So many winners, so little time!!
Some of the biggest stars in the music biz came out tonight for the 2015 MTV VMAs, but only a handful went home with a coveted Moon Man trophy!!
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):
Ariana Grande, Jessie J, Jason Derulo, and Gwen Stefani?
No this isn't the line-up for an upcoming music festival! They're just a few of the big-name artists performing Disney's biggest hits on the upcoming We Love Disney album!
The compilation includes covers from the classic Cinderella all the way to last year's Frozen.
Ariana takes on Zero to Hero from Hercules, and Jessie J sings Part Of Your World from The Little Mermaid! LOVES it!
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Meanwhile Jason puts some soul into Can You Feel The Love Tonight from The Lion King, while Gwen does a rendition of Rainbow Connection from The Muppet Movie.
And because you'll never get it out of your head, there's Let It Go, courtesy of Lucy Hale and Rascal Flatts! Other artists include Tori Kelly, Fall Out Boy and many more.
Ch-ch-check out this EXCLUSIVE behind-the-scenes video you'll only see on PerezHilton.com:
Having a newborn is always a trying time for a couple…
But just exactly how are Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross doing with their new bundle of joy, Jagger Snow Ross?!
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Well, a few weeks since her debut, and the family is doing…
Pretty freakin' awesome!
According to an insider:
"Ashlee and Evan couldn't be happier."
We are so incredibly glad!
In fact, having a child has made the rocker stud devote more of his time to his brood!
The source adds:
Fall Out Boy and Steve Aoki joined forces and the end result is EPIC!
Seriously. Patrick Stump's angsty voice actually sounds really good over a techno beat! He and his band are featured on Steve's song Back to Earth, from his new album Neon Future I.
We could totally see this being the anthem for some futuristic dystopian rebellion!
And it seems the artists associated with the track's music video — which premiered on Tuesday — felt the same way!
Director Aaron Grasso and producer Lord Danger brought the single to life in a vid that shows a silver-haired beauty and a mysterious masked man teaming up to take down a bunch of scary soldiers armed with laser guns!
The DJ only had good things to say about his experience with the band:
"It was an absolute honor working with my close friends Fall Out Boy on this song and video. This was such an action packed video and an integral piece to Neon Future."
Ch-ch-check out the fight-filled clip (below)!
Just when we thought it couldn't get any better!
The iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas is less than two months away and is getting better by the day!
We've already got the likes of Lil Wayne, Coldplay, The Weeknd, Blake Shelton, David Guetta, Fall Out Boy, Kenny Chesney, Disclosure, Duran Duran, Diplo, and Jason Derulo on the roster.
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Seriously, do we need more?!
Well now we've got even MORE A-list talent in a weekend that's sure to be chock-full of EPICNESS!
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With the announcement that Miley Cyrus would be hosting, you already know the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards are going to be a wild night!
But will they be right??
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Will the best artists with the best music videos get the Moon Man? Or will Kanye West have to do some interrupting??
See the full list of nominees (below)!
You can't go wrong with Uma Thurman!
At The Much Music Video Awards on Sunday, Fall Out Boy gifted Canada with an energetic and flawless performance of their hit Uma Thurman. As usual, the band was on point with Pete Wentz slaying on the guitar and Patrick Stump belting out the song's infectious lyrics.
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Also, we like how the band kept the performance simple — who needs special effects when you got the talent to back it up!
Great job, you guys!!