Camila Cabello Dedicates Her Video Of The Year Win To Madonna

Camila Cabello Dedicates Her Video Of The Year Win To Madonna

Camila Cabello Dedicates Her Video Of The Year Win To Madonna

Of course, the VMAs have always been about "moments" as much as awards themselves, and, as was the case a year ago, these didn't offer a flashpoint like Miley Cyrus twerking or Kanye West barging into a Taylor Swift speech with the immortal words, "I'ma let you finish".

The MLB All-Star was frequently spotted admiring Lopez as she went around doing interviews and taking solo pictures on the carpet. The "Waiting for Tonight" singer thanked her mother Lupe, who was in the audience. And Lopez started off slow - Kylie Jenner and Scott's unamused faces perfectly captured the vibe - but she hit a strong stride when she sang old smashes like "Jenny from the Block", "I'm Real" - where Ja Rule joined her onstage - and "All I Have", which showed the skilled dancer's vocal range.

"My life is sweeter and better with you in it", she said.

"And Alex. You're like my twin soul. There's so much more to do, to experience, and there's no one id rather do it with baby, you're my macho and I love you".

"Loyalty is everything to me", she said.

During the network's official pre-show, Terrence J was happy to give Hayley the award for Push Artist of the Year. "Anybody who knows me knows that and you guys have won me over forever". Video Vanguard P!nk completely transformed the VMA stage with a medley of her biggest hits, then accepted her award with a powerful speech about individuality and self-acceptance inspired by her daughter Willow, reminding those watching to be their true selves.

Lopez closed out her performance with a show stopping rendition of her track "Dinero" before she was presented with her Video Vanguard award by Shawn Mendes, becoming the first Latin artist to do so. Lopez danced her "Booty" off, participated in epic outfit changes, and showed everyone who the O.G twerk queen is.

The biggest victor of the night was Childish Gambino, the music stage name of actor Donald Glover, who came away with three for his hard-hitting video "This Is America" about black identity and police brutality.

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