Choosing Taylor Swift's "You Belong With Me" over Beyonce's "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)" for Best Female Video is like picking a chick-flick over free Internet porn.
Either way, as a dude, you're publicly screwed.
That doesn't make Kanye West any less of an ass for interrupting 18-year-old Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV VMA's last night. It just confirms that he's a gay fish, after all.
Speaking of gay, I'm not sure which was more Lady Gaga's Carrie-inspired performance or the fact that Diddy was staring at it with his mouth gaped open in awe, as if he'd found the missing muse for his upcoming Dirty Money trio.
Don't do it, Diddy. The last thing you need at this point in your career is to be caught with blood on your hands.
The highlight of the night came before the opening tribute to Michael Jackson when Madonna delivered a heartfelt eulogy on his behalf. In it, she revealed how Jackson extended to her the hand of friendship during an innocent outing she invited him on back in 1991. It was a moving tribute that brought Madonna to tears and left the whole world wondering, Damn, did Mike hit that?
But the most embarrasing moment of the night came during the show's final performance when rapper and "America's Best Dance Crew" judge Lil Mama decided to jump onstage while Jay-Z performed "Empire State of Mind" with Alicia Keys. Even in her attempt to make a lil' name for herself (because, let's be honest, who's seriously checking for Lil Mama?), she was upstaged by the previous spazz-out performance of Kanye a man who needs no further introduction. (Read Mama's apology.
For a network that makes it's bread-and-butter airing fake "reality" shows, MTV does a great job at continuing to psyche naive viewers into thinking its annual VMA antics are anything but a well-scripted stageplay. Lil Mama and Kanye probably are both somewhere right now counting the plastic "Play My Video Now" tokens MTV paid them with for carrying out those tacky, little stunts.
Maybe someone should remind them that MTV doesn't play music videos anymore. Or maybe not.
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