When it was announced that Pink would be receiving this year’s Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs, someone named Leigh McVeigh made a good tweet that referenced the pop star’s predilection for acrobatic performances:
Awards season is back in full swing, as surely as there should be snow on the ground and ice in the sea. Sunday’s American Music Awards served as a warm-up red carpet for most attendees, given that music shows are by necessity and spirit less black-tie than most, and also because the AMAs don’t really mean anything…
As far as Drake and Taylor Swift are concerned, we must all be preoccupied with the possibility of their romantic coupling. And so, operating on this assumption, Drake has followed Swifty’s lead by filming his own Apple Music commercial where he—wait for it—bops around to her music.
Someone Actually Invited Me is a new column in which Kara Brown accepts the invitation to just about any open bar event she is invited to. She mostly wants to see if people will keep inviting her to fancy parties.
Blessed be, it’s rolling into nonstop red carpet season, and Los Angeles is simply brimming with your faves crossing their legs demurely in front of the appropriate step and repeat. The AMAs tend to be a little looser than your average Grammy/Oscar/Tony extravaganza, although the chic sheaths are already in full…
Perhaps scarred from years past, the American Music Awards were relatively tame Sunday night, both onstage and the red carpet.
The American Music Awards, which is indeed the most American of all the awards shows, aired on Sunday night. Taylor Swift won some sort of lifetime achievement award, Iggy Azalea beat Drake and Eminem in the rap category, and that should tell you everything. But let's continue.
Jaden Smith hit the American Music Awards Sunday night in jeans and a kinda dirty sweatshirt, a fairly average ensemble for a 16-year-old. He flashed his iPhone as accessory: a close-up revealed that his wallpaper background appears to be a photograph of Jaden Smith with his head on fire, titled "FIRE." Never stop…
ABC is reportedly worried about Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea flashing their ass cracks during their performance at the American Music Awards on Sunday. What a dilemma.
The nominees for the 2014 American Music Awards were announced today, and because there's nothing more American than cultural pilfering, Iggy Azalea is up for six awards, more than any other artist this year.
If the goal of the celebrity profile is to learn something we didn't know about a person we know far too much about, GQ contributor Amy Wallace did her job when she interviewed Katy Perry for the February issue of the magazine. We now have details about GeishaGate 2013, Katy's breasts, and aliens.
All hail the recipient of the AMA icon award.
My eight-year-old niece is visiting and she heard Miley and came running and no joke said "Seriously, that girl is so wild child OMG CATS!!!" So, there you have it.
Justin Timberlake does a better Taylor Swift than Taylor Swift. OMG GIRL!!!
"I appreciate all the other awards shows for what they are," Perry said. "Some are just kind of shock jock shows. Some are just like, `Hey, let's see how many celebrities we can get together.' Some are actually legitimate like the Grammys, and the AMAs is a very legitimate show with musicality to it."
Last night at the 40th American Music Awards, the stars were shiny and bright, with gold being one of the most popular colors on the red carpet.
Singer Christina Aguilera announces nominations for the 2012 American Music Awards at the J.W. Marriott L.A. Live on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, in Los Angeles. The 40th Anniversary American Music Awards will be held on November 18 at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
Last night, pop stars and celebrities attended the American Music Awards in LA. Trust a music awards ceremony to bring out the big guns, and of course by bringing out the big guns, I mean being praised for dressing in a way that is not socially acceptable anywhere or anytime else, which only makes social convention…