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Did you notice what Kanye left out of his VMAs speech?

31 minutes ago | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards gave us everything: host Miley Cyrus in a variety of demented Lisa Frank-esque ensembles, some shade from Nicki Minaj, an undeserved Video of the Year win for Taylor Swift, and the speech of the century from Kanye West, who won the coveted Video Vanguard award. Check out the text of his 12-minute speech (transcribed by TVLine) and see if you can spot the one particular topic he didn't bring up.    Bro! Bro! Listen to the kids! … First of all, thank you, Taylor, for being so gracious and giving me this award this evening. I often think back to the first day I met you, also. You know, I think about that when I’m in the grocery store with my daughter and I have a really great conversation about pressed juice, and at the end, they say, ‘Oh, you’re not that bad, after all. »

- Louis Virtel

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Read This and Be an Expert on Miley Cyrus's New Album Without Even Having to Listen to It

38 minutes ago | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Miley Cyrus used her gig as host of the MTV VMAs on Sunday night to unleash her latest album on the world - surprise! Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz is available for free online once again, after a brief crash took the original streaming site offline last night. Miley debuted the album's lead track, "Dooo It!" on the VMAs stage, with a cadre of Ru-Paul's Drag Race contestants as her backup dancers, to close the show. While that song is full of aggressive, megaphone-blaring vocals and driving beats, Petz often spotlights a dreamier, introspective side of Cyrus - especially on the '60s-tinged "Karen Don't Be Sad," which dare we say has echoes of Lana Del Ray. Read on for more about the making of the album, the business behind it, and what it might mean for Cyrus's career: 1. The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne Produced Most of Petz Miley worked with Coyne, »

- Lindsay-Miller

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Miley Cyrus Doesn't Want to Be in Taylor Swift's ''Squad,'' Says She's ''100 Percent in Love'' With Wayne Coyne

53 minutes ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

At this rate, Taylor Swift's next single just may be about Miley Cyrus.  About a month after the 22-year-old pop star, who hosted the MTV Video Music Awards last night, seemingly threw shade at Taylor Swift and her "Bad Blood" music video, the "Wrecking Ball" beauty is making headlines for her candid interview with the New York Times—and it's safe to say she has zero squad goals.  "I'm not trying to be in the squad," Cyrus told the publication, referring to Swift's famous girl group. "None of my friends are famous and not because of any other reason than I just like real people who are living real lives, because I'm inspired by »

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A Full Breakdown of All the Head-Scratching Moments From the MTV VMAs

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As usual, this year's MTV VMAs made for some pretty memorable moments, including a few that made us think, "Wait, what?" There was, of course, the whole "Kanye 2020" announcement and the time Justin Bieber ended up in tears. Meanwhile, viewers wondered if that awkward interaction between Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus was real or staged, and some people took issue with Rebel Wilson's joke. Keep reading for a full breakdown of some of the most head-scratching moments from the show, then check out all the VMAs winners and tweets that summed up the show. »

- Laura-Marie-Meyers

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Zac Efron's New Movie Had One of the Worst Openings in History

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We Are Your Friends made less than $2 million this weekend - Vulture Is this really the point of Taylor Swift's new video? - HuffPost Entertainment Apparently John Stamos wants to be in One Direction - MTV These minor movie characters need their own spinoff - Cracked Chris Soules's ex might be on the next season of The Bachelor! - BuddyTV Why Paul Wesley needs to be your man-crush this week - The Vampire Diaries Wait, so was that Nicki Minaj/Miley Cyrus drama real? - Popsugar Celebrity »

- Kelsie-Gibson

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'SNL' Adds New Player

1 hour ago | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

There will be a new face in Studio 8H for Season 41 of "Saturday Night Live."

NBC announced that comedian Jon Rudnitsky will join the cast as a featured player.

Jon, who hails from Harrington Park, New Jersey and lives in New York City, studied at the University of Southern California.

Read: Miley Cyrus, Amy Schumer & Tracy Morgan To Host 'Saturday Night Live'

He was the winner of the 2012 Laugh Factory College Comedy Competition and was featured at the Just For Laughs 2015 festival as part of their "New Faces" showcase.

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VMAs Red Carpet: Outrageous Antics, Donald Trump and Songs of the Summer

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Much like the MTV Music Video Awards themselves — hosted by Miley Cyrus in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday — the event’s red carpet was full of over-the-top ridiculousness and crazy antics.

The long, winding carpet was packed with thousands of reporters, photographers and screaming teens, who were told at one point by a woman’s voice blaring over the Pa system, “Kids, you need to back up.”

