Highlights of Video Music Awards-Remembering Chadwick Boseman, Lady Gaga Performance and Others
The major highlight of the Video Music Awards 2020 is starting it by remembering Marvel Superhero “Black Panther” Chadwick Boseman who died last week of Colon Cancer.
Keke Palmer who was the host of the award show started the show by saying a few things about the Boseman. In his speech, she said praising him that he was “an actor whose talent and passion is a true inspiration to all the fans he touched and everyone he encountered. We dedicate tonight’s show to a man whose spirit touched so many.”
She further added that “He is a true hero, not just onscreen, but in everything he did. His impact lives forever.”
At the Award show, they gave the tribute by showing the video of the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards where Chadwich gave his Trophy to James Shaw Jr. who fought against a Gunman who had killed several persons at Waffle House in Tennessee.
Performances by the Great Singers and Musicians at VMA
Amid this global crisis of Coronavirus, there was no actual audience present but there was a virtual audience present at the show. The show started with the performance of The Weeknd with ‘Blinding Lights’
BTS- the famous Korean Band was seen playing their first English Song “Dynamite”. Miley Cyrus gave a performance that made everyone nostalgic with her own interpretation of “Wrecking Ball.”
Lady Gaga Won Tricon Award
- Best Collaboration Goes to – Lady Gaga and Ariane Grande for ‘Rain of Me’. Lady Gaga was seen with the most interesting mask.
- Lady Gaga was honored with Tricon Award very first of its kind.
Lady Gaga dedicated the Award to the home audience and requested them to admire three things about themselves. In the Speech, she added “This has not been an easy year for a lot of people. What I see in the world is a massive triumph of courage. Just because we’re separated right now and culture may feel less aline in some ways I know a renaissance is coming.”
She further added, “And the wrath of pop culture will inspire you and the rage of art will empower you as it responds to hardship with its generosity and love.”