Olivia Rodrigo is imposed on Justin Bieber at the MTV VMA Awards

The debutant Olivia Rodrigo has surpassed the Star of Pop Justin Bieber on the Gala of the MTV VMA Awards, in which Lil Nas X was made with the coveted video cl

Olivia Rodrigo is imposed on Justin Bieber at the MTV VMA Awards

The debutant Olivia Rodrigo has surpassed the Star of Pop Justin Bieber on the Gala of the MTV VMA Awards, in which Lil Nas X was made with the coveted video clip award of the year and Megan Thee Stallion left without prize despite Be one of the favorites.

Rodrigo, who was catapulted to Fame for social networks, rose with three statuettes: Best new artist, song of the year and actingPush for "License Drivers", while Bieber consolidated as a better artist and triumphed in the pop category with Peaches ", next to Daniel Caesar and Giveon).

To Gala.

In a newly face-to-face gala after the Brooklyn Barclays Center was filled up to top of hundreds of fans who shouted enthusiastically by seeing their favorite artists through the red carpet and returning to the scenarios, something that was thrown away from Less after the virtual edition of last year.

Madonna was responsible for opening the show by paying a tribute at 40 MTV and his own career, who have been creked on many occasions, and dressed in a "Body" Dominatrix style at 63, he said about the MTV : "My life changed, changed the world and created a new form of art."

The performances

The night continued with spectacular performances under the attentive look of a huge astronaut - the symbol of the prizes - who guarded the stage, among them that of Bieber, who surprised to wear awkward jacket and hiding under a hood after six years of absence . The very young Rodrigo, who concluded his pop-punk theme "Good 4 You" breaking the goal of a camera with a microphone blow, said that this is the "most magical" year of his life and dedicated his prizes to "all the girls Let them write songs sitting on the floor of their rooms. "

On the other hand, Lil Nas X caused sensation on the red carpet with a long lilac clothing covered with sequins and on stage dazzled by removing layers until he stayed in purple boxes, interpreting "Industry Baby" with Jack Harlow and then his award-winning " Montero (Call Me by Your Name) ". The singer, who was the first openly homosexual rapper in reaching fame, had to wait until the last minute of the night to declare the winner of the videoclip of the year - Premio to which he adds the best direction and visual effects - but savored it from The first second, exclaiming: "Thanks to the Gay Agenda!".

OTHERS AWARDS

One of the most acclaimed, Billie Eilish, took two statuettes: the best Latin video for his collaboration "you will forget it", with Rosalía, and the "video for good" for his song "Your Power", about Inappropriate sexual behaviors. "We have to protect our young women at all costs," she declared.

Latin music, despite the fact that the prize of that category was not presented in the gala but was subsequently published, had room with animated presentations of Camila Hair; Shawn Mendes and Tainy; And Ozuna, who dedicated her fun "La Funka", surrounded by stuffed animals, Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic.

Other highlights was the novel "US global icon." that was awarded to the Rockers Foo Fighters: "We have been a band 26 years old and it is very good, but we want to thank all the MTV people yesterday and today," said Dabe Grohl, his "Frontman", after leaving The guitar on the ground.

One of the most sensual moments was played by the teacher of ceremonies, Doja Cat, winner of the best collaboration by "Kiss Me More" with Sza, who sang some of his successes suspended in the air, with his figure framed by the lights and smoke.

Justin Bieber, who had seven nominations, left alone with two "astronauts", but the night was more disappointing for the rapera Megan Thee Stallion, who had the same ballots and went with empty hands despite the controversial provocative theme "WAP", with Cardi B

Updated Date: 21 September 2021, 09:29

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