Taylor Swift won Three VMAs. They are Video, Direction & Long Form Video Awards for "All Too Well".
Nicki Minaj ended her performance with “Super Freaky Girl”.
VMAs LALISA for “K-pop” BTS for “group” Nicki Minaj for “Video Vanguard”
BLACKPINK debuted "Pink Venom," a brand-new song, with furious choreography and lightning-fast vocals.
VMAs BLACKPINK: “metaverse performance” Dove Cameron: “new artist” Out of Time: “R&B video”
In a skin-tight, sparkly red outfit, she made good on her promise to ass-shaking.
VMAs Woman: “choreography” Seventeen: “push performance” First Class: “song of the summer”
Damiano David roared each phrase with pleasure as they tore through their gritty, sexy "Supermodel."
As It Was: pop video Cinematography INDUSTRY BABY: collaboration Art direction Visual effects
Fergie and Jack Harlow perform a mashup of "First Class" and her track "Glamorous," which stunned the audience.
VMAs Black Summer: rock video Happier Than Ever: “song”
The entire stadium was shining during Bad Bunny's "Titi Me Pregunto" VMAs performance.
VMAs Bad Bunny: “artist” I Wanna Be Your Slave: “alternative video” About Damn Time: “Video for Good”
Lizzo, one of the greatest live vocalists out there, was in top form with her vocals, high kicks, and creative dance.
VMAs SAOKO: “editing” Envolver: “Latin video” Harry's House: “Album”
At the 2022 VMAs, Johnny Depp makes an unexpected appearance as a Moonman.