Tuesday, August 27, 2013

MIley Cyrus VMA;s Tongue Twerking performance

Miley made Lady Gaga seem normal

VMAs 2013: Miley Cyrus uses foam hand as sexual prop


Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke 

molesta foam hand while 

performing 




'Blurred Lines' during the 2013 MTV 

Video Music Awards in Brooklyn's 

Barclays Center Sunday night. 

Hanna Montana seems to think growing up means it is ok to display some 
HO-made moves on TV. 




Twerking with teddy bears WHAT WAS THAT ABOUT? 

Put that thing away 

This was Ho-rendus 


More: 
PHOTOS: MILEY CYRUS' MOST ATTENTION-SEEKING MOMENTS


From Hana Montana to Miley Cyrus
 is like Dr Jeckel to Mr. Hyde, 

Total transformation in the wrong direction. 





I think Robin Thick was wishing she was elsewhere. 



Look at the faces of the Smiths 









LIKE OMG .......TO...Not looking at that !!!!


The VMAs, long known for its rude language and surprises, 

lived up to its crying-for-attention legacy with Cyrus’ 

performance. Lewdly thrusting out her tongue and nastily 

stroking her crotch, this one-time teen star worked hard 

to bag the sleaze award of the night

To cement the title, she stripped down to a flesh-colored 

bikini during a duet with Thicke on his smash hit “Blurred 

Lines.”

Miley better get a damn pregnancy test after doing all that 

grinding,” quipped comic Kevin Hart.

But then there is JT stealing the Show ..Awesome 


Justin Timberlake performs onstage before being joined by 
his *NSYNC bandmates.

Justin Timberlake, who tied for the most nominations of the night with Macklemore and Lewis, took the top Video of the Year prize for “Mirrors.”

He also received the coveted Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, a body-of-work prize bestowed upon him by his periodic comedy partner, Jimmy Fallon.

“This is the ‘you got old’ award,” Timberlake joked backstage.




A more earnest appearance came from the hit hip-hop duo 

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, who performed their single 

“Same Love,” whose lyrics endorse equal marriage rights.




The performance was introduced by Jason Collins, the 

basketball player who recently came out as gay, and 

featured a guest vocal from Jennifer Hudson.

The clip won Best Video with a Social Message. “Out of 

every single song that I have ever written, to me, this is the 

most  important,” said Macklemore, who is straight. 

“Gay rights are equal rights. There is no separation.”

One surprise of the night: The girl-group Dannity Kane — 

who’d been formed by P. Diddy — announced their reunion, 

while taking a slight dig at their mentor. “We’re on our own 

terms this time,” one member said.

The electro duo Daft Punk, who hadn’t been set to appear, 

also made a surprise appearance, joining with club legend 

Nile Rodgers to give out the Female Video of the Year 

Award to Taylor Swift for “I Knew You Were Trouble.”




LADY GAGA kicks off Festivities at the VMAs.




Lady Gaga arrives at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards red 



carpet outside the Barclays Center on Sunday night.





Onstage, he performed a medley of his solo hits, from “Cry Me a River” to the new “Take Back the Night.” Then, he revealed the worst kept secret of the week — that he would reunite with his ’90s boy band ’N Sync. The fivesome, which hasn’t offered a major public performance in a decade, put in a fleeting performance of old hits like “Bye Bye Bye.”

Thirty Seconds From Mars took the Best Rock Video prize for “Up in the Air.” They beat out Fall Out Boy, Mumford & Sons, Imagine Dragons and Brooklyn faves Vampire Weekend.

Pink and Fun singer Nate Ruess won the Best Collaboration clip for their joint video, “Just Give Me a Reason.” It was an upset considering the stiff competition from Timberlake and Jay Z (“Suit & Tie”), not to mention Thicke’s much favored clip with T.I. and Pharrell, “Blurred Lines.”

Teen idol Selena Gomez got the Best Pop Video prize for “Come and Get It,” beating out stars as mighty as Timberlake and Mars.

Timberlake made up for that minor loss with added triumphs in the categories of Best Direction for “Suit & Tie” and Best Editing for “Mirrors.” Macklemore and Lewis also took the prizes for Best Hip-Hop Video and Best Cinematography for “Can’t Hold Us.”

The staging of the show at Barclays didn’t fail to impress, including a 60-foot blowup of the iconic Moonman prize. It was redesigned this year in a one-time only edition by the Brooklyn artist KAWS. With X’s on its eyes, and larger than usual ears, it looked like a gigantic, drunk Mickey Mouse.

This year’s show didn’t feature a host. The awards featured a new category this year, Song of the Summer, voted on by fans, via social media, during the show.

One Direction’s “Best Song Ever” took it, winning over more favored hits like “Blurred Lines” and “Get Lucky.” The boy band’s triumph inspired massive boos from the crowd at Barclays. It doesn’t get more Brooklyn than that.


Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/tv-movies/vmas-2013-lady-gaga-kicks-first-ever-mtv-video-music-awards-brooklyn-article-1.1436697#ixzz2dBlN1dVx





And just in-case you did sleaze it the first time 


Ok and now This was the best of the VMA's 

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