The VMAs were sososoawkward.
The jokes weren’t funny. Kevin Hart bombed so hard. If he tested out his jokes, it must of been to the same people in his posse who didn’t say anything about that awful jacket he was wearing. Seriously, that jacket reflected awkwardly on camera and enhanced the red undertones in his skin in the most unflattering way possible.
Also, I am hoping that Jonah Hill didn’t write those jokes about him not being funny anymore because he is no longer fat. My face after hearing those “jokes”: -_-.
Lady Gaga totes jumped the shark and Britney Spears’ lip quiver when faced with the thought of kissing Gaga was so uncomfortable/hilarious. At that point my friends and I decided to keep watching because it was train wreck, and who doesn’t love a good train wreck?
The black carpet (which was white … and not carpet) wasn’t well thought out at all … the PAs frantically running through interviews created quite the sense of chaos and forshadowed what an ill-thought hot mess the main event turned out to be.
I also felt that it was degrading for Jessie J to sing the audience out to commercial while singing karaoke. At least broadcast one of her original songs before you reduce her to house band? Girl’s got talent.
And don’t get me started on the awful 80s graphics and fugly color scheme. Also, sharp edges and sharp colors with earth tones and palm trees? UGHHHH.
Adele, please fix everything.
6 thoughts on “Thoughts on the VMAs”
This is the first year (since I was in high school, ironic because it made me feel just as awkward) I have watched the VMA’s I am actually glad, it was the most entertaining disaster since Charlie Sheen.
*I am actually glad I DID. I should look before pushing ‘enter’.
eh, it happens
So glad you thought it was a diaster too! Half my facebook friends were like “omg, the vmas were so good” and I was like “omg I want to unfriend you so hard.”
I was waiting for Gaga to unveil the fake bit between the legs… : |
The only bit I actually liked was Russell Brand’s tribute to Amy speech. It was honest and touching. I won’t comment on the song that followed…
Smelly crazy genius. Yeah, I liked that.
You make me laugh.
thanks :D. And I agree with the Russell Brand thing — think it takes a lot to take something approach something so tragic with a heart full of happy memories. I am glad he didn’t take the obvious choice of making the speech depressing.