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MTV VMAs Best & Worst Moments: Rebel Wilson's F-Bomb, Nicki Minaj's Shade, Taylor's Clean Sweep and More

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When Miley Cyrus was announced as the host of the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, we knew the ceremony would be wild, crazy and heavily censored — but somehow, we still weren’t ready for what went down on that stage.

RelatedKanye West Announces Presidential Run During Insane MTV Vma Speech

During the two-and-a-half-hour telecast, Justin Bieber made a comeback (of sorts), Kanye West announced his 2020 presidential bid, Nicki Minaj threw plenty of shade and Miley, of course, showed us her boob.

But those were only half of the watercooler moments that MTV delivered on Sunday night, all of which we »


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Miley Cyrus Flashes Bare Breast on Camera at MTV Video Music Awards

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Ladies and gentlemen of Earth, Nipplegate 2.0 is officially upon us.

At the tail end of the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, Miley Cyrus accidentally — or not, that’s up to you — exposed her entire left breast to the camera, asking, “I’m sorry, are my t–ts out?”

The correct answer? No, Miley Cyrus, just one.

RelatedKanye West Announces Presidential Run During Insane MTV Vma Speech

While we can’t say we’re surprised by Cyrus’ peep show — her array of outfits during the show left little to the imagination — we’re kind of surprised the censor-worthy moment was missed by… »


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Falling Skies Boss Weighs In on Series Finale's Big Twists (Including a Very Final One That Didn't Make the Cut)

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The following contains out-of-this-world spoilers from the Falling Skies finale.

It was back in May, during Upfronts week and more than a month before Falling Skies‘ Season 5 opener, that Noah Wyle spoiled for me the outcome of the TNT series’ finale.

“I don’t want to give everything away, but… we win,” he let slip with a wink. Even so, “We thin the herd along the way,” he warned. “Not everybody makes it to the finish line.”

RelatedThe Last Ship Renewed for Season 3 at TNT

As the alien-invasion drama’s final hour unspooled, Tom, wife Anne, sons Hal, Ben and Matt, »


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Kanye West Announces Presidential Run During Insane MTV Vma Speech

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In keeping with the night’s theme of beef-squashing, Taylor Swift on Sunday presented former nemesis Kanye West with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.

RelatedJustin Bieber Returns to (and Cries at!) the MTV VMAs: Grade His ‘Comeback’ Performance

And in keeping with West’s personal theme of self-inflation, the whole encounter was preceded by a video about “beauty” and “perfection” and a whole bunch of other things he discusses with himself in the mirror every morning.

“I first met Kanye West six years at this show; since then, we’ve had a »


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Justin Bieber Returns to the MTV VMAs: Grade His 'Comeback' Performance

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It’s hard to believe that any singer, at the ripe old age of 21, could already require a “comeback” performance, but the facts don’t lie.

RelatedMiley Cyrus Hosts the 2015 MTV VMAs: Grade Her Cameo-Filled Opener

Not only has it been more than three years since Justin Bieber released his last album, but his most recent major televised appearance was at his own Comedy Central roast — you know, the one that ended with an apology.

So there was a lot riding on his performance of “Where Are You Now?” and “What Do You Mean?” (yeah, he’s been asking »


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Fear the Walking Dead Recap: It's the End of the World as They Know It

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Well, that didn’t take long.

This week was only the second episode of Fear the Walking Dead, and already, the City of Angels has gone to hell. Which was great news for those of you who were hoping that the series would be grosser and more action-packed. Not only did the hour deliver our first beaned walker, but things weren’t looking so hot for…

On second thought, keep reading. We’ll get to the soon-to-be-deceased-and-reanimated when we get to him. We’re gonna recap “So Close, Yet So Far” from beginning to the end of the world.

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Wes Craven, Horror Legend, Dead at 76

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Wes Craven, the legendary horror auteur who brought his nightmarish vision to both the big and small screens, died over the weekend of brain cancer. He was 76.

Although Craven made his biggest mark in movies via The Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises, his influence extended to TV as well. In 1988, he created Freddy’s Nightmares, a two-season syndicated horror  anthology series in which each episode was introduced by Elm Street’s Freddy Krueger (played by Robert Englund). He also served as an exec producer on MTV’s current adaptation of Scream.

In a 2013 episode of Castle, Craven guest-starred »


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Miley Cyrus Hosts the 2015 MTV VMAs: Grade Her Cameo-Filled Opener

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Two years after twerking with Robin Thicke (ugh, remember him?) at the MTV Video Music Awards, the artist formerly known as Hannah Montana returned Sunday to host the network’s annual tribute to music or whatever.

RelatedJustin Bieber Returns to the MTV VMAs: Grade His ‘Comeback’ Performance

For weeks leading up to the main event, MTV viewers were bombarded with shocking-ish promos of Miley Cyrus floating through space, flashing her nips, sticking out her tongue, or any combination of the above. (“I’m just trying to watch Teen Wolf in peace,” I would say. “Can I live?!”)

So when Sunday’s ceremony finally arrived, »


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