"I'll be fine because my faith is strong."
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Instead of the epic twerkfest we’ve come to expect, this year’s MTV Video Music Awards often felt like a televised three-hour support group meeting, aiming to offer aid and comfort to viewers distressed about racism, suicide, and body-shaming. The political aspects of her opening monologue — with gags trying to find topical hay in everything from The Handmaid’s Tale to fidget spinners — seemed a little too safe, as if the producers felt it was too early in the night for a renowned liberal entertainer to actually antagonize Trump fans. Whatever the comedic point was of Perry going to Mars in her opening monologue, it got lost somewhere around the moon.
On Life of Kylie, Kylie Jenner was preparing to go to the Met Gala, wearing a custom made Donatella Versace dress but she was a little bit nervous about the whole deal.
Kristen Bell accidentally finds herself in heaven in “The Good Place.” And Heston Blumenthal’s jaw-dropping meals come to the Cooking Channel.
From the very first prize presented Sunday, and even before the show began, politics demanded a starring role in MTV's Video Music Awards
And even what you saw during Sunday night's awards show.
The reviews are in and while a lot of Katy Perry’s jokes as host of the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards might have fallen flat, her fashion didn’t fail her. Perry started things off on the red carpet in a structural gown from Stephanie Holland, featuring geometric cutouts and accoutrements. For yet another bit, this one with comedian Billy Eichner, she slipped into a one-shoulder look with some thigh-high leather boots.