Sorry to break it to you, tickets for this K-pop performance were not on sale.
The 2021 VMAs aired live from New York City after last year's mostly virtual ceremony.
Looks were served by Lil Nas X, Billie Eilish, Ed Sheeran and many more on the red carpet.
There's something special about hearing and seeing yourself at a festival.
Need a wellbeing boost? Add any of these songs to your playlist – they still deliver.
The singer's fiancé, footballer Andre Gray, gave her the £40,000 ring when he proposed last year.
“The UK’s world-leading status in music and the arts is placed in serious jeopardy by these cuts,” says union.
“Whitney was troubled by the gay part of her life and didn’t want it exposed."
Were any of these hits on your labour playlist?
The 2021 Song Contest will take place in Rotterdam in May.
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