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Thursday, 28 August 2014

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's messy relationship, explained

Fans obsess over the idea of secret celebrity couples. If a couple chooses to keep its relationship out of the public eye in any way, fans worry they have broken up, had a fight, or gotten a divorce.

Whole websites exist just to track which celebrities have dated each other. We track Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendez. We worry about Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

For instance, the relationship between child stars Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez is constantly tracked because it is always on the brink of disaster, and it's one of the most gossiped about celebrity pairings of the moment. Who is Justin Bieber? Who is Selena Gomez? Why does anyone care?!

Calm down, we'll get there.

1) First things first, are Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez dating?

Selena Gomez has a good PR team and is notoriously vague about her relationships, so it's impossible to say for sure. Our professional opinion: It seems that way.

Rumors have been swirling for the past week that the two pop stars are back together after two years of on-again,-off-again dating. Bieber shaved his mustache last week, and the two attended a Bible study together. They also went on a movie date.

2) Wait. Can we backtrack? Who is Justin Bieber?
Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber is a singer, a songwriter, and a massive international pop-star. He's a Canadian who was discovered by Scooter Braun, a famous music manager, thanks to his work on YouTube. Under Braun's direction, Bieber paired up with Usher and signed his first record deal. He was 13.

Bieber released his first EP, My World, two years later. It went platinum. The phrase "Bieber Fever" was coined and quickly swept the nation — at least for teens. My World 2.0, Bieber's first full length album, hit the top spot on the Billboard charts. Its lead single, "Baby," became Bieber's signature hit, rocketing him to stardom.

The tour for the album became so popular that it was turned into a concert documentary titled Never Say Never. Never Say Never has a 64 percent critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Bieber, however, was not popular with everyone. The YouTube video for "Baby" has 4 million dislikes.

Bieber released another album, Believe, in 2012, which also debuted at no. 1, before he ran into issues, specifically drugs and being arrested. His second documentary, Believe, bombed at the box office. Though Bieber is still incredibly popular on Twitter and Instagram, he hasn't produced a number one hit in two years, which as a young pop star is a good way to start losing fans.

3) Who is Selena Gomez?
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez, like Bieber, was also a child star. She began her career on Barney and Friends and worked her way up through numerous Disney shows as a child before playing the lead role on Wizards of Waverly Place. While on the show, Gomez released her first studio album with her band, Selena Gomez & the Scene. The album peaked at ninth on the Billboard chart.

Gomez released two more albums with The Scene: A Year Without Rain and When the Sun Goes Down. She continued to act during the production of these two albums and appeared most famously in Spring Breakers with James Franco. Her first solo album, Stars Dance, was released in July of 2013 and produced by the Cataracts. She is rumored to be working on her second studio album.

4) What songs are these two even famous for?

Justin Bieber has had many Top 40 hits including "As Long as You Love Me" and "Baby." His most recent smash hit is "Boyfriend."

Selena Gomez has not had anywhere near the commercial success of Bieber. Her biggest hit, "Come and Get It," peaked at no. 6 on the Billboard charts.

5) When did they start dating?

Bieber and Gomez became friends because they were both young and famous. Rumors, of course, began to fly that they were more than friends, but Selena Gomez told Ellen Degeneres in 2010 that there was no way she was dating Justin Bieber. "He's like my little brother!" she said.

That fall, though, rumors continued to swirl. The two were spotted in the Caribbean kissing on a yacht. There were photos, but Gomez was also rumored to be dating both Taylor Lautner and Nick Jonas at the time. She was 18, and Bieber was 16 when they officially announced their relationship at the 2011 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

6) What happened to their relationship?

The two split officially in January 2013.

"I don't know what's going on in my life," an obviously confused Bieber told Page 6. "To even assess that it doesn't make sense ‘cause I have not made any comment."

Their breakup didn't seem to stick. In April 2013, Bieber posted a photo of the two looking very cuddly to his Instagram with the caption: "You've been makin music too long babe come cuddle." Thus began a series of back-and-forth on-again-off-again comments for the two pop stars. They've broken up and gotten back together so often that headlines about their relationship have started to include the word "yawn.

