Courtney Love has had her share of controversy, so it's to no one's surprise that the former Hole frontwoman had something to say about the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards -- specifically about two of the night's biggest performances from Katy Perry, who boxed and did the mildest of choreography, and Miley Cyrus, who twerked on Robin Thicke's crotch.
The rest of the world (yes, including us) has had its say on Miley Cyrus' sexy 'Wrecking Ball' video, so now the singer herself is weighing in for the first time. And, well, uh, this is awkward: Her dad is talking, too!
Over the past few days, pretty much everyone who felt insulted by Miley Cyrus' eyebrow-raising performance at the VMAs has talked about it. But here's one you probably didn't expect: bitter words from the guy who invented the foam finger. (Yes, the media has now officially exhausted this story.)
Today's (Aug. 26) hot button Twitter topic is about one thing and one thing only, last night's Video Music Awards on MTV -- in which Miley Cyrus twerked onstage and twerked on Robin Thicke, and everyone was begging Billy Ray Cyrus for some help. Something tells us it won't do any good.
The highlight of last night's VMAS, MTV's annual reminder that they're still tangentially related to the music industry, was easily the multiple shots of stars reacting to Miley Cyrus' super awkward performance. Oh, also 'N Sync reunited or something and provided an answer to "what does Chris Kirkpatrick look like these days"?
The 2013 MTV VMA performances celebrated some of the top songs of the year, and even had a few surprises in store. Viewers rubbed their eyes in disbelief when scheduled entertainer Justin Timberlake reunited 'N Sync on stage. Check out their performance and all of the others from the night!
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