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If Miley Cyrus was looking to make news at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, she accomplished that goal.

If she were looking to leave viewers with a positive impression, well... consider the Twitter reaction to her pair of raunchy performances.

Miley danced seductively with giant stuffed bears. She thrusted her crotch, using a foam finger as a penis. She bent WAY over for Robin Thicke.

Overall, the 20-year old tried desperately to prove that she's edgy and sexy and mature, but perhaps she tried a little too hard, leaving many in attendance - such as Rihanna and One Direction - to wonder: What the heck was that?!?

What did you think of Miley's performance, considering she still is only 20 years old and she still does have some young fans out there.

Did Cyrus go too far with her lewd antics?


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The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards was a virtual who's who of OMG moments, show-stopping celebs and electrifying musical renditions of the hits we love.

But which all-star performance shone brightest on Sunday night?

Justin Timberlake VMA Performance Photo

From Miley Cyrus Twerking and gyrating on Robin Thicke, to Lady Gaga and Katy Perry opening up and closing out the show, the women of pop turned heads.

From Justin Timberlake's career-spanning medley and N Sync reunion to Drake, Kanye, Macklemore and Bruno, the men certainly put on a show as well.

Something for everyone, but if you had to pick, THGers, tell us:

Which MTV VMA performance do you think was best?


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Last night's N Sync reunion was the talk of the music world, but it looks definitively like a one-off. The fierce five are done once again after that effort.

While N Sync came together as a part of Justin Timberlake's performance, in honor of his Vanguard Award, there is no talk of reforming the band.

Joey Fatone‘s dad, Joseph Fatone, Sr., said “People are hyping this [reunion] as to mean like next month they’ll go on tour, but there’s been no talk of it."

“Yes there are still fanatical fans who hope for one day that N Sync will get back together, but the truth is that they are all doing their own thing now.”

“I don’t think they should pump this up as much. It’s not like they’re going on tour.”

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Bruno Mars' live performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night may not have gotten the attention of some others, but was it the best?

The singer treated the Barclays Center crowd to a rendition of "Gorilla," wearing a leopard-print button-down as beams of neon-green lights rained down:

Mars, accompanied by a horn section on his jazzy new song, marked one of the night's tamer moments, even as blasts of fire erupted during the chorus.

When you're going up against Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and the abomination that is Miley Cyrus, the bar has been set awfully high ... or low. Hard to say.

In any case, with the possible exception of Justin Timberlake, Mars offered a level of talent and a brand of artistry unmatched by the bulk of the telecast.

The singer performed immediately following his win for Best Male Video. Watch it above and tell us, who was the best performer of the evening?


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They may have have won Best Song of the Summer at the MTV Video Music Awards, but the celebration was short-lived for One Direction last night.

The British boy band was actually booed on stage.

But at least the insulting reception from the crowd in Brooklyn resulted in a cool backstage meeting for Harry Style (who was himself told to STFU up by Taylor Swift) and company, as Lady Gaga actually made a point to seek them out and offer her support.

“I just want to tell you that you deserve every bit of success that you have," Gaga tells One Direction in the following video. It's pretty cool.

Watch now to hear the entire exchange:

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Drake's VMAs performance saw the rap star who "Started From the Bottom" declare "Hold On, We're Going Home" all the way to the Barclays Center.

The performance, taking place on MTV's biggest night of the year, seemed to be well received by fans. Hopefully Amanda Bynes got to watch on TV.

Check out his 2013 Video Music Awards effort below:

Drake channeled his newly released Nothing Was the Same album art at the onset, being shot as a profile against a backdrop of clouds (see above).

The 26-year-old then ran out into the cheering crowd for most of "Started From the Bottom," returning to the stage as fireworks blasted behind him.

How did it stack up with other A-list efforts like Kanye West's VMA performance, or Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' moving "Same Love" rendition? Tell us below!

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You've seen the performances and you've read the list of winners.

Now it's time to get to the true heart of the MTV Video Music Awards: THE FASHION!

Miley Cyrus wore her hair in horns. Rita Ora donned a very long, feathered train. Taylor Swift went glam. Katy Perry showed off a grill. And Richard Simmons... showed up.

Who was the Best Dressed? The Worst Dressed? The Most Ridiculously and Hilariously Absurd Dressed? Compare a trio of huge artists in the following video and then scroll down for a montage of red carpet photos from the VMAs:

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Rihanna and One Direction's response - or lack thereof - to Miley Cyrus' VMA performances may have been highlight of the entire pop music Super Bowl.

If you missed it, the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards will best be remembered for Miley Cyrus Twerking, wearing latex underwear and grinding on Robin Thicke.

Not necessarily remembered in a good way, though. While the 20-year-old wild child was performing, the camera panned to the crowd. And found this:

Rihanna, One Direction Watch Miley Cyrus

Rihanna and the five young men of One Direction, who were sitting near each other inside the Barclays Center, were not impressed to say the least.

RiRi's blank expression said it all, while Harry Styles' furrowed brow was equally classic. We'd wager that they spoke for most of the viewing public.

After all, it's not everyday you see a former Disney star Twerking in pigtails and a onesie, slapping butts and molesting a 36-year-old married father.

Rihanna and 1D are holding up okay, but we're just waiting for the class action PTSD lawsuit against Miley from those feeling victimized by this display.

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Maybe next year, Austin Mahone.

The young artist, who many have compared to Justin Bieber, didn't get a chance to take the big stage last night at the MTV Video Music awards, performing instead on the network pre-show.

But like Ariana Grande - another rising star hoping to graduate to the main event in 2014 - Mahone sent a clear message to the music world with a rendition of "What About Love." He's got next!

Watch Mahone move, groove and sing up a storm now. Does he have what it takes to be the next Bieber?

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Ariana Grande's VMA performance was one of the most talked-about moments of the annual pop culture extravaganza, and it was only the pre-show!

Grande lived up to her surname, belting out "Baby I" a cappella, complete with the vocal runs and near flawless tonality that have made her a breakout star.

Her crew, in all black, danced behind her onstage, but the 20-year-old remained in place for the most part, focusing on her transition into "The Way."

Watch Ariana Grande do her thing below!

Justin Bieber's Twitter kissing partner also generated serious buzz with her princess-purple silk dress and sparkly prom-style jewels on the red carpet.

Not a bad night, wouldn't you agree?

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