31 de agosto de 2015

Red Carpet Report: Must-See Celeb Styles from the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards


The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards are finally here and this awards show is always known for its unexpected moments and fierce fashions of course. The celebs who attended this year's show did not disappoint and everyone rocked some truly memorable looks.

Stars like Demi Lovato, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, and Laura Marano all sported some bold looks. From sparkly ensembles, vibrant prints to sleek hairstyles, everyone channeled their inner rock stars while strutting their stuff on the red carpet.



Demi Lovato



Taylor Swift



Selena Gomez



Fifth Harmony



Laura Marano



Justin Bieber



Bella Thorne



Gigi Hadid



Kylie Jenner



Tori Kelly



Cara Delevingne



Nash Grier



Britney Spears



Karlie Kloss



Shawn Mendes



Gregg Sulkin and Bella Thorne



Holland Roden



Rita Ora



Vanessa Hudgens



Bea Miller



Rebecca Black



Hailee Steinfeld



Brooklyn Beckham



Kat Graham



Jillian Rose Reed



Amanda Steele



Nick Jonas



Serayah



Frankie Grande



Lele Pons



Tyler Oakley


Martha Hunt



Stella and Vanessa Hudgens



Austin Butler



Jojo




Big Sean



Lily Aldridge



Greer Grammer



Dylan Sprayberry



Molly Tarlov



Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz from Fallout Boy



Gigi Hadid, Martha Hunt, Hailee Steinfeld, Cara Delevingne, Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, Serayah, Mariska Hargitay, Lily Aldridge, and Karlie Kloss



Walk The Moon



Brandi Cyrus

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MTV VMAs 2015 - Complete Winners List!

It was a night of great performances and tons of memorable moments at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (August 30) in Los Angeles.

The big winner of the night was Taylor Swift, who won the awards for Video of the Year and Best Collaboration for “Bad Blood” and Best Female Video and Best Pop Video for “Blank Space.”

Taylor brought her full girl squad on stage with her to accept the big prize of the night.

Most of technical awards weren’t announced during the show, so check back below to see who won those once they are revealed!

Click inside to see the full list of Video Music Awards winners…

MTV VMAs 2015 – Winners List

VIDEO OF THE YEAR
Beyoncé – “7/11”
Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud”
Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” – WINNER

Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk”
Kendrick Lamar – “Alright”

BEST MALE VIDEO
Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud”
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” – WINNER
Kendrick Lamar – “Alright”
The Weeknd – “Earned It”
Nick Jonas – “Chains”
BEST FEMALE VIDEO

Beyoncé – “7/11”
Taylor Swift – “Blank Space” – WINNER
Nicki Minaj – “Anaconda”
Sia – “Elastic Heart”
Ellie Goulding – “Love Me Like You Do”

BEST HIP HOP VIDEO
Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen”
Nicki Minaj – “Anaconda” – WINNER
Kendrick Lamar – “Alright”
Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth – “See You Again”
Big Sean ft. E-40 – “IDFWU”

BEST POP VIDEO
Beyoncé – “7/11”
Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud”
Taylor Swift – “Blank Space” – WINNER
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk”
Maroon 5 – “Sugar”

BEST ROCK VIDEO
Hozier – “Take Me To Church”
Fall Out Boy – “Uma Thurman” – WINNER
Florence + the Machine – “Ship To Wreck”
Walk the Moon – “Shut Up and Dance”
Arctic Monkeys – “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”

ARTIST TO WATCH presented by Taco Bell®
Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen” – WINNER
Vance Joy – “Riptide”
George Ezra – “Budapest”
James Bay – “Hold Back The River”
FKA Twigs – “Pendulum”

BEST COLLABORATION
Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” – WINNER
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk”
Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth – “See You Again”
Ariana Grande & The Weeknd – “Love Me Harder”
Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj – “Bang Bang”

VIDEO WITH A SOCIAL MESSAGE
Jennifer Hudson – “I Still Love You”
Colbie Caillat – “Try”
Big Sean ft. Kanye West and John Legend – “One Man Can Change the World” – WINNER
Rihanna – “American Oxygen”
Wale – “The White Shoes”

SONG OF THE SUMMER
5 Seconds of Summer — “She’s Kinda Hot” – WINNER
Fetty Wap (featuring Monty) — “My Way”
Fifth Harmony (featuring Kid Ink) – “Worth it”
Selena Gomez (featuring A$AP Rocky) — “Good for You”
David Guetta (featuring Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack) — “Hey Mama”
Demi Lovato — “Cool for the Summer”
Major Lazer & DJ Snake (featuring MØ) — “Lean On”
OMI — “Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)”
Silentó — “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)”
Skrillex and Diplo (featuring Justin Bieber) — “Where Are Ü Now”
Taylor Swift (featuring Kendrick Lamar) — “Bad Blood”
The Weeknd — “Can’t Feel My Face”

