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@lordemusic pic.twitter.com/lItz7K7pOO — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 31, 2015 Taylor Swift had many memorable moments at Sunday's MTV VMAs, but it was her brother Austin's comments that had everyone's attention on Monday. After the award show, Taylor and Austin attended the Republic Records VMAs afterparty at Ysabel with her famous girl squad. During their time there, Austin made the cutest comment, which Lorde shared on Twitter on Monday, writing, "At the after party austin leaned down from the banquette heaving with models in vip to whisper in taylor's ear 'we grew up on a Farm!!'" at the after party austin leaned down from the banquette heaving with models in vip to whisper in taylor's ear "we grew up on a Farm!!" ❤️ — Lorde (@lordemusic) August 31, 2015 A couple hours later, Taylor took us back in time, sharing an insanely adorable flashback photo of her and her brother on a tractor. »
The 2015 MTV VMAs were packed with entertaining performances, standout red carpet arrivals, and a few cringeworthy, head-scratching celebrity encounters. We witnessed a tearful Justin Bieber, a nearly nude Miley Cyrus, and the end of Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift's Twitter beef - not to mention a presidential bid from Kanye West. While you may have gotten caught up on many of the show's headline-making moments, there are still tons of photos you probably didn't see. We've rounded up 31 of the best pictures from this year's VMAs, from the red carpet all the way to the afterparties. Keep reading to see them all now. »
We're not on the farm anymore are we, Austin Swift? Taylor Swift's brother knew Sunday night was going to be a special evening for his family. His sister was nominated for multiple MTV Video Music Awards, scheduled to premiere her "Wildest Dreams" music video and prepared to rock the red carpet with her squad. But when the "Shake It Off" crooner invited her brother to the star-studded Republic Records Vma Party sponsored by Marriott Rewards, some were simply blown away by the unique experience. "At the after party, Austin leaned down from the banquette heaving with models in VIP to whisper in Taylor's ear, 'We grew up on a Farm!!'" Lorde tweeted Monday afternoon. »
Julia Roberts and her family attended surfer Kelly Slater's launch party for his new line of sustainable clothing, Outerknown, in Malibu, CA, on Saturday. The actress and her husband, Daniel Moder, were spotted flashing smiles alongside their adorable children, twins Phinnaeus and Hazel and younger son Henry, while posing for pictures. We haven't seen much of Julia since she teamed up with Taylor Swift for a sassy performance of "Style" earlier this month; she hasn't walked a red carpet since January 2015, when she made an appearance at the SAG Awards in La, and we rarely get a glimpse of her cute kids. See Julia and Danny with their family, then check out more long-term celebrity couples. »
By now you've likely seen Taylor Swift's new music video for "Wildest Dreams" and obsessed over her hot costar, model and actor Scott Eastwood. The video could easily be considered one of Swift's sexiest yet, but we can't help but notice how similar it is to many of the singer's previous clips - it's almost as if the singer has an established formula of certain scenarios, props, and attitudes that carry through all her music videos. We've done a little digging and come up with the 13 things you can pretty much always expect from a Taylor Swift video; scroll through to see them all now. »
Taylor Swift has quite the history with the MTV VMAs, and although Kanye West's interruption may have made the most headlines, she's had plenty of other memorable moments at the show over the years. It's been seven years since she made her VMAs debut, and this week, not only did she hit the stage for a surprise performance, but she also took home several awards, including video of the year, best female video, and best pop video. Keep reading for a look back at Taylor Swift's appearances at the MTV VMAs, then see the best moments from her incredible year so far plus all the times she and her friends gave you #squadgoals. »
Sunday's MTV VMAs marked a big night for Taylor Swift, who had a whole lot of memorable moments throughout the show. Not only did she kick it off by hitting the red carpet with her entire squad, but she also hit the stage several times - for a surprise performance, for a special presentation to Kanye, and to accept award after award. Keep reading for a look at all the people who shared fun moments with Taylor on her big night, then check out all the winners, plus her new "Wildest Dreams" music video! »
Kanye West was the video vanguard recipient at this year's MTV Music Video Awards. In light of Beyoncé's transcendent performance from last year and Kanye's legacy of avant garde performance art, we expected no less than another showstopping performance. What we got instead, though, was an impassioned speech about the current state of affairs in the entertainment industry. As we've all discussed the moment in question, there's been a noted focus on Kanye's rambling, his excessive use of the word "bro," and the declaration of his presidential candidacy in 2020. But buried underneath the exploitation of that Taylor Swift thing, and even further below the jokes about First Lady Kim Kardashian and what Kanye smoked to "take the edge off," there was something of substance: a glimpse of the kind of candor we never thought we'd see on national television at an award show. »
Kanye West's epic rant acceptance of his Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs was undoubtedly the most talked-about moment of the awards, and there were a lot of different points espoused, but now it's time to break down his comments about Justin Timberlake. Were you confused about why Jt's name came up? You are not alone. Here's what we're pretty sure West meant. First, Kanye Started Talking About His Infamous "Imma Let You Finish" Moment at the 2009 VMAs After Taylor Swift - the artist whose acceptance he crashed at the 2009 VMAs - presented him with his award, West set about explaining that night. He aroused sympathy with tales of being booed at baseball games for his actions, then hypothetically wondered aloud if it's an action he'd do now, having a daughter and being the person he is now. Then, He Explained That He Is a Defender of Artists »
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
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, »
Taylor Swift's squad realized its goal last night. So here's hoping the twitterverse finds something else to hashtag into oblivion, Asap. At Sunday's 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, which as far as we could tell involved Swift and roughly four other people, the crop-top-rockin' star walked the red carpet with, sat with and ultimately accepted Video of the Year while flanked by her pack of supermodel/actress/singer besties of Victoria's Secret, Vogue, Law & Order: Svu and Instagram fame. There was of course a reason for what otherwise would have been the most annoying thing ever—the entire bevy of beauties, including Mariska Hargitay, appeared in Swift's "Bad Blood" »
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 »
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 »
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
Oh, what might have been! Taylor Swift has been joined onstage by countless fellow stars -- including Julia Roberts, Alanis Morissette, Lisa Kudrow, Justin Timberlake, and John Legend, to name a few -- but there's at least one blank space that has yet to be filled on her roster, and she's keeping it open for dynamic duo Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen. After Stewart tweeted at Swift last month, asking if he and his Bff could join her ever-growing squad, the "Wildest Dreams" singer, 25, extended an [...] »
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, »
Sorry, every other artist at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. We're really happy for you and all but…Kanye West was the best dude at the VMAs. Of All Time. You're welcome for that dated but still relevant reference. Our point is, Kanye West ruled the night, from his presidential bid to dancing like nobody was watching to The Weeknd. He provided endless entertainment, and we thank President 'Ye for that. Here are all the reasons why Kanye was the real Mvp of the MTV VMAs: 1. When he worked the red carpet with his wife Kim Kardashian in head to toe beige 2. When he clapped for Taylor Swift as she accepted her award for Female Video of the Year 3. But »
Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez really know how to have girls' nights outs. The duo, who recently performed together on stage during Taylor's 1989 world tour, were each other's dates at the MTV VMAs in La on Sunday. After walking the red carpet with Taylor and the rest of the "Bad Blood" music video squad, Selena sat front and center with Taylor during the big show. The pair looked like they were having a ball as they chatted and danced the night away. Selena also took to Twitter to share a cute backstage photo of her and Taylor loading up on junk food. Keep reading to see more of their fun night, then check out their Bff moments through the years. »
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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