" Throughout the changing relationship statuses, Gomez has stayed more private than Bieber. She released Stars Dance and posted a lot of happy Instagram photos with captions like, "Taking my power back." In early 2014, Gomez voluntarily checked herself into rehab for a few weeks for reasons that her representative told People were "not for substance abuse."

What interesting about the Bieber/ Gomez relationship is that he seems much more interested in attaching himself to her than she seems interested in attaching herself to him. He continues to post photos when they are together with mushy captions. Meanwhile, he's gotten himself arrested in Miami on charges of DUI, barred from Miami nightclubs, and punched at by Orlando Bloom in Ibiza. (Yes, punched at.)

7) Why do people care so much about whether they are dating?

Why do people care so much about baby pandas? We cannot know these things.

People care about Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez's relationship for the same reasons they care about whether or not Beyoncé and Jay-Z are in a political marriage: they are invested. Fans of Bieber and Gomez watched them grow up, and to some degree, their caring cannot be helped.

And now that you know everything, you, too, can care. Isn't it a wonderful feeling?

Chelsea Handler’s Star-Studded Finale: Celebrities Gather to Sing for ‘Lately’ Host (VIDEO)

Chelsea Handler’s Star-Studded Finale: Celebrities Gather to Sing for ‘Lately’ Host (VIDEO)

Jennifer Aniston, Miley Cyrus, Melissa McCarthy, Dave Grohl, Sandra Bullock, 50 Cent and Gwen Stefani were among the many celebrities who gathered to send off late night host Chelsea Handler on her final E! talk show.
Handler, who is moving to Netflix, was also joined by Selena Gomez, Gerard Butler, Wiz Khalifa, Chloe Moretz, Johnny Knoxville and Fergie, among a slew of other stars, for their “We Are the World”-esque performance of “Roll Yourself a Joint and Have a Drink.”
“I’m really really appreciative to E! for giving me this opportunity to do the show and I never really got a chance to be serious and say thank you,” she told the audience.
“I’ll see you on Netflix!”
Earlier in the show, Bullock and Aniston staged an intervention for the late night host alongside another friend Mary McCormack.
The trio joked that Handler’s move to Netflix was code for rehab.
“Netflix is a wonderful facility where you’ll be able to get all the help you need,” they told her.
Cyrus performed a version of Roy Orbison’s “It’s Over” as well while Ellen DeGeneres appeared in a “Nude Shower Fight” segment.
Later, Handler was surprised by former lover, rapper 50 Cent, who also performed for the live audience.
“I did end our relationship abruptly,” she admitted to the the rapper. “I wanted you to know I have not dated a black man since.”
“They say when you go black you can’t go back well I came running back.”

Pamela Anderson Calls off Divorce from Husband Rick Salomon, Couple Still Married

                      Pamela Anderson Calls off Divorce from Husband Rick Salomon, Couple Still Married
Make your mind up!Pamela Andersonhas scrapped legal plans to divorce two-time husband Rick Salomon, a spokesperson at the Los Angeles Superior Court confirms to source.

"A petition to dismiss the divorce was filed by the petitioner [Anderson] on August 21," the spokesperson told . "The divorce filing was dismissed on August 22 so the couple is still officially married."
The former Baywatch star, 47, initially filed for divorce from Salomon, 46, on Thursday, July 3 having already had her first marriage to the serial-celebrity-dater annulled six years previously.
The curvaceous actress revealed in January that she and Salomon (who first found fame as the costar in Paris Hilton's infamous sex video) had secretly remarried for a second time, after joking with Ellen DeGeneres that she was recycling her lovers.
"I don't want to meet anyone else," the Playboy covergirl said late last year. "It's recycling! No, I'm very happy. We're happy. He's a great guy."
 previously reported, the sincerity of Anderson's recent divorce petition was put in question just a couple of weeks after the paperwork was filed, when she and Salomon were snapped looking distinctly not estranged on the island of Sardinia, Italy.
"She's staying with him for now because she doesn't have the heart to hurt him," a well connected source told  of the on-again, off-again relationship. "He's a good guy but she just doesn't feel the same way.

