Rain of awards on Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, and Billie Eilish at the Mtv Music Awards, 2019 in the air for the first time from the Prudential Center in Newark. The 36th annual ceremony, the first held in New Jersey, saw the 48 year-old Missie Elliott to become the first rapper to win the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. To the master of the house of the ceremony broadcast on the networks and on the sites, Viacom, and was the comedian Sebastian Maniscalco. Not a surprise: “You Need to Calm Down” the Swift has won the award more prestigious, the video of the year – the prize-a pair of exception: John Travolta and Queen Latifah – as the Great with his “Tank U “Next”, and was chosen as artist of the year and also awarded for song of the summer, “Boyfriend”. “Old Town Road (Remix)” the twenty-year-old Lil Nas X with the legendary Billy Ray and 17 consecutive weeks in the top of the hit parade, and was chosen as song of the year. The Eilish with the “Bad Guy” won as best new artist, Cardi B for best hip hop video (“Money, Money, Money).
Missie Elliott thanked the entire field and, in particular, “the community of dance in all over the world, because when I’m on stage with these artists are not the only equipment on the stage. You are the icing on the cake. You are the beat of the heart”. Only in the scene, with a minidress dramatically short, Miley Cyrus sang “Slide Away” that many in the room have interpreted as a farewell to her husband Liam Hemsworth from which it recently separated. The political background the contribution to the evening Swift, which opened with a performance punctuated by drag queens and costumes, color sorbet. After singing “You Need to Calm Down” and “Lover,” the 29-year-old Taylor has called Donald Trump: “my petition for the approval of the Equality Act, has already reached half a million signatures, five times the number that requires a response from the White House”. The diva pop/country he then made the gesture of looking at the watch by unleashing the enthusiasm of the arena in Newark. (ANSA).
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