BEST ART DIRECTION
Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Charles Infante)
Snoop Dogg – “So Many Pros” (Jason Fijal) – WINNER
Jack White – “Would You Fight For My Love” (Jeff Peterson)
The Chemical Brothers – “Go” (Michel Gondry)
Skrillex & Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer)


BEST CHOREOGRAPHY
Beyoncé – “7/11” (Beyoncé, Chris Grant, Additional choreography: Gabriel Valenciano)
OK Go – “I Won’t Let You Down” (OK Go, air:man and Mori Harano) – WINNER
Chet Faker – “Gold” (Ryan Heffington)<
Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me” (Keone and Mari Madrid)


BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me” (Larkin Sieple) – WINNER
Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” (Daniel Pearl)
Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Christopher Probst)
FKA Twigs – “Two Weeks” (Justin Brown)
Alt-J – “Left Hand Free” (Mike Simpson)

BEST DIRECTION
Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Joseph Kahn)
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” (Bruno Mars and Cameron Duddy)
Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” (Colin Tilley & The Little Homies) – WINNER
Hozier – “Take Me To Church” (Brendan Canty, Conal Thomson)
Childish Gambino – “Sober” (Hiro Murai)

BEST EDITING
Beyoncé – “7/11” (Beyoncé, Ed Burke, Jonathan Wing) – WINNER
Ed Sheeran – “Don’t” (Jacquelyn London)
Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Chancler Haynes at Cosmo Street)
A$AP Rocky – “L$D” (Dexter Navy)
Skrillex & Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer)

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Ingenuity Studios)
FKA Twigs – “Two Weeks” (Gloria FX, Tomash Kuzmytskyi, and Max Chyzhevskyy)
Childish Gambino – “Telegraph Ave.” (Gloria FX)
Skrillex & Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer) – WINNER
Tyler, The Creator – “F****** Young/Death Camp” (Gloria FX)

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30 de agosto de 2015

Taylor Swift Uses Famous 'Imma Let You Finish' Line While Presenting to Kanye West at VMAs 2015 (Video)






Taylor Swift brought the jokes while presenting Kanye West with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award during the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (August 30) in Los Angeles. The 25-year-old “Bad Blood” singer talked about the first time she met Kanye, which of course was at the 2009 MTV VMAs when he famously interrupted her acceptance speech for Video of the Year.

“Imma let you finish, but Kanye West had one of the greatest careers of all time,” Taylor said before he came up to accept the award. Watch below!




Read More: http://www.justjared.com/2015/08/30/taylor-swift-uses-famous-imma-let-you-finish-line-while-presenting-to-kanye-west-at-vmas-2015-video/

29 de agosto de 2015

vma 2015: and the performers are... ¡Watch Here!



The Weeknd, Tori Kelly, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Demi Lovato, Twenty One Pilots, A$AP Rocky, Pharrell Williams, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj are ready to make your VMA dreams come true on the main stage. Don't miss their performances live on Sunday, August 30 at 9/8c.

23 de agosto de 2015

Olivia Holt Pretty With Pastel Colored Hair August 22, 2015




Looks like Olivia Holt was having a blast in her recent photo shoot! Yay!

The Disney actress looked super cute with pastel colored hair in these pics via Instagram.

A couple of days ago, Miss Holt wrote:

Got into some trouble with @beautycoach_com yesterday. stoked for y’all to see the rest of #OHxbC

Fun!!

And, check out all of the Nintendo birthday fun she had with friends and family here.

More photos:





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22 de agosto de 2015

Colin Trevorrow Comments Spark Debate On Women in Hollywood



In a year that has already been filled with controversy about the gender imbalance in Hollywood, newly-minted Star Wars: Episode IX director Colin Trevorrow has sparked intense criticism and some discussion in comments on Twitter that even he admits might be “naive”.

The fracas started on Wednesday with a Los Angeles Times article noting the mixed results studios have seen in 2015 bumping untested directors from obscurity to tentpoles. Asked about criticisms that studios are taking huge chances with male directors but not extending the the same opportunity to female directors, Trevorrow drew some criticism for taking such talk personally, and for attributing the disparity in part to a lack of interest in big budget studio films on the part of up and coming women.

