In case you missed the 2010 MuchMusic Video Awards last night, which Jonny got to witness live, I’ve compiled a list of some of the key performances. I gotta say, the MMVAs keep getting better and better each year. Love the intro listing the names of who was attending, and definitely loved the list of attendees. Co-hosted by Miley Cyrus, the list of performers included Adam Lambert, Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Drake, Justin Bieber, Hedley, and Miley herself. Other familiar faces presenting included Snooki (Jersey Shore), Kellan Lutz (Twilight), Jessica Szohr (Gossip Girl), Kristin Cavallari (The Hills), and Whitney Port (The City) to name a few.
Overall, the show was great and Miley Cyrus did a great job co-hosting the night – much better than one of her Sarah Taylor who was helping her. Taylor seemed totally thrown off when technical difficulties stalled Drake from being able to perform his number for an uncomfortable amount of time. It reminded me of the situation in the opening ceremonies when one of the arms wouldn’t come up for the lighting of the torch. Awkward! VJs Tim Deegan and Devin Soltendieck also helped co-host, but they managed to keep their cool.
Miley opening up the MMVA’s with one of her most popular songs. I wanted her to say, “It’s a party at the MMVA,” rather than USA. I guess she wasn’t into that.
Deservedly so, Lambert won fave international artist. Incredibly talented singer, pushing boundaries, and being himself. Glad it paid off for him!
And here you can see how he can deserve an award. By far the best singer of the entire night, he is just incredible. Wow.
One of my favorite performances of the night, if not my favorite. The dancing was a lot of fun, although Bieber needs to not look down so much when he busts a move! Great song and always hilarious seeing the girls go berserk for the kid.
After a long, uncomfortable stall due to technical difficulties during the live airing of the show, Drake performed “Over,” while I’m thinking “Thank God that awkward 5 minutes is Over.”
Yeah, just reiterating there’s no more Hannah Montana, as she wears her not-so-Much outfit. Love this song & music video. Here, the dancing was hot, the vocals, not so much.
I didn’t get the Candy think in the music video, and still don’t get it in the performance. Sure, the concept is clever and there are a lot of sexy fun things you can do with candy, but what the hell does it have to do with the beaches of California. Cute performance.