Miley Cyrus put on her best "look at me, I'm wild" act at Sunday's Video Music Awards, performing "We Can't Stop" (her take the syrupy strip club anthems re-popularized as of late by Rihanna, a resurgent Juicy J and a host of other black acts) and fumbling her way through an instantly polarizing smorgasbord of lip-licking, wannabe twerking and (black) ass slapping.
Gaga's performance started with her face filling the entirety of the screen while wearing a blockhead. What followed was the performance of the many wigs. She shed the first headpiece for a lopsided white wig, followed by a yellow postiche and then a long blonde mane.
Miley Cyrus' MTV Video Music Awards performance Sunday night likely left many shocked and even puzzled, but no reaction was better than that of Rihanna and the boys of One Direction.
Because the 2013 Video Music Awards didn't have enough in the way of bumping and grinding, Relativity Media debuted a new
Perry's VMA performance marked the first time the 28-year-old played "Roar" in front of a live audience -- but she didn't
Others were downright disturbed. Cyrus performed her summer hit, "We Can't Stop," and then stayed on stage to perform "Blurred
Mars won the award for "Locked Out of Heaven," the first single off his latest album, "Unorthodox Jukebox." Mars was also
Sunday's awards show was hosted by One Direction and featured performances from a Who's Who of relevant pop acts, including
The performance recalled Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show, where that singer was joined by Destiny's Child bandmates Michelle