In addition to the usual photos and interviews, the carpet was treated to several live performances, including Nick Jonas’ performance of his new song “Levels,” an energetic cover of “Uptown Funk” by Todrick Hall and Walk the Moon, who played their hit “Shut Up and Dance.”

Walk the Moon’s summer sing-along jam has been part of a crop of songs in contention for this year’s song of the summer, which — without a ubiquitous and earworm-y track of “Call Me Maybe” proportions »

- Seth Kelley

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All of the Best, Sexiest Looks from the 2015 MTV VMAs After-Parties—See Kylie Jenner, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande & More!

2 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

The 2015 MTV VMAs gave us sheer illusion dresses galore, Gosselin-like haircuts and Miley Cyrus wearing, well, next to nothing—and the fashion parade continued at all the after-parties, of course. Take Kylie Jenner, who changed from one Balmain number to another—this time an tongue wag-worthy Lbd showing strategic bands of skin—to head to dinner with boyfriend Tyga after her big on-stage presentation moment at the VMAs. After grabbing a bite at Craig's Restaurant in Los Angeles, the two headed off to the Republic Records private after-party at West Hollywood hotspot Ysabel. Also at Ysabel for the Republic Records post-vma bash, Selena Gomez left her pasties mishap behind and opted for a more »

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Nicki Minaj Calling Out Miley Cyrus on Stage at the VMAs Was Very Real

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Miley Cyrus found herself in a sticky situation at the MTV VMAs on Sunday. After winning the award for best hip-hop video for "Anaconda," Nicki Minaj took the stage to express her gratitude . . . and anger. Nicki sweetly thanked her pastor before turning her attention to Miley, who made headlines earlier this week for calling Nicki "not too kind." "And now, back to this b*tch that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. Miley, what's good?" Nicki said as she stepped away from the mic. Miley, who looked visibly taken aback, responded by saying, "We're all in this industry. We all do interviews and we all know how they manipulate sh*t. Nicki, congratuf*cklations." Nicki's mic was then quickly turned off, and she was seen calling Miley a b*tch before the cameras stayed on the host. While Nicki tweeted "Lmfaooooooooooooo" shortly after the moment, »

- Caitlin-Hacker

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MTV’s Video Music Awards Set Nielsen Twitter Record

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Ratings for MTV’s Video Music Awards won’t be released until later today or tomorrow, but last night’s event has already set a Twitter record.

According to Nielsen, the “2015 MTV Video Music Awards” is the most-tweeted non-sports program since Nielsen Social began tracking Twitter TV activity in October 2011. In the U.S., 2.2 million people sent 21.4 million tweets about the event and almost 11.8 million people saw those tweets a total of 676 million times. This is an increase of 64% from 2014, when there were 12.6 million tweets.

The most tweeted minute occurred at 10:49 p.m. Et with 247,525 tweets following Kanye West’s announcement that he would be running for President of the United States in 2020.

Sunday’s show which was dominated by Swift, Miley Cyrus’ antics and Justin Bieber’s comeback.



- Rick Kissell

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Miley Cyrus Shares a Joint With Press After VMAs

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Attention, Miley Cyrus — this isn’t typically what people mean when they say they’re holding a joint press conference. Cyrus followed up her hosting gig at the MTV VMAs on Sunday by meeting with the media and sharing a brief statement — and some of her stash. “Because you’re all my friends, and my  song is kind of, sort of about the love of marijuana/the love of humankind, I brought a little joint if anyone would like any. Anyone?” Cyrus offered, as evidenced by a video published by TMZ. Also Read: MTV VMAs and Miley Cyrus Trashed as 'Preposterous, »

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VMAs: Most Gif-Able Moments

3 hours ago | Access Hollywood | See recent Access Hollywood news »

The MTV VMAs still have us spinning!

Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, and host Miley Cyrus turned in a show that will be hard to top in 2016. Access runs down our 10 favorite moments that continue to play in a loop in our Vma-hungover head.

When Taylor and Nicki squashed it and then killed it on the VMAs stage:


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Nicki Minaj Calls Out Miley Cyrus At 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, Confrontation Was Real Not Staged

3 hours ago | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Nicki Minaj, who publicly reconciled with Taylor Swift at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, called out Miley Cyrus over recent comments about her. Nicki Minaj Disses Miley Cyrus At VMAs In a recent interview, MTV Video Music Awards host Cyrus was asked about Minaj’s series of tweets on racism in the music industry after her music video for […]

The post Nicki Minaj Calls Out Miley Cyrus At 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, Confrontation Was Real Not Staged appeared first on uInterview. »

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Miley Cyrus' Reaction to Nicki Minaj's Onstage Diss Proves Nothing Was Staged—Watch!

