The members of 1D were spotted grooving to the sounds of that other boy band's hit, because they're only human.
MTV drew the lowest ratings for its trademark award show in 18 years last night.
It was no hanging dead from the ceiling because of paparazzi, but Gaga's presence was known.
Drizzy's Alexander McQueen deep v-neck sweater matched his Moonman! Coincidence? We think not.
No joke needed to be written when the newly blonded and pixied Miley introduced the equally blonded and pixied P!nk [...]
Six major trends from last night's award show, including one questionable hairstyle.
The love and, um, cordial embraces were flowing freely at the Staples Center Thursday night.
The teen stars hung out after the VMAs.
Closing the books on the high highs and low lows of another rollercoaster of an MTV Video Music Awards.
Plus, Rihanna throws a rave and sends a message to the haters. More of what you need to know, after the jump.
The 2012 VMAs closed with a triumphant singalong.
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