We’ve captured some of the highlights from the night for you — from the outfits, to the awards, and the performances.
Naturally, the deep blue-green of the dress brought out the vivid shades of green and blue from her eyes. Once everyone had had a chance to strut their stuff on the red carpet, it was time to settle in and watch what the talent had on offer for us. Camilla Cabello started by seducing us through the camera, before showing off just what her stellar vocal cords can do.
Sure, Lizzo and T-Swift definitely gave some amazing performances. Beyond the sheer talent packed into one duet, the stage was set up simply, but spectacularly.
Although, it’s hard to fault Cardi B, since she was definitely dishing up some lewks in a revealing red dress.
Camila Cabello was dressed to impress, sporting an impressively long train on an otherwise short white dress. Some are even calling her choice of outfit a “wedding dress,” though we’d say it’s more “angelic.” Bad Bunny showed up in true Bad Bunny style.
Spanish singer Rosalia was an absolute darling on the red carpet.
Dressed to the nines in a custom-made black satin Burberry dress, when asked about how she felt being at her first VMAs, she couldn’t be more gracious. “I will be performing beside artists that I admire a lot.” Are we even surprised that Adriana Lima looked stunning? Having rocked up in what was essentially a bodysuit teamed with a sheer long-sleeved maxi dress, she showed off her drool-worthy svelte figure.
His name will be inscribed in the history of the galaxy alongside people like Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford.
Not bad for this man born in Santiago, Chile, in 1975.
Disney just unveiled its line up for Disney , and the follows the adventures of a bounty hunter as the shadow of the Empire looms and the galaxy is in a turmoil of violence and fear. Remember his Machiavellian but doomed character in This is a big step forward in Pedro Pascal’s career.
And, as we predicted back in 2019, this will be his breakthrough year.
J Balvin and Rosalia were awarded both Best Latin and Best Choreography, for their work on “Con Altura,” beating out the likes of Bad Bunny and … Honestly, with the number of nominations these guys were getting, it was inevitable that one of our faves was going to be going home juggling awards.