VMAS News Archive
Kendall Jenner Finally Speaks Out After Receiving A Ton Of Backlash For Texting Scandal During Ferguson Moment At VMAs!
Her lack of attention toward the controversial event caused a social media frenzy!
People were definitely unhappy with that moment caught on camera, but the up-and-coming model is speaking out against those claims.
Kendall reassured everyone that she was participating in the moment of silence just like everyone else at the show.
She said at an event:
But it turned out there was a darker side to Jesse's story - he was a wanted man!
Miley was understandably upset by the uncovering of this news, but it seems Jesse is proving himself to be a young man of some character.
According to the police in Dallas, Oregon, Jesse has turned himself in to authorities!
He was then released on $2,500 bail, and instructed to appear at a hearing in two weeks.
Because Jesse's arrest warrant was just for violating his probation after already pleading guilty to trespassing, we're guessing the court won't be too tough on him.
Miley has offered to help in any way she can, even paying his legal fees! What an amazing friend!
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We like what we hear.
Still not convinced that an Adam-led ballad would work?
Well, how about knowing that it was written by Sia.
Everyone's favorite Australian singer lent her talents to Adam and Gwen, and we think they both owe her big.
Ch-ch-check out this kiler Maroon 5 and No Doubt mash up and decide if you like it for yourself (above)!
Rita Ora And Iggy Azalea Almost Shared A Madonna/Britney Makeout Moment At The VMAs! What Stopped Them??
The VMAs had a few standout moments this year, but nothing TOO crazy.
But that's not for lack of trying! Rita told The Sun newspaper she had an idea that would bring their femme fatale number to a whole other level!
What was this twist? Lesbian lip action! Rita said:
We definitely got enough booty and boobies, but it is now being reported that MTV very strategically filmed the performance to avoid outrage!
And the results were parent-approved!!!
Melissa Henson, director of the Parents Television Council, said: