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MTV VMAs 2015: complete winners list
Taylor Swift won Video of the Year for Bad Blood. She beat out Beyoncé (7/11), Ed Sheeran (Thinking Out Loud), Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars (Uptown Funk) and Kendrick Lamar (Alright ). She also presented a Lifetime Achievement Award and an open mic to Kanye West www.usmagazine.com  
Miley Cyrus hosted the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards and kept changing from one wild outfit to another

The annual MTV Video Music Awards are known for attendees' wild antics and even crazier outfits. Miley Cyrus was the host she delivered on her no holds barred promise, arriving in a Versace outfit that made the singer resemble a human chandelier.

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Miley Cyrus bares nipple at MTV Video Music Awards
Miley Cyrus' various costumes for Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards were for the most part nearly naked and then she took it a step farther and flashed her nipple during a costume change.
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Kanye West VMA speech: the answer is yes, I rolled up a little something
Kanye West MTV VMA speech: "Y'all might be thinking right now, 'I wonder did he smoke something before he came out here?' And the answer is yes, I rolled up a little something,
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Kanye West: I have decided in 2020 to run for President
In a free wheeling acceptance speech as varied and unpredictable as his own recording career, Kanye West stole the show at the VMAs. Accepting the Michael Jackson Video
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Ian McKellan almost didn't get to star in The Lord of the Rings and X Men
Ian McKellan shares the story of how he almost missed out on two of his most iconic roles: Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings films and Magneto in the X-Men films.
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Miley Crus puts raunchy new album with songs like F-ckin F-cked Up on the internet for free
Roger Friedman: Miley Cyrus has put a new raunchy album on SoundCloud for free. The album is a collaboration with the Flaming Lips. The song titles include Bang Me Box, Fuckin Fucked Up, and I’m so Drunk.
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Wes Craven dies at 76: director of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream horror films
Wes Craven, the prolific filmmaker behind A Nightmare on Elm Street and the Scream movies, kicked off his career with a film so violent and gory, censors in Britain banned it from theaters.
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MTV Video Music Awards 2015: best and worst fashion (pix)
Check out what the stars were wearing to the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
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MTV Music Video Awards: the best and the worst
Drag queens, rambling speeches, celebrity feuds, Justin Bieber in tears, and a whole lot of Taylor Swift. The 32nd MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles were as baffling as they were entertaining. Here’s the best and worst moments.
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MTV Video Music Awards: memorable moments
Nicki Minaj opened the show with a raucous medley of Trini Dem Girls and The Night is Still Young, with the latter featuring a surprise duet with Taylor Swift.
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Live sports no longer TV’s holy grail in US as ratings peak
American media companies could see their profits shrink due to the surging cost of broadcasting professional sports at a time when subscriber numbers are falling and viewership is hitting a plateau.
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Miley Cyrus holds a lit joint in the press room at the MTV Video Music Awards
Miley Cyrus holds a lit joint in the press room at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.
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Quote of the day
Wes Craven, director of the horror films Scream and A Nightmare on Elm Street

"Sometimes you fight what you are, what you're doing. At a certain point you say, you know I'm really good at this and people really seem to enjoy what I do and I've definitely left a mark on American cinema of some sort or another."

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