MTV considers VMA changes because of audience shift

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It seems Drake wasn't having the best of luck at the ceremony as just after he presented his rumoured girlfriend Rihanna with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, he tripped over the 28-year-old beauty's dress as they headed backstage.

VMA organizers had announced only three hours before Sunday's show began that Beyonce would perform.

"No one really knows how long they have been 'official, ' they just chose to let it become a thing instead of hiding it from everyone". They also ruled the night's fashion with two showstopping looks, and while they could have opted for the known names, such as Versace or Givenchy, that have dressed them before, their major looks came from designers who are as yet mostly unknown beyond the fashion industry.

The MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) on Sunday was dominated by Beyonce as she went home with eight statuettes, while Rihanna gets lifetime award.

The Stronger hitmaker then spotted Amber in the crowd, and exclaimed, "I see you Amber!", as the camera panned to the model smiling in the audience. "One kid came up to me previous year (15) and said, 'Three of my friends died and I feel like I might be next.' You see people dying next to you and life can start to feel worthless". However, when she took the stage to perform her Lemonade melody, she wore a string of looks that crushed.

Britney made a somewhat triumphant return to the stage performing her new song Make Me with artist G-Eazy.

Britney's appearance at the ceremony marked her first performance at the VMAs in nearly 10 years. Kanye West gave fans a video premiere of his song "Fade", as well as a few minutes at the mic to muse about fame, compare himself to Steve Jobs and throw some Taylor Swift shade.

"You have affected so many of our lives in the best way possible", he wrote. The video stars a very fit Teyana Taylor as she makes a simple workout room her private dance studio and drops all of our jaws to the floor.

Her politically charged "Formation" beat Adele's 2015 comeback single "Hello", Drake's "Hotline Bling", Justin Bieber's "Sorry" and Kanye West's sleeping nude celebrity look-alikes in "Famous" for video of the year.

Collaboration video: Fifth Harmony feat.

Video of the year: Beyonce, "Formation".



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