The 2015 VMAs were last night and things certainly happened.
Bieber crying? HAPPENED.
Miley naked? HAPPENED.
Taylor Swift squashing beef? HAPPENED. TWICE.
Kanye for President? HAPPENED. 2020.
Highlights from the event can be found on just about every website that exists, so maybe go there to find out what else happened. But if you’re just looking to see what happened as people reacted to what happened, then you’ve come to the right place.
Below are our favorite tweets in reaction to the 2015 Video Music Awards, an award show that definitely happened.
I told you this what would happen if a cable channel took over Sesame Street pic.twitter.com/pxxdIgAC9M— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) August 31, 2015
And the award for Least Surprising Thing goes to when we all saw Miley's nipple— Sage Boggs (@sageboggs) August 31, 2015
looking at twitter during/day after the VMAs pic.twitter.com/wKNSEEBKKI— sensitive tim (@timmeehan666) August 31, 2015
I wonder if Dameka saw this face on TV and got flashbacks from that sleepover pic.twitter.com/Nahw0OV4X7— farwz (@farwzaz) August 31, 2015
Kim and Kanye at the 2037 VMA's pic.twitter.com/rObIwX8j1p— Wild'N Out Videos (@Wildnoutvideos) August 31, 2015
The story of Kanye West, Who is going out on a Kanye Quest So he sleeps in his Kanye Nest So he can be his Kanye Best pic.twitter.com/vTYoMW9Kdj— Fill Werrell (@FillWerrell) August 31, 2015
I CAUGHT KANYE SMILING RT FOR GOOD LUCK pic.twitter.com/HqrhLNQMEs— 伊莲娜 (@wtvrhelena) August 31, 2015
Kanye's TED talk is a little long. And he hasn't even changed from his first PowerPoint slide yet. #VMAs— Ali Spagnola (@alispagnola) August 31, 2015
When you didn't get to watch the #VMAs and everybody tweeting about it href="http://t.co/uMrQE9RZ9s">pic.twitter.com/uMrQE9RZ9s— anna (@nutellaANDpizza) August 31, 2015
Watching the encore of the #VMAs is like revisiting a time when we were truly innocent— Molly Templeton (@mememolly) August 31, 2015
"And I couldn't help but wonder," Carrie Bradshaw typed. "If MTV was that desperate for attention, were single people the same?" #VMAs— Anne T. Donahue (@annetdonahue) August 31, 2015