Posts with tag "mtv"
- Posted Apr 30th 2011 at 01:47 PM by AOL Music Editors
Willow Smith and Lady Gaga were digital divas who won big at last night's MTV O Music Awards -- the inaugural awards show celebrating web-savvy recording artists and digital music accomplishments. Willow, age 10, won Most Viral Dance award for her hit 'Whip My Hair.' Lady Gaga, who holds the record for largest Twitter following (although she's tailed closely by Justin Bieber) won Must-Follow ...
- Posted Feb 28th 2011 at 07:00 PM by Jett Wells
Twenty-seven years ago, MTV challenged the way people looked at music by honoring not just songs but videos in the first-ever Video Music Awards. Now, TV's biggest music network thinks it has the right formula to do it all over again. MTV has announced plans for a digital music award show, the OMAs, and MTV's head of music group digital, Dermot McCormack, tells PopEater he's out to push the ...
- Posted Feb 7th 2011 at 05:06 PM by Nicki Gostin
Blaine Morris, the sexy lesbian behind Betty Nardone on MTV's controversial new series 'Skins,' is an 18-year-old New Jersey native, who is downright nonplussed by all the hullabaloo. A musical theater performer throughout high school, Morris had only just a couple TV commercials under her belt when 'Skins' creator and head writer Bryan Elsley asked her to audition for a role. Morris talked ...
- Posted Feb 4th 2011 at 10:22 AM by Kristina Lucarelli
MTV is already having a busy 2011 with two hit shows dominating the press. 'Jersey Shore' keeps smashing the ratings because people can't resist the cast's alcoholic antics and fist fights. And although 'Skins' is receiving mixed reviews, the show is making a name for itself by being accused of violating child pornography laws and being dubbed "the most dangerous show for teens" by the Parents ...
- Posted Jan 20th 2011 at 09:20 PM by Kiki Von Glinow
Although the British seem to do it better, we copy it just as well -- and in this case, a little too well. With the latest Brit TV series, 'Skins,' making it across the pond and landing on MTV, Americans are getting more than an eyeful of gratuitous teenage sexuality in all of its glory. But American teens better TiVo the first two episodes before network execs force producers to tone down the ...
- Posted Jan 2nd 2011 at 07:08 AM by PopEater Staff
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After officials rejected MTV's original proposal to drop Snooki (like "a friggin' hamster," as she said) inside the iconic Times Square New Year's ball, the network went ahead with a ball-drop of its own, staged among a rowdy crowd of 'Jersey Shore' fans in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. The pre-taped clip aired as midnight approached during MTV's New Year's Eve special, hosted by Whitney ...
- Posted Nov 18th 2010 at 03:00 PM by Sarah Crow
The cast of 'Harry Potter' has become a part of America's cultural lexicon, but the actors are distinctly, and proudly, from across the pond. MTV's Josh Horowitz caught up with the gang and gave them a lesson in down-home speak, having the actors practice everything from how to order at an elegant restaurant to giving their unbiased opinions on fellow Brit Robert Pattinson. Check out the cast ...
- Posted Nov 16th 2010 at 11:14 AM by Jett Wells
After a month in Las Vegas University Medical Center recovering from brain surgery and other injuries sustained in a catastrophic crash at the Vegas Dew Tour championship, BMX star and MTV host TJ Lavin is out of the hospital and slowly recovering. But will it stop him from biking again? According to his mother, no way. "I have no doubt he'll ride again, but oh yeah, he's done riding ...
- Posted Nov 7th 2010 at 02:30 PM by Jett Wells
Pop-Ed: When people talk MTV, they make it sound like a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde tale. Jekyll was the 1980s-to-late-1990s MTV, when it was still called "music television" and was about one thing only -- music. The impact it had on musicians' careers was revolutionary, and it made artists like Michael Jackson transform from pop star to legend. Mr. Hyde is what you see today, a network without an ...
- Posted Oct 30th 2010 at 01:00 PM by Sarah Crow
Ah, Halloween. The air is crisp, the candy's plentiful, and for one day of the year, kitten ears are considered an appropriate work accessory. Distinguishing yourself from the herds of witches, zombies, and sexy animals can prove difficult if you're not careful, but never fear. From teen moms to table flippers, reality TV has provided the world a plethora of easy and distinctive costumes that ...
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