A 'Happy, Healthy' Demi Lovato Reflects: 'I Wasted So Many Years Ashamed'

 Demi Lovato turned heads at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards wearing a fire-engine red gown with an extremely plunging top.
The singer then took to Instagram to explain that her outfit reflects her new positive body image, after years of torturing herself with insecurities.
Posting a series of photos of herself on the VMA red carpet over the years, including the one from Sunday, Demi wrote, "This picture makes me feel so many mixed emotions.. I remember the day I wore the dress in the very first picture. I remember asking for Spanx to flatten my stomach because I use to feel so heavy and 'fat.' Now looking at this picture, you can clearly see my hip bones."
"It makes me sad because I wasted so many years ashamed of my body when I could've been living the happy and healthy life I live today," she continued. "It TRULY just goes to show you that your perceptions can lie to you. OR they can make you learn to enjoy life."
Lovato entered rehab in 2010, and her problems included an eating disorder she was open about. Years after getting help, Lovato launch her world tour at the beginning of September.
She closed by writing, "Fortunately looking at the picture of myself in the red dress...I not only feel so grateful for the love and support I've had from fans, friends and family, but... I also feel.. beautiful," she concluded. "I'm so excited to live my life the way I deserve to and to the complete fullest. Thank you guys once again.. I'm so thankful for my Lovatics. I love you... And never forget that staying strong is worth it."

Kylie Jenner Shows Her Edgy High Fashion Side In ‘V Magazine’ Cover Shoot

Kylie Jenner high fashion shoot

Watch out, Kendall! It looks like your baby sister is nipping at your heels. Recently, Kylie Jenner has been involved in some high profile fashion spreads of her own.
Daily Mail reports that Kylie recently wrapped a solo shoot with ‘V’ magazine, and her pictures are absolutely stunning. This shoot is the first of many high fashion shoots that the edgy 17-year-old youngest member of the Kardashian/Jenner empire. In the words of Chelsea White of the Daily Mail:
“Staring down the camera with wet hair falling over her face, heavily lined eyes and long black nails, Kylie Jenner is the perfect edgy model.” -Chelsea White/Daily Mail
Kylie also had a chance to sit down with Chad Pitman of V Magazine to spill the beans on what it is like growing up in front of a national audience:
“We [herself and sister Kendall] don’t even remember a time before the show and before the cameras and all that. It’s all kind of normal to us.”
This shoot points to an official high fashion statement, although the youngest Jenner sister has been active in the fashion industry for quite a while. She also confessed during her interview with V magazine that she’s “obsessed” with Instagram:
“Kendall showed it to me, and my mom was on Twitter before me, so I was kind of the last one in the family to get on social media.”
Indeed, her time spent on Instagram has certainly paid off as her account now boasts 11.5 million followers. 
Even Kylie’s older sister Kim has always quick to praise Kylie’s cutting edge style that allows her to stand out in a family obsessed with fashion. It probably doesn’t hurt that Kylie also parties with the likes of Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy fame with her sisters for the designer’s birthday.
Besides being a young fashion icon, Kylie is also an author. She and her sister Kendall have recently published a book titled Rebels: City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Livia. Kylie revealed to V Magazine the inspiration behind the book:
“Originally, we were going to do a book revolving around me and Kendall, maybe high school girls or something like that. Then we decided we wanted to do something that no one expected, like a sci-fi novel. So it actually has nothing to do with our life, and that’s what we wanted.”
If you want to read the full story and see Kylie Jenner’s entire spread in V Magazine, the September issue hits shelves on September 10th.

Jessica Alba's Honest Company Is Worth Nearly $1 Billion, Preps for IPO

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For was DOA at the box office, but leading lady Jessica Alba is having big success off-camera. 
The 33-year-old's eco-friendly baby products business, The Honest Company has raised $70 million as it readies for an initial public offering and the company is worth just under $1 billion, according toDow Jones VentureWire. The funds came from Wellington Management Company and also include some unnamed public financial companies and existing venture investors.

