Monday, September 10, 2007

Yes Virginia, MTV Still Has Videos - Somewhere

And still gives awards out for them!

Ok, so by now you've probably heard about the Britney fiasco. I watched the clip online HERE and wow. She has totally forgotten how to perform. She was like a deer caught in headlights the whole time. As a good friend said to me last night, it's sad when KFed comes out of that relationship looking the best. Britney could be done after last night.

She wasn't the only one with problems, apparently Kid Rock and Tommy Lee got into a tussle! Pam Anderson in the middle of that one you would have to asssume huh? After that happened, Kid Rock was supposed to do a segment with Diddy and Diddy said to the camera something like "I was supposed to be here with Kid Rock but he had an issue. See, it's not just the hip hop guys who have issues at award shows!"

Kanye West had issues with MTV after losing all the categories he was in, again, and has vowed to never go on MTV again.

As for the videos - even multiple winner Justin Timberlake begged that MTV show more!
"Play more damn videos. We don't want to see the Simpsons on reality television," said Timberlake, referring to Jessica and Ashley Simpson. "Play more videos."

Did ANYTHING good come out of last night's show? Let us know in the comments!!

Here's the full list of winners:

Monster Single of the Year Winner
Rihanna f/ Jay-Z

Quadruple Threat of the Year Winner
Justin Timberlake

Best Collaboration Winner
Beyoncé f/ Shakira
"Beautiful Liar"

Male Artist of the Year Winner
Justin Timberlake

Female Artist of the Year Winner

Best Group Winner
Fall Out Boy

Best New Artist Winner
Gym Class Heroes

Video of the Year Winner
Rihanna f/ Jay-Z

Best Choreography Winner
Justin Timberlake
"My Love"
Choreographer: Marty Kudelka

Best Direction Winner
Justin TImberlake
"What Goes Around....Comes Around"
Director: Samuel Bayer

Best Editing Winner
Gnarls Barkley
"Smiley Faces"
Editor: Ken Mowe
View All Best Editing Nominees

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