3 hours ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

When it comes to award shows, today's viewers are a jaded bunch. To them, every "surprise guest," every "impromptu" speech and all the "onstage hijinks" were meticulously planned out beforehand as an attempt to shock viewers and up the coverage around the event. So when Nicki Minaj called out Miley Cyrus, live onstage in front of everybody, a lot of people's initial reaction was that it was all a setup. Or that Nicki and Miley had planned it beforehand as a way to keep their names in all the Vma stories. And we would actually agree with the doubters…if it weren't for this footage of Miley's reaction when Nicki called her a "bitch" and then threw to her with a look of »

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Ratings: NBC’s Sunday Night Football Fends Off CBS, ‘Big Brother’

3 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

NBC’s summer is surging even more now that Sunday Night Football has returned in (preseason) earnest. The network topped both the key 18-49 demographic and total viewers on Sunday evening. CBS and ABC tied for second in the main demo; CBS was runner-up in total audience. “Big Brother” actually rose a hair despite its pigskin competition. Due to the nature of live sports, Nielsen’s fast national numbers are preliminary and subject to change. Also Read: MTV VMAs and Miley Cyrus Trashed as 'Preposterous,' 'Toxic' by Parents Television Council NBC was first in ratings with a 1.8 rating/6 share »

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Surprise! Miley Cyrus Just Unveiled a Boundary-Pushing New Song at the VMAs

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Miley Cyrus, esteemed host of this year's MTV VMAs, closed the show with a brand-new song called "Dooo It." Sample lyrics include: "Yeah, I smoke pot / Yeah, I love peace / But I don't give a f*ck / I ain't no hippie." Sold? I thought as much. The performance is just as psychedelic as you may anticipate from Cyrus, complete with neon leotards, high dreadlocked ponytails, and yes, twerking. It's a lot to take in, so if you can't handle the videos, you definitely don't want to see all the insane outfits she wore. Cyrus also announced that she's streaming a new album for free, called Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz, which you can listen to on her SoundCloud page. »

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NFL Preseason Ratings Steady With 2014, ‘Big Brother’ Tops Night In Demo

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There was no shortage of plays on cable last night as Kanye West announced on the MTV Video Music Awards that he was running for President in 2020 and host Miley Cyrus again earned the ire of the Parents Television Council for essentially being Miley Cyrus. Then there was the second week of new cable kingpin Fear The Walking Dead on AMC, among other offerings. But on the Big 4 it was again all about the NFL preseason. The Oakland Raiders took a 30-23 hit from the Arizona… »

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Meet Saturday Night Live's New Cast Member, Jon Rudnitsky!

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Saturday Night Live has added a new featured player! Twenty-five-year-old stand-up comedian Jon Rudnitsky has joined the show for its 41st season, which is premiering on Oct. 3. Here are some quick facts about the new guy on the block! He's from Harrington, NJ, and graduated from USC. He won the Laugh Factory's Laugh Bowl college comedy contest in 2012. He has very little on camera experience, apart from a 2012 episode of Criminal Minds and some short films. In this one, The Jewish Hunger Games: Kvetching Fire, he plays both Peeta Hummus and Effie Trinket. He also cowrote it, so he's clearly a man of many talents. You can follow him on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. He looks excellent shirtless. Please see below. Free Liebsy #nodolphinswereharmedinthemakingofthisfilm @unbliebable @imaxelrod @katiekroo89 A video posted by Jon Rudnitsky (@jonrudnitsky) on May 24, 2015 at 2:54pm Pdt And there you have it! Looking forward to seeing him on the premiere, »

- Maggie-Pehanick

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How President Kanye Saved the Video Music Awards: MTV, What's Good?

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Hail to the chief — our future President Kanye West stole the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, announcing his beautiful dark twisted candidacy for Commander-in-Cheezus. "Yes, as you probably could have guessed by this moment, I have decided to run for President in 2020," he said, after a brilliantly rambling 10-minute-plus speech that had more music in it than any of the night's performances. Kanye's stoned Video Vanguard soliloquy ("we the Millennials, bro!") was this year's Vma highlight, as everybody knew it would be. The whole point of the bash every year is »

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Top 5 TV: Kanye for President and 'Hannibal''s Last Meal

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The top two items on this week's list aired on NBC, but since one's already been cancelled and the other's being quickly killed off, it's feels wrong to call them "NBC shows." Both have been relatively acclaimed, but when it comes to the programming of what used to be known as TV's "Big Three," prestige alone doesn't sell. Those of us who favor the daring can be bummed about this, and blame the primetime broadcasters for not always backing their best. Or we can be glad these programs existed in the first place. »

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