The movie star, a mother of two, co-founded the company — which sells everything from non-toxic diapers and wipes to cribs made with sustainable wood and nontoxic paint — along with Christopher Gavigan, Sean Kane, and Brian Lee in 2011. This year, The Honest Company's annual revenue is expected to be over $150 million, which is three times its 2013 sales, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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Some of the cleaning supplies in the line ... as well as diapers. (Getty Images/The Honest Company)
Some of the cleaning supplies in the line ... as well as diapers.Company)
The company has plans to expand from mostly online sales to stores. Right now, a very small portion of the products are sold at retailers, ranging from Target to Nordstrom, but their big business centers around a diaper subscription service sold online. Additionally, they follow a business model along the lines of Toms Shoes in which they give back, matching every purchase with a donation to charity.
Alba, who is married to producer Cash Warren, has said that becoming a mother to daughters Honor, 6, and Haven, 3, inspired her to start the business. While prepping for her first child, she washed some baby clothes and had an "allergic reaction to the number one laundry detergent that is geared toward babies," getting welts on her hands, Alba told the Wall Street Journal. After doing research, "I found out that there are all these toxic chemicals in products that are not only geared toward babies, which is horrifying, but in everyday cleaning products all around your house… I wanted to create the safest and healthiest environment and there wasn't one trusted brand that I could rely on."
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Here's Alba carrying her company's diaper cake into Gwen Stefani's baby shower in February. (Splash News)
Here's Alba carrying her company's diaper cake into Gwen Stefani's baby shower in February.
The star of flicks from Fantastic Four to Little Fockers has turned some of her celebrity pals onto her line too. She is known for gifting her merchandise to other A-listers, showing up at the baby showers of Jessica Simpson and Gwen Stefani carrying the brand's diaper cake. (Alba and Simpson will have plenty to talk about the next time they get together as newlywed Simpson's fashion company is also a billion-dollar business.)

Alba's most recent flick, the Sin City sequel, flopped last weekend at the box office. But it's obvious she doesn't have too much to worry about. She has other things on her plate.

Monday, 25 August 2014

Ariana Grande's VMA Performance Will Make You Spontaneously Fist Pump

This is the part when Ariana Grande breaks free on the VMA stage.
The 21-year-old singer opened the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards by singing her song, "Break Free," her hit dance collaboration with EDM producer Zedd. She was a ball of energy, hopping around the stage in thigh-high boots and a diamond-studded leotard.
ariana grande
Grande quickly did a costume change as Nicki Minaj performed her new single, "Anaconda," and then joined Minaj and Jessie J for their collaboration, "Bang Bang."
ariana grande
Grande has come a long way since her VMA pre-show performance last year, when the up-and-coming Nickelodeon star was dubbed an "artist to watch" by the network. 
Her new album, "My Everything," drops Aug. 25.

