Last night saw #ytma trending worldwide – well, the YouTube Music Awards were available for anyone with internet to live stream, after all. Didn't catch it? No worries, here's your blag to the talking-point events of the night. And they were all a little bonkers. The awards' creative director Spike Jonze (the writer/director/producer behind Hollywood blockbusters including Jackass, Being John Malkovich, and the upcoming Her) did say he wanted the night to be unscripted chaos. And, indeed, it was 88 minutes of just that.
Lena Dunham wrote an interactive four-minute short film (with an ending chosen by the audience), with a love triangle storyline that saw Vanessa Hudgens gripped in a headlock by a planted fake audience member. A little nuts yes, but totally innovative.
Gaga never disappoints when it comes to her big red-carpet reveal, does she? In attendance to perform her new song Dope, she recreated the single's artwork by wearing the same teeth to the show. Eek, we all thought Halloween spooks were over...
And, we're really not quite sure why, but at one point, Rashida got up on stage to hand the awards hosts, Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts two babies. Hmmm.
Picture: Film Magic
Girls' Generation (super-popular K-Pop band in Asia) snagged video of the year with their somewhat colourful I Got A Boy. Think dance sequences, snapbacks and crop tops. It's completely mad and we sort of <3 it. Watch it here.