MTV’s Video Music Awards are always an exciting event: It’s where Beyoncé once revealed her pregnancy, where Madonna kissed Britney, where Kanye rudely stole Taylor’s thunder. This year, Beyoncé is returning to the MTV stage to receive the Video Vanguard Award, Nicki Minaj is performing “Anaconda” with reptile guest stars, and Aussie boy band 5 Seconds to Summer are making their VMAs debut. And EW’s own Hillary Busis and Marc Snetiker will be live-blogging every minute of it.
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It’s been a few years — more than a decade, actually — since NSYNC wrapped their final tour, 2001’s PopOdyssey. So it was to be expected at the group’s brief VMA reunion, during Justin Timberlake’s career-spanning performance, that there could be a few hiccups onstage. What the guys couldn’t plan for, however, was the technical glitch that gave Chris Kirkpatrick some extra (accidental) time in the spotlight.
Lance Bass and Joey Fatone paid a visit to E!’s Hello Ross on Friday and revealed why there were reports of a “catfight” between Bass and Kirkpatrick at last month’s awards show. What really went down? Check out the video below:
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Morning shows call Miley Cyrus 'disturbed,' declare Hannah Montana is 'dead'; everyone else thinks she's just being Miley
Mika Brzezinski, co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, is steaming mad at Miley Cyrus for her raunchy, twerk-festering VMA performance. So mad, that she hijacked the talk show’s opening minutes to spew a diatribe of the former Hannah Montana star, calling her among other things, ‘sick’ and ‘disturbed.’
While her co-hosts tried to steer the dialogue towards a general discussion of fallen Disney stars, Brzezinski wouldn’t let off her Miley-milieu:
“I wouldn’t make a joke out of it actually. That was really, really disturbing. That young lady, who is 20, is obviously deeply troubled, deeply disturbed, clearly has confidence issues, probably an eating disorder, and I don’t think anybody should have put her onstage. That was disgusting and embarrassing,” she added.
And in case viewers really needed to be banged over their heads with her point: “The whole thing was cringe-worthy, but I feel bad for her. She is a mess. Someone needs to take care of her. Someone needs not to put her onstage and make a complete fool of herself,” Brzezinski went on.
And on: “It was pathetic, desperate, sick. She’s clearly disturbed that she needs to do that. And if I can just be very honest after having studied this for a lot of reasons, she doesn’t look healthy.”
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