Bow down: Beyonce owns the MTV Video Music Awards

Bow down: Beyonce was the reigning queen of Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards.
The diva closed the awards show with an epic nearly 20-minute performance. Tears streamed down her face as she was joined onstage by her beaming husband and daughter, amid the numerous rumors surrounding her marriage.
Beyonce sang and danced in a metallic leotard while Blue Ivy and Jay Z watched from their seats as the diva declared: "MTV, welcome to my world."
As Beyonce accepted the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award, the VMA's version of a lifetime achievement award, at The Forum in Inglewood, California, she kissed her daughter and husband Jay Z, who called her the "greatest living entertainer." The duo won best collaboration for the hit "Drunk In Love."
"I have nothing to say but I am filled with so much gratitude," she told the cheering crowd as they chanted her name repeatedly.
Her performance easily outdid her competition throughout the night, though Beyonce lost video of the year, which instead went to Miley Cyrus who let a homeless man accept her award. It was in sharp contrast to the 2013 VMAs, when Cyrus twerked and danced shockingly onstage.
"Thank y'all, my name is Jesse and I am accepting this award on behalf of the 1.6 million runaways and homeless youth in the United States who are starving, lost and scared for their lives right now. I know this because I am one of these people," he said, as a teary Cyrus looked on. "Though I may have been invisible to you in the streets, I have a lot of the same dreams that brought many of you here tonight."
Cyrus' decision to let someone else accept her award to promote a cause was reminiscent of Marlon Brando's 1973 Academy Awards best actor win, when he gave a Native American activist the stage rather than accept his Oscar trophy.
The two-hour show was tamer than past VMAs: the most shocking moment was Nicki Minaj's rump-shaking during her performance of "Anaconda" in the show's first minutes and her wardrobe malfunction when she joined Ariana Grande and Jessie J for "Bang, Bang."
"It felt amazing to open the show, and we ran out of time getting the dress zipped up," Minaj said backstage.
Taylor Swift was a crowd favorite when she performed her new single "Shake It Off" in shimmery, fringed shorts and a crop top. She got to the top of the stage, and as her tuxedoed male background dancers stood with their arms wide open waiting for Swift to jump she said, "One second. I don't care if it's the VMAs. I'm not jumping off there."
She continued: "It's all kinds of people getting bitten by snakes. Dangerous."
Grande, who held hands with rapper Big Sean backstage, kicked off the show with a performance of her EDM hit, "Break Free" in a Beyonce-inspired leotard. The 21-year-old won best pop video for her smash single "Problem," but lost best female video to Katy Perry, who won for "Dark Horse."
Perry sported a figure-hugging denim dress and was joined by Riff Raff in a coordinating outfit, mirroring Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears at the 2001 American Music Awards.
The night also featured a serious social message: Rapper-actor Common held a moment of silence for Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old who was fatally shot by a police officer on Aug. 9, before he presented the award for best hip-hop video.
"Hip-hop has always been about truth and has been a powerful instrument of social change, from Melle Mel to Public Enemy to Kendrick Lamar," Common said. "Hip-hop has always been presented a voice for the revolution."
Later, a 15-second spot aired alluding to the shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, urging viewers to take action to eliminate bias.
"Not everything that is faced can be changed; but nothing can be changed until it is faced," a quote by author James Baldwin read on the screen.
Lorde won best rock video for "Royals" and Ed Sheeran won best male video, beating out Pharrell, Eminem, John Legend and Sam Smith, who was a show highlight with his smoldering performance of his hit "Stay With Me."
Iggy Azalea and Ora appeared onstage as spider women when they performed their hit "Black Widow," as Swift, Lorde and Charli XCX danced and sang along.

VMA Highlights: Nicki Malfunctions, Miley Goes Mute, Sam Smith Mesmerizes, Beyoncé Endlessly Medley-izes

