MTV VMAs 2017 Is The Classic Award Show In The Modern Age
This year’s edition of the MTV VMAs went down at The Forum in Inglewood, California. The event was filled with performances, some spectacular and some absolute duds. Even at best online casinos, some games are better than others.
None other than Kendrick Lamar opened the showing with an electric performance of hit songs “DNA” and “Humble” off of the Billboard number one-charting album DAMN. The hearty display of human expression brought fans to their feet quickly and many easily regarded it as the best act of the night. P!nk graced the stage as well with a memorable performance of “Get the Party Started” and “Raise Your Glass” in a car floated above the attendees. She wasn’t done yet for the night, “Just Give Me a Reason” lit the stage and added another layer of nostalgic fun. The screams and cheers of the fans clearly gave P!nk more energy to continue giving it all. The hits “Don’t Let Me Get Me” and “Perfect” were included before signing off with her the current single, “What About Us”. P!nk was this year’s Michael Jackson Vanguard Award recipient and gave a emotionally-driven speech for a cherry on top.
In addition, Fifth Harmony was absolutely amazing in front of millions and their melodic voices blended beautifully. The powerful group ran through their songs “Angel” and “Down,” featuring a bit of on-stage rain to add to the ambiance. The awards host Katy Perry didn’t just do the hosting, she also gave the crowd something to dance in a celebration manner to making bank at a real money pokies. The performance with Nicki Minaj was proven to be absolutely superb and the crowd couldn’t stop being noisy. Apart the above, viewers were also graced by legendary Rod Stewart, Miley Cyrus, Logic, Khalid, DNCE, Demi Lovato, Ed Sheeran, 30 Seconds to Mars, Lorde and others.
Best songs, albums, and videos of course were honored during the event. The leading nominee, Kendrick Lamar, scooped 6 awards including the big one “Video of the Year” award out of 8 nominated categories. Ed Sheeran took home “Artist of the Year” award while Zayn and Taylor Swift scooped “Best Collaboration”. Other lucky award winners that topped off wins for the night were Khalid, Kanye West, Fifth Harmony, Twenty One Pilots, and Logic, giving yet another award show for the books.
What did you think of the 2017 edition?