Rihanna took home the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at last night’s MTV VMAs, but before receiving the honor, the Bajan star rock’d the show with four separate performances featuring an array of songs from her catalog.
From “Don’t Stop the Music,” to “We Found Love,” “Rude Boy,” Needed Me,” plus, she definitely put in “Work,” work, work, work, work, work. There was also a list of other hits.
Rihanna will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.
The “Needed Me” singer reacted on Twitter, telling the network that she’s honored to take the stage at this year’s VMAs as its Vanguard award recipient.
Kanye West will be honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2015 MTV VMAs, for creating “some of the most memorable and spectacular moments in MTV VMAs history.”
Over the past decade, the rap superstar has brought a number of his creations to life with his performances: From “Jesus Walks,” “All Falls Down,” “Through The Wire” in 2004 to “Otis” with Jay Z in 2011, as well as 2013’s “Blood on the Leaves.”
Beyoncé graced the stage at the 2014 MTV VMAs Sunday evening – closing out the awards show with a showstopping set.
After welcoming MTV to her world, the “Flawless” singer began a medley of her songs from her surprise self-titled album. Her husband Jay Z, and their adorable daughter Blue Ivy were there to show their love and support as Bey dazzled with her performance.
Beyoncé will be performing at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards (Get Excited!). Not only will she be rockin’ the stage, MTV will be honoring the “Flawless” singer with the coveted Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award — the VMAs’ highest honor. Over the course of MTV history, the award has gone to Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, Madonna, as well as the King of Pop himself.