From Lady Gaga’s Mind-Boggling Masks To BTS’s Rocking Debut, Catch All The Hig
Even during these tough times, MTV’s Video Music Awards 2020 was just as happening as they always are. From Lady Gaga’s mask to Maluma’s backup dancers, everything seemed vibrant and top-nitch. However, one thing among all the stars and crew remained constant, the mask. VMA’s were mostly a virtual event and was held this Sunday. VMA’s were organized during the pandemic, which eventually forced fans and most stars to stream the award show online. Although most of them were enjoying virtually, some stars managed to rock the stage with complete security.
The show was as creative as it could be while streaming live from New York. And it also reflected the problems people are going through currently globally. But, it still managed to entertain the viewers and was power-packed with over-the-top carpet looks and energetic performances.
So, without waiting any further, let’s give you a little sneak-peek of all the highlights from this year’s VMA’s:
VMA’s 2020: The Highlights
A lot happened at the VMA’s this year. From Ariana’s multiple outfits to Lady Gaga’s mind-boggling masks to the gorgeous outfits of the presenters, VMA’s did right to the viewers.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande set the stage on fire with incredible performance on Sunday evening. Both the female singers were shinning in the outfits and did not forget to accessorize them with a mask. Where Grande was seen in a simple black mask, Gaga remained true to her style and rocked a pink mask that had a strap around her head. The mask also had some pointy stuff with an electronic display. Gaga also won an award for ‘Artist of the Year’, which she received wearing a tulle and organdy coat by Valentino and a silver mask.
BTS also rocked the stage (virtually) from South Korea. The boy band performed their new single ‘Dynamite’ and had a massive debut at the VMA’s. BTS also won awards for ‘Best Group’, ‘Best Pop’, ‘Best K-Pop’ and ‘Best Choreography’. Tell me about something these boys can’t do!
Other Performances include DaBaby, who performed with popular Vegas masked magicians Jabbawockeez.
The ‘Video Of The Year’ award was bagged by The Weeknd for The Blinding Lights. On by BTS won the ‘Best Pop’, and Ariana and Lady Gaga’s Rain on me won ‘Song Of the Year’.
Chadwick Boseman: Not Forgotten
Among all the enjoyment, the VMA’s did not forget about the recent tragedy that shook the world. Host KeKe Palmer began the show by talking about topics like strength and struggle. Also, she dedicated the show to the late actor Chadwick Boseman, who recently passed away at 43 due to Colon Cancer.