Video Music Awards 2011
September 8, 2011 by Post Team
Video Music Awards 2011, The 2011 MTV Video Music Awards seemed positively different compared to previous years. Spectacular performances, tributes, and not the official site of the awards buzz were trending topics on Twitter and tweets.
The VMAs 2011 a new record to the rake, the largest audience in the history of MTV, with 12.4 million viewers, according to an article published in the online edition of MTV.
We used to see the awards ceremony sponsored by familiar faces, but MTV decided to go without a host this year, which caused some problems. The show was more polished and sophisticated aura had no jokes and pointless too uncomfortable to chance to take on as it had in the previous sample. VMAs this year was quite good and the night there were many areas of interest to focus.
Lady Gaga, who is famous for creating headlines for public events, opened the show dressed as his alter ego Jo Calderone male. Even more shocking was expected of her, Lady Gaga settled for the male gaze throughout the show, without any costume changes, and managed to steal the spotlight overnight.
The surprise of the awards went to Beyonce Knowles, who announced her pregnancy in the “black carpet” and confirmed that rubbing your belly in the performance of “Love on Top” from their latest album “4”.
While Chris Brown was barred from acting in the previous edition, after his assault chargers guilty of ex-girlfriend Rihanna, many people called his performance “epic.” Dressed in white, Brown and his dancers put on an energetic show in the performance of his hits “Yeah 3x” and “Beautiful People”. Brown also used songs from Nirvana and Wu-Tang Clan on their performance. Fast-moving high-trick ball and flying above the crowd, the performance of Brown will be remembered as one of his best so far.
Lady Gaga Britney Spears presented as the winner of the Michael Jackson Vanguard and was followed by dancers dressed in costumes of many infamous Spears, rocked the scene of some of their biggest hits. The interesting thing about Spears’s acceptance speech was that she kept short and simple by focusing more on the introduction of Beyoncé’s upcoming performance rather than their own tribute. For an artist who has been in business for over a decade and has made a huge impact on pop music industry, which was quite disconcerting to see her cut her short speech to focus on the introduction of another artist. She was well nervous and not very happy about the prize and the honor he received. Either way, gave the audience something to talk about and, of course, peep about.
VMAs this year, definitely, highlighted the changes that made MTV. The show was interesting, had some great performances and gave us a lot about Twitter. Maybe now you know that the MTV show drew the largest audience in the history of MTV, which will focus on bringing back the power of music videos on your network.
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