Mtv Vma Winners

August 29, 2011 by Post Team 

Mtv Vma WinnersMtv Vma Winners, The 2011 MTV Video Music Awards ceremony went without a host or much sense of direction Sunday night at the Nokia Theatre in a tribute to the singer Amy Winehouse and a performance in the career of Chris Brown rehabilitation offers moments stronger in the course of one night extremely inconsistent.

In a salute to Winehouse, who died last month at 27, British comedian Russell Brand recalled her first hearing “raw, gut-of-the voice of humanity” in London before he knew who he was. “She suffered from alcoholism and drug addiction many people just get the disease. Not everyone’s talent Amy was blessed.”

After the segment is marked Tony Bennett, who had recorded a duet with Winehouse in March for their next album. “She was so incredible,” said Bennett. “Of all the young artists I’ve met in the last 20 years, was a true jazz artist in the tradition of Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday. He had the gift. With jazz really, one cannot be a jazz singer, or or not you have it. ”

Video footage of the session on the pop classic “Body and Soul” Bruno made the transition to the stage of Mars jumps interpretation of established Motown song “Valerie” in one of the most exuberant moving live performances of the night.

R & B singer Brown scored another with her high-flying show in which he and other artists were flown through the theater as shown by their success, “Yes 3X,” Wu-Tang Clan “We protect the neck” and Nirvana “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

Brown continues its efforts to rebuild her career after becoming a virtual pop star is not welcome by her attack on then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 on its way to the Grammy Awards.

Katy Perry “fireworks”, was named video of the year overall, which she accepted wearing a yellow bucket that seemed to be embedded in the head.

“Oh, my God, thank you very much,” Perry said when she collected her statuette VMA Moonman for video that had recorded over 227 million hits from Sunday night. “I’m very proud of the song it represents.”

Adele Perry and videos won three each, the big winners of the night. In addition to global video of the year “fireworks,” Perry won for collaboration and special effects, both “ET” with Kanye West. Adele “Rolling in the Deep” video awards collected in the so-called three professional categories: art direction, cinematography and editing.

Lady Gaga had many of their peers and other spectators with her mouth open with her opening performance last appearance as she smoked a cigarette, throwing insults alter-ego Jo oiler Calderone, wearing night.

“Earlier tonight I said it got the best video with a message,” said Calderone Gaga-as-second when he accepted her VMA for “Born This Way” in the category of female video, after winning the new category added better video with a message. “There are many great artists in this room. … All the videos I have has a message…”

The new category appeared to be an effort by MTV bosses to strengthen artistic credibility to the stunning fashion and celebrity event-centered.

In the MTV Web site, a note appeared in each of the six videos nominees to ensure that the message of each one should not miss: Eminem’s video “Love The Way You Lie” is “pain and the danger of domestic violence, “” fireworks, “he said,” celebrates the wit and originality in all of us “, etc.

But the video-with-a-win Gaga message was announced midway through the pre-show broadcast rather evident during the formal ceremony, a move that seemed to imply that the rest of the afternoon will be devoted to the videos without any particular point.

West, however, managed to get a message of social consciousness in “all the lights,” a candidate for hip-hop video. It is a drama on domestic violence, including a fervent plea for the West about the daughter of a pair of inclined violence: “Do not let the university grow in the ghetto.”

Video West, in fact, has a stern message of her own: “WARNING: This video has been identified by the action of Epilepsy potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy.”

“We are doing everything possible to warn people who may be affected not to see it,” said Epilepsy Action spokeswoman Aimee Gee before. “We believe it is unfortunately very likely that people may have been affected.”

Show officials could have used a similar warning before the opening segment with comedian-actor Kevin Hart, which may have led to disorientation for some viewers with its stream of rotating geometric shapes behind it.

Hart tempered his comments with the mantra-like warnings that “I’m not hosting…. If I were the host, woulda put it another way.”

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