The Video Vanguard Honoree put her thing down, flipped it, and reversed it.
In continued support of Cuz I Love You, one of the best albums of the year.
Trump reportedly told her he “loved” her performance.
The band won the award for “Jeremy” way, way back at the 1993 VMAs.
In continued support of her fourth studio album, Sweetener.
Including “Ganja Burn”, “Majesty”, and epic diss track “Barbie Dreams”.
Pop singer appears alongside old folks and toddlers wearing biker gear, seated on motorcycles.
The Kiwi singer did an interpretative dance to the tune of “Homemade Dynamite”.
She’s a zombie, a queen, a bank robber, a drunken celebrity, and everything else money can buy.
Kick-off performance featured choreography by flaming ninjas.
The late night host fills in the blanks in Bey’s opening voiceover.
Tay Tay does her civic duty, conveniently timed with missing Kanye West’s big VMAs speech.