There was something symbolic about Nicki Minaj's wardrobe malfunction during the opening number of the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. As she clutched the pieces of her dress together, viewers thought they might be about to see something a lot more interesting or provocative than they ever ultimately got.
The two-hour-plus telecast was most notable for what we didn't see: The six-foot snake that got banished after biting one of Minaj's dancers during rehearsals. Last year's pariah/heroine, Miley Cyrus, singing or saying a word. And anything remotely resembling rock 'n' roll. Where's a foam finger or guitar when you need one?
Here are 10 moments from the show that had us wanting to either "Shake It Off" or just sleep it off:
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Beyoncé's telethon. Her nine-month-old, self-titled album currently sits at No. 88 on the charts, so you wouldn't say it's dominating the cultural conversation at this late date. Nonetheless, Beyoncé chose to close the show with a medley of all 14 songs from the album, mystifying the 99-percent-plus of Americans who aren't intimately familiar with it. Feminist messages flashed on the screens behind her, immediately preceded by dancers doing the usual pole-grinding, making the epic performance seem part infomercial, part empowerment seminar, part Skinemax movie. All this, and Blue Ivy, too!
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Sam Smith's Adele moment.Remember how Adele transfixed everyone at the 2011 VMAs with the simplest possible reading of "Someone Like You"? Smith may not quite have her star power, but he came awfully close to recreating that excitingly stripped-down dynamic by singing "Stay With Me," accompanied only by a keyboard player, and knocking it out of the Forum. If that wasn't a jaw-dropping moment, there were certainly some chins on the floor later in the show when Smith was beat out in the Artist to Watch category… no, not by the currently rising Charli XCX, which would be understandable, but… Fifth Harmony? Was he being punk'd?
Miley Cyrus's Marlon Brando moment. In an echo of Brando sending a Native American to accept his Oscar at the 1973 Academy Awards, Cyrus had a (formerly?) homeless young man accept her trophy for "Wrecking Ball." He nervously read from notes and urged viewers to go to her Facebook page for information on how to donate to a shelter for homeless youth in Hollywood. The sight of Cyrus looking on tearfully from her seat couldn't help but seem just a wee bit self-aggrandizing to some cynics, but at least she was using the moment to point her figurative foam finger in a useful direction.
Common makes sure America doesn't forget its Ferguson moment. "Hip-hop has always been about truth and has been a powerful instrument of social change," said the rapper, pointing to socially conscious performers from Melle Mel to Kendrick Lamar as a lead-in to getting to the news of the month. "I want us all to take a moment of silence for Mike Brown and for peace in this country and this world," he said, silencing the arena. Then he got everyone whispering again by presenting an award to Drake, who was unfortunately absent, preventing us from seeing the two partners-in-beefing getting to hug it out.
Five Seconds of Summer wimpily wave the rock flag. It's been "an amazing year for rock," said presenter Nina Dobrev, speaking for absolutely no one. The sole representatives of that genre on the show were this young band, whose powerless power ballad indicated they want nothing more than to be the Goo Goo Dolls when they grow up.
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Taylor Swift reminds us that bedazzlement is a girl's best friend.Swift's "Shake It Off" production number began with a knowing overhead shot right out of a Busby Berkeley musical, and continued with a slew of tuxedo'd dancers seemingly paying homage to Madonna paying homage to Marilyn Monroe. The number was punctuated by a weird but sly joke in which Swift threatened but failed to jump off a towering sign into the arms of her dancers, noting that "people are getting bitten by snakes," among other mishaps. The real joke? While her new "Shake It Off" video makes a gag out of her not being able to dance, she hoofed it just fine at the VMAs.
Maroon 5 sit at the kids' table outside the arena. It was only three years ago that a frustrated Adam Levine tweeted, "The VMAs — one day a year when MTV pretends to still care about music… F--- you VMAs." Apparently he's forgiven the show, though their relegating Maroon 5 to outside status may show they still don't trust him coming inside the hall. We wonder how many people driving through Inglewood saw that big "M" set and tried to pull it to buy a Big Mac?
Ed Sheeran and Lorde's wins prove that maybe MTV really does still care about music. Although you could make a more convincing case for that if either one of them had performed as well as accepted.
Usher and Nicki: all about that bass. Usher picked up a bass guitar to play a few licks while he bumped repeatedly into Minaj's ample behind. It's all about the bottom end — get it? Get it? If the evening had one running theme, it was that Sir Mix-A-Lot was way ahead of his time. Presenter Chelsea Handler quipped that she knew "there's gonna be a lot of big, fat asses at that awards show," adding, "I will present, but you have to put me up after someone who's white. So thank you, Taylor Swift, for being so white."
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Ariana Grande and Jessie J belt, while Nicki looks for a belt.Grande's star presence proved she'd earned the move up from preshow last year to show-opener this year. And Jessie matched her in lung power, pulling off one of the evening's best outfits, too, a miniskirt that showed the requisite expanse of skin while also looking stylish and classy. Poor Minaj, then, left without her anaconda andunable to show off whatever that malfunctioning outfit was designed to reveal.
Here's the complete list of 2014 VMA winners:
Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award: Beyoncé
Video of the Year: Miley Cyrus, "Wrecking Ball"
Best Male Video: Ed Sheeran, "Sing"
Best Female Video: Katy Perry, "Dark Horse"
Artist to Watch: Fifth Harmony, "Miss Movin' On"
Best Pop Video: Ariana Grande, "Problem"
Best Rock Video: Lorde, "Royals"
Best Hip-Hop Video: Drake, "Hold On, We're Going Home"
MTV Clubland Award: Zedd (featuring Hayley Williams), "Stay the Night"
Best Collaboration: Beyoncé (featuring Jay-Z), "Drunk in Love"
Best Video with a Social Message: Beyoncé, "Pretty Hurts"
Best Lyric Video: Five Seconds of Summer, "Don't Stop"
Best Direction: DJ Snake and Lil Jon, "Turn Down for What" (Directors: DANIELS)
Best Choreography: Sia, "Chandelier" (Choreographer: Ryan Heffington)
Best Visual Effects: OK Go, "The Writing's on the Wall" (Visual Effects: 1stAveMachine)
Best Art Direction: Arcade Fire, "Reflektor" (Art Director: Anastasia Masaro)
Best Editing: Eminem ,"Rap God" (Editor: Ken Mowe)
Best Cinematography: Beyoncé, "Pretty Hurts" (Directors of Photography: Darren Lew and Jackson Hunt)

