MTV VMAs: Most Memorable Moments

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Oh the VMA’s how we love you – whether the artists are putting on controversial performances, announcing pregnancies or donning a daring look on the red carpet – remember Lady Gaga’s meat dress?!

 
Here’s the most memorable moments from the VMA awards…  

 
Twerking-gate…
 

Remember Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke’s raunchy display at the 2013’s VMA’s when she backed up on Robin Thick during his performance. “I can’t believe that was a big deal,” Miley said of their duet. Um, we can.
 
 


Introducing Madonna…

 
Queen Madge was out in all form at the first ever VMA’s in 1984. The queen of pop belted out her iconic hit ‘Like A Virgin’, wearing that bustier/wedding gown.

 
The 90s IT Couple
 

Before Johnny and Kate the coolest 90s couple around was Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain  – who brought their daughter Frances Bean, now 21, to the awards with them in 1993.

 
Britney With Her Snake…

 
Britney Sssssizzled on stage when she performed her hit song ‘I’m a Slave For U’ in 2001, with a huge snake draped over her shoulder, Brit certainly had hearts racing with this one.

 
 
Spice Up Your Life!

 
The Spice Girls took the red carpet by storm in their iconic outfits in 1997.

 
 
Gwen Stefani’s Futuristic Glam…

 
Like, who could forget her bubble gum blue hair and matching bra in 1998; and those amazing glittering gems on her face?!

 
Beyonce’s Baby News…

 
Queen B stole the show in 2011 when she cradled her growing baby bump and shouted to the crowd ‘I want you to feel the love that’s growing inside of me’. Aw.

 
Taylor Vs. Kanye

 
Who could forget the moment Kanye stormed on stage during Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech in 2009, and declared that Beyonce should have one. Poor Tay looked devastated – and rightly so.

 
When Madonna And Britney Did This…

 
Brit and Madge were shocked audiences when they locked lips after their performance in 2013.

 
 
Lady Gaga’s Meat Dress

 
Vegans look way! Lady Gaga walked out in a head-to-toe meat ensemble at the 2010 awards…

By Shanique Joseph