2013 American Music Awards

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What Rihanna’s Doobie Wrap Hairstyle At The AMAs Taught Us All

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At the ripe old age of 25, Rihanna collected the first-ever Icon Award at the AMAs last night, which is maybe a little surprising to some people. But you know what’s not surprising? The fact that she set off a firestorm of tweets, Instagrams and Tumblr posts reacting to her hairstyle. The superstar who once reportedly spent $24,000 to fly her hairstylist across the globe for a follicular emergency wore a doobie wrap to the show. In the process, she taught us all a thing or two…
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Lil Mama Takes Her CrazySexyCool Performance To AMAs: How’d She Do With TLC?

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Clearly, we’ve been awash in TLC nostalgia for months here at VH1, and we’re thrilled to see that the rest of the world caught on too, as evidenced by TLC’s performance at the AMAs last night. Lil Mama joined Chilli and T-Boz, reprising her CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story role by singing and rapping Left Eye’s part in “Waterfalls.” How did she do in this live setting?
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2013 AMAs: Check Out The Night’s Hottest Arm Candy

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We’ve already told you about the most salacious moment from last night’s American Music Awards, and now we’re checking out the hottest pairs who showed up at the ceremony.

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Miley Cyrus, Heidi Klum, Jennifer Lopez & More: The Worst-Dressed Celebs At The 2013 AMAs

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The 2013 American Music Awards last night honored all that is good in American music and provided an arena for all that is horrible, garish and terrible about fashion. No, really, it was a rough night for fashion. Lady Gaga arrived dressed as the Khaleesi atop a horse made of people and she looked more pulled together and classy than any of the celebrities on our worst-dressed list.

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Lady Gaga And R. Kelly Turned The American Music Awards Into Scandal

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Last weekend, Lady Gaga and R. Kelly set The Internets™ on fire with their rendition of “Do What U Want” on Saturday Night Live, a performance that reintroduced the concept of sex pushups back into the national consciousness. Earlier today, though, Kells set the bar for tonight’s performance at the American Music Awards impossibly high when he told Rolling Stone that “No offense to #SNL but that was a dress rehearsal for #AMAs.”

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