Music icons have always held a unique place in our hearts and minds. Their charisma, talent, and larger-than-life personas have made them the subjects of adoration and fascination for generations.
Yet, behind the glitz and glamour, these perfect girls are not immune to scandal, and one of the most controversial and damaging types of scandals in the entertainment industry is centered around sex.
The MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) have provided us with countless memorable moments in music history. From electrifying performances to jaw-dropping surprises, the VMAs have been a platform for artists to push boundaries and create unforgettable experiences. In this article, we delve into the most iconic VMA performances that have left an indelible mark on our collective memory. Join us as we take a nostalgic journey through some of the most iconic performances in MTV’s VMA history.
First kisses can be the strangest experience we have had in our lives so far. No one knows what they are doing and nerves are on edge.
It’s not as bad as the day you lose your virginity but it is definitely up there. It’s scary and you know you don’t have the skill of a sexe gratuit star.
But we all gotta start somewhere right?
Some of these stars’ first kissing experience is no different than everyone else’s.
Others had an embarrassing moment they just wish they could forget or even take it back.
Singer Taylor Swift made a name for herself at the MTV Video Music Awards, with “All Too Well” winning the award for the best music video of the year, as well as best long-form video and best direction. This year’s awards, at a ceremony held in Newark, New Jersey, were evenly split, with three statuettes for Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow for their version of the song “Industry Baby,” and three for Harry Styles. Styles, who was not present, took home the award for best album of the year (“Harry’s House”), while his song “As It Was,” won the distinction of best pop music video and best cinematography. Harlow also won, individually, with “First Class,” voted the best song of the summer. Swift took advantage of the ceremony to announce that she will release a new album on October 21, entitled “Midnights”, in which she will tell 13 stories…
Martin Gore, the co-founder and main songwriter of Depeche Mode is preparing to be haunted by memories during the British group’s world tour, the first after the death of his partner, Andy Fletcher, he said in an interview with AFP on Wednesday. The sudden death of keyboardist Fletcher in May, after four decades of working together, continues to plague the group. During a press conference in Berlin on Tuesday, they announced the release of a new album, followed by a world tour, their first in five years. “Andy loved hotel bars. When we travel the world, I’ll see him sitting in hotel bars with a beer in front of him. It’s like I can’t get away from that,” said Gore, 61. “I understood this when I entered the hotel in Berlin, when I saw the bar where I had seen him so many times, that this would happen again during…
Sia is still under fire for calling for her first film Maddie Ziegler, the star of her music videos, to play the role of a young autistic. In an internet discussion, the Australian will have gone too far Sia gave an interview to the “Sunday Morning Herald” newspaper, in which she lamented the reaction she had to the critics of her new film, “Music”. The singer was heavily criticized on social networks for listing Maddie Ziegler, the star of her music videos, for the role of a young autistic. Sia’s critics wanted this role to be given to an actress within the autism spectrum – and even created a petition for the film’s release to be cancelled, which collected over 7,000 signatures. “In retrospect, I should have kept my mouth shut,” said the author of ‘Chandelier’. “It was three in the morning and I have a rule: do nothing very…
The director of “The Rings’ Saga” addresses one of the most fascinating chapters in the history of ‘fab four’ in “The Beatles: Get Back”. “I hope it will make you smile and bring the joy we need so much in these difficult times”. A short teaser was released for Peter Jackson’s new documentary about the Beatles, “Get Back”. The director of “Lord of the Rings” intends to “transport the audience back in time to the intimate recording sessions of the Beatles during a key moment in the history of music”. The documentary is scheduled to premiere on August 27, 2021, after it was postponed due to the covid-19 pandemic. “Get Back” is now in editing stage. See the teaser:
The year ends with an Iggy Pop song about the pandemic. “I wanted to do something direct, not too emotional or profound” Entitled ‘Dirty Little Virus’, the theme contains verses such as “Grandfather’s dead / Got Trump instead”. The “godfather of punk” also shared a video where he explains the genesis of this theme: “I wanted to write a direct letter, nothing too emotional or deep, more like journalism”, he says. “If there was a ‘Man of the Year’, it would be the virus. So I wrote the lyrics about it”. See Iggy Pop’s explanations and listen to ‘Dirty Little Virus’: