I grew up listening to the radio, in an era when you couldn't just dial up a song anytime you wanted. You were at the mercy of your local DJ.
You had to sit by the radio with a tape recorder, and when a song came on that you liked, you pressed "record," hoping to grab the song in its entirety. The only issue was that at times the disc jockey's voice covered over your song. For me that di
The highlight of last night's VMAS, MTV's annual reminder that they're still tangentially related to the music industry, was easily the multiple shots of stars reacting to Miley Cyrus' super awkward performance. Oh, also 'N Sync reunited or something and provided an answer to "what does Chris Kirkpatrick look like these days"?
So we lost count as to how many outfit changes Heidi Klum has had during the 2012 Europe Music Awards, but our ears perked up and paid attention when she announced that David Hasselhoff (yes, the David Hasselhoff) would be handing out the award for Best Video.
Jason Derulo sat down with MTV to offer a preview of his performance on the music network’s New Year’s Eve special this weekend. He said he’ll be entertaining fans with two hits from his current ‘Future History’ album.
‘Jersey Shore’ doesn’t just rot brains — it drains tax coffers, too.
MTV’s hit reality show, which depicts the exploits of a group of raisin-tanned 20-somethings as they live and party along the New Jersey coastline, has just had $420,000 of its 2009 production costs covered by the state’s Economic Development Authority.
Ladies ruled at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards: Beyonce’s pregnancy announcement was the big news of the night, Lady Gaga opened the show in style (and in drag) and Katy Perry took home top honors, winning Video of the Year for ‘Firework.’
Beyonce Knowles announced that she’s expecting her first child with husband Jay-Z on the black carpet of the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night. Arriving in a flowy, Grecian-inspired orange frock, Knowles pulled back the material and showed off her sizable bump to the delight of the crowd.