There were plenty of highlights, including memorable red carpet fashions — from Taylor Swift 's sparkling Versace number to Lil Nas X 's bedazzled cowboy getup — and standout performances — Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello practically set the stage on fire with their sultry rendition of "Senorita" — but the evening was also packed with a number of unexpected off-camera moments that weren't so flattering. Not only did organizers choose to host the ceremony in an unexpected location — the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey — but they also picked an unconventional host many had never heard of, which did not go over well, to say the least. While Sebastian Maniscalco's disastrous opening monologue will live on in internet infamy, there were plenty of other VMAs-related moments that didn't hit the mainstream. A big spoiler, some perceived snubs, and an A-List no-show were just some of the under-the-radar moments. When Sebastian Maniscalco was announced as the host , the news raised plenty of eyebrows, and sparked countless headlines and tweets about who he was and why he was chosen.
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5 Biggest Jaw-Droppers at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards
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The show debuted 20 years ago, likely before they were born. But, I have to ask, are kids even watching the VMAs? Last year, the annual awards hit an all-time low with a 1. Is it possible that that demo is instead just finding videos of the performances the following day and contributing to the million follow-up streams?
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So far, has been the year the awards shows have been Actually Good. The Grammys — long a bastion of unwatchability — managed to eke out a mildly compelling show capped by Kacey Musgraves taking home the big prize, a rare victory for the internet criterati after years of crowing about who got robbed at the end of the night. As a byproduct of our collective attention span entering an endless mitosis, awards shows have suffered ratings-wise in recent years — and that certainly includes the Video Music Awards. As it turns out, however, the VMAs turned out to be just fine. Not amazing — not even very good, really — but just fine, which is still head-and-shoulders above, at the very least, the year this happened.
Lizzo took the stage underneath a full moon and by that I mean a giant, rotating, thong-wearing booty. So they walked out, crossed the street, and went to a stage set up on the beach where a screaming hometown crowd waited to cheer them on. Instead, she let her friend and co-executive producer for the video Todrick Hall accept the award, cheering him on from the sidelines.