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The MTV music video awards is like the Grammy only much cooler. This award show gives out moon men statues to groups in a number of different categories. Categories are similar to traditional award shows such as best song of the year or best new band, new artist, and of course best music video. There is a viewer's choice award where the regular viewers of the channel get to call in and vote for their favorite song or band. Those who win this award are honored because they were chosen by their bans and no one else. There are also awards for best rap artist and similar categories that are not yet recognized by major award shows.
The MTV video music award show has live performances but some of the hottest bands around. If the band is a hit they are invited to perform at the show. Some of the most memorable moment in music happened here. The awards are presented by the most popular people in music, movies, comedy, and sports. These performers come to the award show it and it like a big party for them. No one has to be uptight. The more outrageous a person is the more the fans will love it. The music award show has been around since the 1990s' when music videos first became a big hit. Recipients of these awards include bands like Nirvana and even Madonna. MTV video music awards are considered to be much cooler then any other music award shows and spotlight the hottest acts and bands.
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Lucy Hale, Sway and Christina Garibaldi present the pre-show to this years award ceremony.
Watch the 2013 MTV Music Awards Live from Brooklyn, New York. Scheduled performers include Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Kanye West, and Justin Timberlake.
Watch the MTV VMA Pre-Show to see a close up of celebrities at the VMAs and what they are wearing.
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It's a shrewd enough move: what's a movie about Lil' Wayne without Weezy's own music? The New Orleans-born rapper is taking Quincy Jones III to court to keep his music out of a documentary Jones made that Weezy finds to be offensive to his image.
Forget moving MTV's Video Music Awards up an hour. It might've been smarter simply to swap to a different night altogether. After a record-setting 2011 telecast, Thursday night's show fell off 50 percent even with the traditional world-premiere preview of November's next (and final) "Twilight" installment.
Kevin Hart let MTV know last night just exactly how he felt about the network's attempted Video Music Awards ban on jokes about Kristen Stewart cheating on boyfriend and "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson: "MTV made a mistake!" In fact, Hart didn't spare many sacred cows in last night's monologue, did he?
Kristen Stewart was noticeably AWOL from Thursday night's MTV Video Music Awards - traditionally, the big world-premiere-preview night for the most recent upcoming "Twilight" installment. In this case, it's Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner pimping this November's climactic "Breaking Dawn Part 2" finale. Could this be a sign Stewart won't be welcome at ensuing press events?
This is getting to be an awfully pricey altercation between Chris Brown and Drake - two stars who never even actually threw a punch (or bottle, in this instance) at one another. The pair are now being sued by the management of the New York City night spot that their crews trashed after the two talked some Rihanna-related trash.
Before now, when has MTV ever necessarily protected celebrities' feelings? In this case, the problem isn't entirely the gag order on jokes at the VMAs next month about Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. It's that MTV is pretending this is about anything except Summit Entertainment holding a gun to the network's head and handcuffing host Kevin Hart the way it never would've reined in Chris Rock once upon a time.
Whoever coined the phrase "It's better to ask forgiveness than permission" was clearly never dragged to court. Monster Energy Corp. wasn't so lucky. The energy drink maker allegedly used several Beastie Boys songs despite the late Adam Yauch's will prohibiting it explicitly, and now the surviving members and Yauch's widow are making a legal fight of it.