Kim Kardashian, Kendall and Kylie Jenner Dance, Sing Along to Sam Smith's "Stay With Me" at 2014 MTV VMAs:

Count the Kardashian-Jenner sisters amongSam Smith's many fans. During the "I'm Not the Only One" crooner's performance of "Stay With Me" at the 2014 MTV VMAs on Sunday, Aug. 24, Kim Kardashian and half-sisters Kendall andKylie Jenner were spotted swaying and singing along to the music.
Kardashian, 33, actually introduced Smith's performance before rejoining her siblings in the audience. Taking the stage in a plunging minidress, the reality star casually referred to the British singer as her "friend."
Smith, 22, proceeded to bring down the house with a soulful, stripped-down rendition of his VMAs-nominated hit song. The crowd — including the Kardashian-Jenner girls — watched rapt with attention, mouthing the words and dancing in their seats.
Kanye West's wife first met Smith at Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show on Aug. 4. The singer Instagrammed a picture of them backstage at the time, praising the reality star as "outrageously beautiful." He later told Capital FM that she smelled of vanilla and was "really sweet" to him.
"I was sweating a little bit," he admitted. "She's beautiful and it was just really weird to meet someone like that who knows my music and is a fan of my music. It was really weird."

Katy Perry and Riff Raff Get All Justin and Britney on Us at 2014 VMAs

Katy Perry and Riff Raff Get All Justin and Britney on Us at 2014 VMAs

MTV's 2014 Video Music Awards proved with its red carpet that statement-making fashion was the name of the game that evening. While many stars relied on capturing attention via daring details on their outfits, some such as Amber Rose borrowed from vintage looks dating back nearly two decades.
Katy Perry and rapper Riff Raff raised the stakes even further in the homage department, however, adding a touch of humor that has become par for the course for Perry's famously lighthearted getups.
Recognize this famous look? The superstar chose to dress in an-all denim dress and statement belt reminiscent of the (yes, awful, but you certainly remembered it, right?) gown Britney Spears wore to the American Music Awards in 2001. Riff Raff, for his part, donned a matching denim suit, which we are guessing the now impeccably cool Justin Timberlake has purposefully blocked forevermore from his memory.
Yee haw, right? Well, have to give Perry and her game escort credit for not being afraid to rock a truly terrible look the second time around.
Perry was an early winner at the 2014 VMAs, scoring the Female Video of the Year early in the night for "Dark Horse." The 2014 VMAs aired Aug. 24 at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif.

