Best feud ever or nah?!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 29, 2015
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Taylor Swift should probably start expanding the warehouse where she keeps all of her trophies — because she's leading the nominations for MTV's Europe Music Awards!
The Wildest Dreams performer is up for a record-breaking total of nine awards in the EMA nominations, which were announced on Tuesday!
Tay's Bad Blood earned the most nominations, in the running for Best Song, Best Video, and Best Collaboration (which she will most likely share with Kendrick Lamar/her squad!)
Swift's domination doesn't stop there — she was nominated in EVERY category she was eligible for — Best Pop Act, Best Live Act, Best Female (where she will face off against Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj), Biggest Fans, and even the super important Best Look category!
So many winners, so little time!!
Of course, we think the true winner here is the USA if Kanye West keeps his promise to run for president in 2020, but that's besides the point!!
Ch-ch-check out all of the winners from tonight's VMAs (below):
We can't contain ourselves!
That's because we all know that the performances are what give the MTV award show that special spark and what a ton of people tune in for! If that's you, we've got some GREAT news!
Swift is supposed to perform her hit single
Stephen Colbert is pulling out all the stops for his first week of hosting The Late Show!
From the looks of the roster, it appears that the comedian is bringing a taste of his political satire from The Colbert Report!
Thursday show is eschewing the A-listers entirely for the CEO of Uber! We're hoping the former Comedy Central host has plenty of satirical sketches in store!
Check out the full lineup (below)!
We're in for quite a show!
But Stephen didn't stop there as he's looking to pull out all the stops! He made another Twitter announcement about a SECOND guest he'll be having on his first show by saying:
Think good thoughts, people!
Well, Colbert is starting up this little thing called the Late Show (maybe you've heard of it?!) on CBS on September 8, and he'd like The Donald to be healthy and combative and still in the presidential race by then… for show material!
Colbert, dying to take on Trump for TV funny, said:
Stephen Colbert is wasting no time booking his first Late Show!
Now he's announced his first musical guest will be his last from The Colbert Report!
Speaking at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, Stephen proclaimed: