MTV Video Music Awards Attract Largest Audience Since 2002

VMAs 2010 Ratings

We hope Chelsea Handler has a sense of humor when she reads the reviews for her less than impressive turn as host of MTV’s 27th annual MTV Video Music Awards. Despite a critical beating for Handler, 11.4 million people tuned in for last weekend’s live performance and awards ceremony, where Lady Gaga took home eight…

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Chelsea Handler MTV VMAs Hosting Gig Panned By Critics


E!’s First Lady of Late Night is garnering mostly negative reviews for her debut appearance as host of MTV’s annual Video Music Awards. Chelsea Handler –brash bestselling author and no-holds barred comedienne — tanked as the Mistress of Ceremonies on one of music’s biggest nights, according to reviews from The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, and…

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2010 MTV Video Music Awards List Of Winners; Lady Gaga Crowned Queen


The Lady Gaga juggernaut steamrolled the competition at this weekend’s 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. The odd pop queen was crowned queen of the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, winning eight coveted Moonmen — including Video of the Year for her hit futuristic clip “Bad Romance.” The viral sensation was revered for its skin-baring…

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Lindsay Lohan Slaps Chelsea Handler In VMA Opening Skit

Leave it to Loca LiLo to poke fun at the mess that has become her life in the limelight. Just weeks after being released from rehab, fallen starlet Lindsay Lohan appeared in a sketch with host Chelsea Handler during the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night. While she didn’t work the white carpet…

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Florence & The Machine “Dog Days Are Over” LIVE @ 2010 MTV VMAs


Florence & The Machine — featuring the vocals of flame-haired frontwoman Florence Welch — left us “spinning” with this live performance of “Dog Days Are Over” at Sunday’s buzzed-about Video Music Awards, hosted by Chelsea Handler! The British band picked up the Best Art Direction gong at the star-studded ceremony in Los Angeles. They were…

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