MTV 2014 VMA Winners: The Complete List

2014 MTV VMAs

MTV's 2014 Video Music Awards were held Sunday night at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.
Miley Cyrus won the Video of the Year Moonman for “Wrecking Ball,” whileKaty Perry and Ed Sheeran won the awards for Best Female and Best Male, respectively. Ariana Grande took home the Best Pop award for “Problem” and Lorde won the Best Rock award for “Royals.”
Beyoncé led the pack with eight nominations, including nods for Video of the Year and Best Female, but her three wins were for Best Cinematography and Best Video With a Social Message for “Pretty Hurts” and Best Collaboration (with Jay Z) for “Drunken Love.”
The pop and R&B legend's other triumphant moments included performing a medley of songs from her new self-titled album and accepting the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award with her husband Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy on stage.
Here is the complete list of MTV Video Music Awards winners and nominees:
Also read: MTV VMA Winners: The Complete List
Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX – “Fancy”
Beyoncé ft. JAY Z – “Drunk In Love”
Pharrell Williams – “Happy”                                                                                                                       Sia – “Chandelier”                                                                                                                                Miley Cyrus - “Wrecking Ball” WINNER
Eminem – “Bezerk”
Drake ft. Majid Jordan – “Hold On (We're Going Home)” WINNER
Childish Gambino – “3005”
Kanye West – “Black Skinhead”
Wiz Khalifa – “We Dem Boyz”
Pharrell Williams – “Happy”
John Legend – “All Of Me”
Ed Sheeran ft. Pharrell – “Sing” WINNER
Sam Smith – “Stay With Me”
Eminem ft. Rihanna - “Monster”
Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX – “Fancy”
Beyoncé – “Partition”
Lorde – “Royals”
Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea – “Problem”
Katy Perry ft. Juicy J– “Dark Horse” *WINNER
Pharrell Williams – “Happy”
Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX – “Fancy”
Jason Derulo ft. 2 Chainz – “Talk Dirty”
Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea – “Problem” WINNER
Avicii ft. Aloe Blacc – “Wake Me Up”
Imagine Dragons – “Demons”
Arctic Monkeys – “Do I Wanna Know”
The Black Keys – “Fever”
Lorde – “Royals” WINNER
Linkin Park – “Until It's Gone”
Sam Smith – “Stay With Me”
5 Seconds of Summer -”She Looks So Perfect”
Charli XCX – “Boom Clap”
Schoolboy Q – “Man Of The Year”
Fifth Harmony – “Miss Movin On” WINNER
Beyoncé ft. JAY Z – “Drunk In Love” WINNER
Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea – “Problem”
Pitbull ft. Ke$ha – “Timber”
Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne and Tyga – “Loyal”                                                                                     Eminem ft. Rihanna - “Monster”                                                                                                           Katy Perry ft. Juicy J – “Dark Horse”
DJ Snake & Lil Jon – “Turn Down For What”
Zedd ft. Hayley Williams – “Stay the Night” WINNER
Calvin Harris – “Summer”
Martin Garrix – “Animal”
Disclosure – “Grab Her!”
Angel Haze ft. SIA – “Battle Cry”
Avicii – “Hey Brother”
Beyoncé – “Pretty Hurts” WINNER
J. Cole ft. TLC – “Crooked Smile”
Kelly Rowland – “Dirty Laundry”
David Guetta f/ Mikky Ekko – “One Voice”
30 Seconds to Mars - “City of Angels”
Beyoncé – “Pretty Hurts” WINNER
Arcade Fire – “Afterlife”
Gesaffelstein – “Hate or Glory”
Lana Del Rey – “West Coast”
Eminem – “Rap God” WINNER
MGMT – “Your Life is a Lie”
Zedd ft. Hayley Williams -”Stay the Night”
Beyoncé – “Pretty Hurts”
Fitz and The Tantrums – “The Walker”
Sia – “Chandelier” WINNER
Beyoncé – “Partition”
Usher – “Good Kisser”
Michael Jackson f/Justin Timberlake - “Love Never Felt So Good”
Jason Derulo f/2Chainz – “Talk Dirty”
KIESZA – “Hideaway”
DJ Snake & Lil Jon – “Turn Down For What” WINNER
OK Go- “The Writing's On the Wall”                                                                                                  Miley Cyrus - “Wrecking Ball”
Beyoncé – “Pretty Hurts”
Eminemft. Rihanna – “The Monster”
DJ Snake & Lil Jon – “Turn Down For What”
Iggy Azaleaft. Charli XCX – “Fancy”
Eminem – “Rap God”
Arcade Fire – “Reflektor” WINNER
Tyler, The Creator – “Tamale”
DJ Snake & Lil Jon – “Turn Down For What”
OK Go - “The Writing's On the Wall” WINNER
Disclosure – “Grab Her!”
Eminem – “Rap God”
Jack White – “Lazaretto”