Monday, September 14, 2009



Photos By: RD/Dziekan/Retna Ltd.


Lady Gaga

Lauren Conrad

Leighton Meester


Sean Combs

Timberland With Friend

Keri Hilson

Roberto Cavalli


Ashley Greene

Fefe Dobson

Marc Anthony And Jennifer Lopez

Gerard Butler


Katy Perry

Andy Samberg

Nicky Hilton


DJ Cassidy

Joe Jackson

Miranda Cosgrove

Sean Kingston

Alexa Chung

Kanye West

Pete Wentz

Buzz Aldrin And Lois Aldrin

Kid Cudi


Sexy Beyonce was crowned queen of the MTV Video Music Awards last night in New York City, after winning the event’s Video of The Year award and sharing it with fellow singer Taylor Swift. Earlier in the evening, Swift’s winning moment, as she was awarded the Best Female Video prize, was interrupted and ruined by Kanye West, who stormed the stage to protest the honor and proclaim it belonged to Beyonce. Swift simply looked on in disbelief as West embarrassed her. But triple winner Beyonce made sure Swift had a moment towards the end of the show when she insisted the country star join her onstage as she accepted the night’s big award. Beyonce said, "I remember being 17 years old, up for my first MTV award with Destiny’s Child and it was one of the most exciting moments in my life, so I’d like for Taylor to come out and have her moment." Swift strolled onstage to a standing ovation and quipped, "Maybe we could try this again," before making the acceptance speech she would have earlier, if mean West had allowed her to finish. The evening was dominated by controversy, tributes and stellar performances from Beyonce, Pink, Jay-Z, Muse, Swift and triple winners Lady Gaga and Green Day. As well as Kanye West, show host Russell Brand and Gaga provided more controversy, comedian Brand made lewd references about Katy Perry, Gaga, Beyonce and Swift, and Gaga shocked by pretending to die in a bloody mess onstage at Radio City Music Hall. Her performance of her hit song Paparazzi, though enjoyed, was not the highlight of the evening, that belonged to superstar Beyonce, who took the stage with 30 lookalikes to sing and dance her way through megahit Single Ladies. Meanwhile, Pink also shocked with a gymnastic, high-flying show, wearing a pink heart covering the nipple on her exposed left breast and Beyonce’s husband Jay-Z concluded the performances with an Alicia Keys collaboration on New York anthem Empire State of Mind. Among the tributes, double prize winner Eminem dedicated his Best Hip Hop Video trophy to late pal Proof and house act Wale took a moment to remember Adam ‘DJ AM’ Goldstein, who was part of the house band last year. But the VMAs opened and closed with the biggest tribute to Michael Jackson, Madonna and Janet Jackson honored her brother at the beginning of the show and the first trailer for his This Is It concert rehearsal movie closed it. The winners were: Breakthrough Video - Lessons Learned by Matt & Kim Best Female Video - You Belong With Me by Taylor Swift Best Rock Video - 21 Guns by Green Day Best Pop Video - Womanizer by Britney Spears Best Male Video - Live Your Life by T.I. Best Hip Hop Video - We Made You by Eminem Best New Artist - Lady Gaga Video of The Year - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) by Beyonce Best Art Direction - Paparazzi by Lady Gaga Best Choreography - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) by Beyonce Best Cinematography - 21 Guns by Green Day Best Direction - 21 Guns by Green Day Best Editing - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) by Beyonce Best Special Effects - Paparazzi by Lady Gaga.

Tyson Ritter

Amanda Bynes

Pink With Corey Hart

Jermaine Jackson

Julie Henderson

Nelly Furtado

Jason Mayhem Miller

Taylor York And Hayley Williams

Swizz Beatz

Whitney Port

Fall Out Boy

Rose Byrne

Adrienne Bailon


Alessandra Ambrosio

Lo Bosworth

The All-American Rejects

Maria Menounos

Stephanie Pratt

Solange Knowles


Kristin Cavallari

Faye Dunaway

Jack Black

Green Day

Alicia Keys

Taylor Swift

Kanye West And Amber Rose