who can forget Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley's shocking onstage kiss in 1994? Ahead of this year's ceremony, we've rounded up the sweet, hilarious, slightly mortifying moments from celebrity couples at the VMAs since the '80s. You may have forgotten that some of them were even a thing. Scroll through to see them all now, then check out »
- Brittney Stephens
Pink is not here for anybody bringing up old beefs.
The 37-year-old singer called out a Twitter user on Thursday for a snarky comment about her receiving the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Music Awards this year.
"Let's celebrate @Pink's Vanguard Award with the only relevant video of her career, starring as Xtina backup singer," the Twitter user wrote, with a clip of the 2001 "Lady Marmalade" music video starring Pink, Aguilera, as well as Mya and 'Lil Kim.
Watch: Pink Makes Powerful Statement in Political 'What About Us' Music Video
Pink responded by reiterating that she and Aguilera have since made up.
"Want to point out an awful new phenomenon of the last 10 years. We can no longer be happy for each other," she tweeted. "I ❤ Xtina, we've made amends.... Music brings us all together. The best part of music is -- there's room for everyone to win at the same »
Consider this pop star beef squashed. Pink shut down a Twitter troll who didn't agree with the 2017 MTV VMAs awarding the pop-rock star with its Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, along the way revealing she and Christina Aguilera have put their rivalry in the past. It started when the social media user called the visual for 2001's "Lady Marmalade" (which also featured Aguilera, Mya and Lil Kim) the only "relevant" music video of Pink's career. The singer responded, "Want to point out an awful new phenomenon of the last 10'years. We can no longer be happy for each other. I [love] Xtina, we've made amends...." Pink »
This summer is all about moms spending quality time with their gals!
Christie Brinkley brought her daughter, Sailor, along to celebrate her Haute Living cover issue. The duo enjoyed Bellisima prosecco at the Aug. 13 soiree, which took place at Scarpetta Beach, located within Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater on New York’s Long Island.
Watch: Christie Brinkley Stuns in Red Jumpsuit Alongside Daughters Sailor and Alexa at 'Sports Illustrated' Event
Jessica Alba toted her Away Travel luggage as she made her way through Lax airport with daughters Honor and Haven on Aug. 13.
Jenni Farley’s daughter, Meilani, helped her mom test out some Jersey Girl Cosmetics products earlier this month. The precious 3-year-old is so obsessed with the toxin-free sunscreen that JWoww even included it in her Miss Domesticated Subscription Box.
Pink is getting political.
The 37-year-old singer makes a powerful statement with her music video for "What About Us," released on Wednesday.
Related: Pink Reveals Cover Art for Upcoming Album 'Beautiful Trauma,' Says She's 'Insanely Proud' of New Music
"We are problems that want to be solved/We are children that need to be loved/We were willin', we came when you called/But man, you fooled us, enough is enough/What about us?/What about all the times you said you had the answers?" Pink sings.
Directed by Georgia Hudson and choreographed by The Goldenboyz, the video begins with audio of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at the Republican National Convention giving a speech before then-candidate Donald Trump took the stage.
The five-minute, politically charged clip also features audio of a man saying, "We are going to reject hate! We are going to reject racism!" and "Now is the time to protect our community."
For a few months now I’ve put up posts on Creative Assembly’s upcoming game Total War: Warhammer II. Where four races are locked in deadly battle to determine a survivor. Such races as the noble High Elves, the deadly Dark elves, the Savage Lizard men and the … Hmm. All this time and we still don’t know who the fourth race is supposed to be. Well today it’s been announced that the fourth and final playable race will be …. The Skaven.
The Skaven (aka Ratmen, or Ratkin) are an evil race of humanoid rat-creatures who inhabit a massive inter-continental underground lair known in their tongue simply as the Under-Empire. Lets check out the cinematic trailer below:
Led by Queek Headtaker and Lord Skrolk, the Skaven can be seen in the new cinematic leading a host of monsters and madcap machinery against the Dark Elves and Lizardmen. Their motives obscured, »
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Pop singer Pink will be given the MTV Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the VMAs later this
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- Liam Mathews
Pop singer Pink will be given the MTV Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the VMAs later this month, the network announced yesterday, to the surprise of fans and commentators.
Slate's Aisha Harris pointed out that the Video Vanguard Award (theoretically) specifically awards cumulative achievement
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- Liam Mathews
Even with a mask ... Pharrell Williams ain't hard to pick out of a crowd at Disneyland. Pharrell tried going incognito Monday by pulling a Michael Jackson at the theme park. If you recall, the King of Pop always wore one in public with limited success. P's is definitely fashion forward if not useful. His cover was compromised by the security guards who flanked him as he strolled the park. The 'Voice' coach hit up the rides with his wife, »
- TMZ Staff
Pink, who bent pop, rock and punk into a sound entirely her own, is getting the “Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award” at the MTV Video Music Awards for her 17-year career. She’ll also be performing live when the show airs Aug. 27. ...Read More »
- Keith Girard
Looks like Pink is already getting the MTV Video Music Awards party started!
The network announced on Tuesday that the 37-year-old pop star will be receiving the night's highest honor, the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, when the awards show airs live from The Forum in Inglewood, California, on Aug. 27.
