Amid the coronavirus pandemic, singers like Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd and Black Eyed Peas got creative with pre-taped productions while artists Maluma and CNCO performed on stage in New York City with an in-person crowd separated in cars.
However, Lady Gaga definitely stole the night. The “Sour Candy” songstress rocked a plethora of stylish alien-like facemasks. She pulled out a whopping seven looks during the two-hour show and each one was more show-stopping than the next.
“I think as she’s grown and matured and really come into her own and you can see — I mean, she talks about how much more confident she’s become as a person — and I think you see that in the way that she’s styling herself as well,” Kerin Rose Gold, a longtime pal of the NYC native and creative designer previously told Life & Style. “I love that she’s always down to take a risk and doesn’t care about current trends but at the same time, has done a really incredible job at going really elegant and really timeless.”
Kerin added, “She’s done an amazing job at sort of both taking risks and taking a lot of underground fashion and underground creative art and presenting it on a world stage, and she also does an incredible job at being this timeless, glamorous, beautiful woman. I think a lot of women have those dualities in us but we feel like we have to show one or the other and I feel she does both.”
As for other big winners of the night, The Weeknd won Video of the Year and Best R&B while BTS received awards for Best Group, Best Pop and Best K-Pop. Megan Thee Stallion won her first VMA for her song “Savage” in the category Best Hip-Hop.
Despite the Video Music Awards looking and feeling a bit different this year, there were still plenty of memorable moments. Keep scrolling to see what happened!
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