The VMAs 2018: Everything You Need To Know


Last night, New York City played host to the VMAs 2018 and boy was it a spectacle! From amazing performances to one VERY exciting announcement, the MTV Video Music Awards has everyone talking!

Queen of Pop, Madonna, paid tribute to Aretha Franklin but her speech has come under fire with many viewers feeling that Madge’s monologue was more about herself than it was about the soul singer.

Madonna at the VMAs

Madonna paid tribute to Aretha Franklin but came under fire…

Another moment that left viewers open-mouthed was J-Lo’s incredible performance. The star, who won this year’s Video Vanguard Award, took to the stage and wowed the crowd with an amazing medley of some of her biggest hits accompanied with some unbelievable choreography and was even joined by Ja Rule for a couple of numbers.

Jennifer Lopez at VMAs

J.Lo wowed the crowds with a showstopper of a performance.

Some of the most exciting VMA news, however, was undeniably that reality show The Hills is set to return! Yes, you read that right! The Hills: New Beginnings is going to be hitting our screens in 2019 with many of the original cast members making a return – we can’t wait!

The Hills Cast

The Hills cast revealed their reunion news!

The VMA 2018 Winners

One of the night’s biggest winners was Camila Cabello who won the coveted Video of the Year for Havana as well as Artist of the Year, beating Ariana Grande, Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Drake and Post Malone to the punch.

Camila Cabello VMA awards

Camila Cabello scooped two awards.

Other winners from the evening included Post Malone who lifted the Song of the Year Award for rockstar and Cardi B who took home Best New Artist.

Best Collaboration
Jennifer Lopez for Dinero featuring DJ Khaled and Cardi B.

Best Pop Video
Ariana Grande for No Tears Left to Cry.

Best Hip Hop Video
Nicki Minaj for Chun-Li.

Best Dance Video
Avicii for Lonely Together featuring Rita Ora.

Best Latin Video:
J Balvin for Mi Gente featuring Willy William.

Best Rock Video:
Imagine Dragons for Whatever It Takes.

Video With a Message
Childish Gambino for This Is America.

Best Cinematography:
The Carters for APES***T.

Best Direction:
Childish Gambino for This Is America.

Best Art Direction
The Carters for APES***T.

Best Visual Effects:
Kendrick Lamar & SZA for All The Stars.

Best Choreography:
Childish Gambino for This Is America.

Best Editing
N.E.R.D for Lemon featuring Rihanna.

Push Artist of the Year:
Hayley Kiyoko

Song of Summer:
Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin, I Like It

Sophie Lambert

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