Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande united on stage for a live performance of Ariana’s “Side to Side,” and following their VMAs appearance, came the arrival of the official video for the track.
They heat up the screen in the video, which begins with Ariana and a group of ladies on exercise bikes, and when she and Nicki meet up, their both swimsuits in a sauna with men in underwear – made to look like mannequins. “Side to Side” is a cut from Ariana’s Dangerous Woman album.
After being rumored to hit the stage at the 2016 MTV VMAs, Beyoncé came through and slayed with a series of songs from her Lemonade album.
Serena Williams, who makes an appearance in Bey’s “Sorry” video, introduced her performance – which was kicked off with “Pray You Catch Me.” She also rock’d “Hold Up,” “Sorry,” and incorporated snippets of “Countdown.” After “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” she closed out her set with “Formation.”
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.
Kanye West will appear on stage at the MTV VMAs on Sunday with four minutes to do as he pleases.
A source close to production tells TMZ that MTV producers are giving ‘Ye the time slot, and he can choose whether he wants to rap, sing, dance or even just stay silent. While they’re clueless about which one he’ll pick, they are expecting something big.
Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande are joining forces again, this time, at the MTV VMAs to perform Ariana’s “Side to Side” from her Dangerous Woman album.
The duo hit the stage together at the 2014 VMAs, kicking off the show with Nicki’s “Anaconda,” Ariana’s “Break Free” and their collaboration with Jessie J, “Bang Bang.” They will be joining previously announced artists, Rihanna (Vanguard Award recipient), Future, Britney Spears and Nick Jonas featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
Beyoncé dominates this year’s MTV Video Music Awards nominations with a whopping 11 nods for her visual album, Lemonade – a personal best for the superstar.
“Formation” received nominations in six categories, including the show’s biggest award, for Video of the Year. Her Kendrick Lamar-assisted “Freedom” is up for Best Collaboration, while Lemonade landed in Breakthrough Long-Form Video – a new category this year.
Beyoncé takes the lead for the 2014 MTV VMAs, with 8 nominations – including a nod for Video of the Year for her single “Drunk In Love” with Jay Z.
Eminem and Iggy Azalea nabbed seven nominations each, while Pharrell Williams, Ariana Grande and Sia each received three.