“Obviously it’s very lopsided, and hopefully it’s going to change as time goes on. But it hurts my feelings when I’m used as an example of white, male privilege,” the Jurassic World helmer said. “I know many of the female filmmakers who are being referred to in these articles. These women are being offered these kinds of movies, but they’re choosing not to make them.”

Trevorrow might be referring here to Selma director Ava DuVernay, who admitted earlier this summer that she had spoken to Disney/Marvel about potentially directing Black Panther. She passed due to unspecified creative differences that suggested similarities to Edgar Wright’s reasons for bolting from Ant-Man in 2014. “I think it makes [female directors] seem like victims to suggest that they’re not getting the opportunities and not artists who know very clearly what kind of stories they want to tell and what films they want to make,” he continued. “To me, that’s the reality.”

This prompted a fan on Twitter to ask Trevorrow straight up whether he thinks he would have been offered the Jurassic World gig if he were female. “I want to believe that a filmmaker with both the desire and ability to make a studio blockbuster will be given an opportunity to make their case,” Trevorrow tweeted back. “I stress desire because I honestly think that’s a part of the issue… To me this is not a simple case of exclusion within an impenetrable corporate system. It’s complex, and it involves a component that I think is rarely discussed – very high levels of artistic and creative integrity among female directors.”

He admitted that this might be naive, and insisted that in his experience there is “a sincere desire to correct this imbalance at the highest levels of our industry,” and that “nobody wants to be part of the problem.



Suffice it to say, Trevorrow’s response generated replies from several experienced female directors and other Hollywood professionals. Quickly, many joined in the conversation to express their disappointment with Trevorrow’s point of view as well as their frustrations and desire to take a crack at a blockbuster.

“I cannot begin to tell you how naive & wrong it is. I have all the desire in the world. I would kill to make a blockbuster,” said Hysteria director Tanya Wexler.

“…I can tell you 1300 other women do too! Not lack of desire. Lack of opportunity!” added ex-DGA Women chair Rachel Feldman.

Actress Jamie King was more direct, saying last night that “As the next director of @starwars & the rad Jurassic World @colintrevorrow- it’s unfortunate that you believe this.” Trevorrow responded directly, saying “I believe that there is an imbalance in our industry that needs to change, and it will. If I’m muddling my point, I apologize.”

The conversation remained civil throughout, however. When asked directly by Gamechanger Films’ Mynette Louie “Who has the sincere desire to correct fact that only 6-7% of dirs of top 250 films=women? Name names,” Trevorrow said, “Well, I do.”

Trevorrow has also issued a fuller statement to media in response to the discussion:

The last thing I’d want to communicate is that I don’t acknowledge this problem exists. I think the problem is glaring and obvious. And while it does make me a little uncomfortable to be held up as an example of everything that’s wrong, this is an important dialogue to have, so let’s have it.

Would I have been chosen to direct Jurassic World if I was a female filmmaker who had made one small film? I have no idea. I’d like to think that choice was based on the kind of story I told and the way I chose to tell it. But of course it’s not that simple. There are centuries-old biases at work at every level, within all of us. And yes, it makes me feel shitty to be perceived as part of this problem, because it’s an issue that matters so much to me. If I didn’t care, I wouldn’t talk about it in the first place.

I do stand by the idea that a great many people in the film industry want this to change. I have made attempts at every turn to help turn the tide, and I will continue to do it. When I got the script for “Lucky Them,” released last year, I advocated hard for my friend Megan Griffiths to direct. She did, and she made a wonderful film (see it please). On my next project, “Book of Henry,” nearly all of my department heads and producers are women. Will I give a female filmmaker the same chance Steven Spielberg gave me someday? Let’s hope that when I do, it won’t even be noteworthy. It will be the status quo.

I came home from New York tonight and saw my daughter again after a week away. This had come up earlier in the day, so it was on my mind. I did think a lot about how vital it is for me to empower her now, even at age 3. To encourage her to go out and grab whatever it is she wants in life, to lead. It starts with the constant, steady assurance that the top job is attainable.

Becoming a filmmaker is not easy. It’s years of rejection and disappointment and it’s very hard, often grueling work. The job takes insane levels of endurance and sometimes delusional amounts of self-confidence. All I can do is raise one girl with that kind of fearlessness, then let her choose her path. That’s my contribution. The rest is up to her.

Read More: http://deadline.com/2015/08/colin-trevorrow-star-wars-episode-ix-women-hollywood-1201503834/

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Love It Up News: Season 2 Episode 8: CUTE: Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron and Laura Marano Congratulate Zendaya.

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