Pink was selected for the prestigious accolade, also known as the Lifetime Achievement Award, after nearly two decades in the spotlight. Her debut solo album, Can't Take Me Home, was released in 2000, and her latest, Beautiful Trauma, comes out in October. Past recipients of the award include Rihanna (2016), Kanye West (2015), Beyoncé (2014) and Justin Timberlake (2013).
Katy Perry is hosting this year's star-studded show, which will feature performances by Pink, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Kendrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran, Fifth Harmony, Lorde, Miley Cyrus, Shawn Mendes and The Weeknd.
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The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards is thinking Pink. The pop-rock superstar is set to receive the highly prestigious Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at this year's event on Sunday, August 27. She also joins a star-studded list of Vma performers set to take the stage at The Forum in Los Angeles, which includes Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran, Fifth Harmony, The Weeknd and more. Pink, who recently returned to music with "What About Us" prior to the Oct. 13 release of her seventh studio album, is being recognized with the show's highest honor for her impact on music, pop culture, fashion and philanthropy, according to MTV's announcement. Over her many »
P!nk will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, it was announced today (Aug. 15).
The singer-songwriter will also perform live during the awards ceremony.
P!nk last week released her new single, "What About Us," off her forthcoming album, Beautiful Trauma (out Oct. 13). MTV will air the exclusive broadcast premiere of the single at 6 p.m. on Wednesday (Aug. 16).
In a release announcing that P!nk would be receiving the award, MTV said she was being honored "for her trailblazing impact on music, pop culture, fashion and philanthropy."
- Hilary Lewis
Season 2 of Stranger Things is coming out on October 27 of 2017. There was no better sign of this fact than the trailer that was shown at Comic-Con International, which provided interested individuals with a first look at what they can expect from the season as well as plenty of material to fuel their excitement. However, nothing stood out more than the use of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” for the trailer, thus making something interesting into something so much more memorable. How Did Stranger Things Get the Right to Use Thriller? With that said, it is interesting to note that
The Crazy Tale of How Stranger Things Got the Rights to “Thriller” »
- Nat Berman
You can’t judge a book by its cover, but in comics we do. That’s what sells it. Oftentimes, comics retailers need to make pre-ordering decisions based largely on just a comic’s cover.
Comics, like people, should be enjoyed for what’s on the inside. Corny but true. But like the B-side of a vinyl record, sometimes there’s glory on the flipside, like with comic book back covers.
Emil Novak, Sr. runs a great store in Buffalo called Queen City Bookstore. It’s overflowing with comics and lost treasures, most reflecting Emil’s ravenous appetite for great comics. During my last visit there, I stumbled across The Spirit: The First 93 Dailies reprint comic from 1977. The front cover sported a heroic Eisner Spirit image, but the back cover, showing an exhausted Spirit collapsed in the snow was the cool part. And the courageous use of negative space really stood out. »
- Ed Catto
10-year-old Sage Correa stars opposite Halle Berry in the Aviron Pictures thriller Kidnap, now in theaters nationwide. The budding star was hired for the role at age 6 after numerous auditions and read-throughs, finally, reading with Halle herself who was won over by his natural charm (and magic tricks). He spent months filming in New Orleans with her, where they formed an undeniable bond. In addition, he voices the role of Pig Pen in the newly reprised Peanuts cartoon by Charles M. Shulz. We asked him about Kidnap, Peanuts and life as a child actor.
Tell us about your audition for Kidnapped.
I found out about the audition in the car while going to meet my current manager for the first time. I had a day to prepare for the first audition and I nailed it good enough to get a thumbs up. »
- Tai Freligh
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"Me and Prince were auditioning together, and I blew Prince out of the water," Snipes explained. "Michael had told Prince that he had the role, and then he met me."
Prince, on the other hand, did not seem to recall it going down the same way. In a 1997 interview with VH1, the icon stated, "The first line in that song is, 'Your butt is mine,' so I was saying, 'Who »
- Sabrina Finkelstein, Billboard
The final three acts in World of Dance‘s inaugural season came together Tuesday to battle it out in the “World Final,” a grueling challenge that ended with one act walking (er, dancing?) away $1 million richer.
Les Twins got Round 1 started, delivering what judge Jennifer Lopez called “a great start to an awesome finale.” The 28-year-old Parisian duo scored 93 points with a dance set to Kygo’s “Stole the Show.”
Next up was Swing Latino, thought by judge Derek Hough to have an “edge” in the »
John Woo is to journey to the Venice Film Festival later this month with his film Manhunt, the film which sees him return to the crime genre. The film is being compared to the likes of The Killer and Hard Boiled, two crime classics from yesteryear which rank as Woo’s best.
The film is a remake of a 1976 Japanese movie, and, according to Variety, is about a prosecutor, played by award-winning Chinese actor Zhang Hanyu, who is framed for robbery, rape and multiple murders and sets out on a difficult solo mission to clear his name. Masaharu Fukuyama plays the detective chasing Zhang’s character.
The festival will also premiere the 3D version of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. Both films will premiere out of competition.
The 74th Venice Film Festival runs from August 30th to September 9th.
- Paul Heath
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