MTV VMAs was a shocking event, for the wrong reasons

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Jennifer Lopez joined icons like Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Beyoncé as the latest artist to receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards on Monday. That's right - multiple costumes. The camera panned to her mom and her daughter in the audience and when she performed "Jenny From the Block", it was clear that everyone was losing their minds.

Of course, the VMAs have always been about "moments" as much as awards themselves, and, as was the case previous year, these didn't offer a flashpoint like Miley Cyrus twerking or Kanye West barging into a Taylor Swift speech with the immortal words, "I'ma let you finish". "Anybody who knows me knows that and you guys have won me over forever".

The 33-year-old I Love My Baby But vlogger - who has a 13-month-old son Sonny with husband Tim Rosenman - told Us Weekly in June that a reboot would 'definitely be something fun'.

"Alex, you're like my twin soul", Lopez said.

"It's been an incredible journey of dreaming my wildest dreams and then watching them come true", said Lopez.

Lopez also thanked her longtime manager, Benny Medina, and just for an extra dose of awws, she thanked A-Rod. We're like mirror images of each other.

Need proof? After earlier winning Artist of the Year, Camila just took home the night's top prize of Video of the Year for her Young Thug collab, "Havana", the video for which is a positively sumptuous buffet of colors and vibes. The dissociation from all those people is what I'm hungry for", she said on the podcast Lady Lovin', adding, "I think everybody actually feels that way about their coworkers, which is really what the The Hills was.

We hear the songstress is set to host "the hottest VMAs afterparty in town", with Cardi B, Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes all rumored to attend.