Katy Perry will be waking up in Inglewood.
MTV today named the host of the upcoming Video Music Awards, announcing that the Aug. 27 ceremony will be hosted by Katy Perry. The pop superstar will also perform during the VMAs. The ceremony will be televised live from the...
In what we can only assume is the next step in her ongoing, multi-year effort to destroy Taylor Swift, Katy Perry has been announced as the next host of MTV’s Video Music Awards. Perry—who’s nominated for five awards this year, including...Show More Summary
The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards are always an insane ride, and this year's show finally has a host to corral the crazy. Katy Perry will MC the awards, and she's been hard at work preparing. "I've been training with MTV in zero gravity, eating astronaut ice cream, and I'm on a group text with Buzz... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Katy Perry
Katy Perry will host the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards, it was announced Thursday. The pop superstar will emcee and perform at the annual awards ceremony after scoring five VMA nominations earlier this week. "I've been training with MTV...Show More Summary
Brace for impact because @KatyPerry is hosting the 2017 @VMAs on August 27: https://t.co/fTizxOT8Ch #VMAs ???? pic.twitter.com/bxgHrtMf9O — MTV (@MTV) July 27, 2017 The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards has finally found their host! After releasing...Show More Summary
Katy Perry has been set to host this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, which are set to air live August 27 from the Forum in Inglewood. She unveiled the news today on her Twitter feed. She will also perform, giving her the best seat inShow More Summary
Katy Perry will host the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. Last year's ceremony didn't have an official host as tradition dictates (though Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele did MC), perhaps due to the fact that Miley Cyrus was pretty terrible when she helmed the event back in 2015. In addition to hosting, Perry will also…
Kendrick Lamar leads with eight nominations.
The Video Music Awards and MTV have joined the popular science-denying trend by forbidding awards to be gender specific.
The nominees for the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards have arrived! And, perhaps unsurprisingly, the artist who garnered the most nods is Kendrick Lamar for this year’s visually-stunning opus “HUMBLE.” But he is joined by a crew of artists that includes Kanye West, Rihanna, Lorde, Big Sean and The Weeknd in getting the most love […]
Last year at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye West debuted the music video for his then- new song, “Fade“, starring our Bellyitch Bumpwatch alum, Teyana Taylor. Today, the 2017 MTV VMA nominations came out and to no surprise Taylor and her choreography team were nominated for Best Video Choreography! I am rooting for her... Read More »
The MTV Video Music Awards have announced the next batch of potential Moonmen owners.
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MTV announced the nominations for its annual Video Music Awards today, tapping a host of social media stars to drop the info on Instagram Live. The name most frequently flying off the lips of folks like Bretman Rock and Baby Ariel? Kendrick Lamar, whose “Humble” pulled down eight nominations, including Best Video, Best Artist, and Best Hip-Hop. Show More Summary
The Weekend and Katy Perry also scored.
MTV did more than just announce the nominees for this year’s Video Music Awards on Tuesday afternoon. The network also announced that it has done away with gender-based categories, as “Best Female Video” and “Best Male Video” have been...Show More Summary
MTV is continuing its legacy of hosting the most progressive award shows around. The music channel released its nominees for the 2017 Video Music Awards and ditched all of the gendered categories to combine Best Male and Female Video into Artist of the Year. To no one's surprise, Kendrick Lamar tops... Read More >
The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards nominations are in... and it's all about Kendrick Lamar this year! Read more...