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Taylor Swift vs. Nicki Minaj: Unexpected Feud Alert!
Earlier today, Nicki Minaj complained about her lack of VMA nominations on Twitter and suggested that she was unfairly shut out of two categories due to racial discrimination.
In a series of angry tweets, the rapper made vague references "other girls" receiving preferential treatment and stated that her belief that the nomination process revealed MTV's favoritisim for "different" kinds of artists.
Taylor Swift vs. Lorde: MTV VMA Fashion Face-Off!
Taylor Swift and Lorde are the best of friends.
Did you catch the artists dancing together at last night's Video Music Awards? Totes. Adorbs.
MTV Video Music Awards 2014: See the Best GIFs!
The 2014 MTV Video Music Awards have come and gone, providing plenty of memorable moments from the red carpet to the big stage at the Forum in Inglewood.
From Taylor Swift's red carpet prediction of her own terrible dancing (she delivered) to Blue Ivy and Beyonce showing us all how it's done, this night had it all.
VMAs 2014: Who Performed Best?
Have you clicked through our MTV Video Music Awards fashion gallery yet? Have you decided who looked best and worst on the red carpet?
Okay, good. Now it's time to focus on the actual music at the center of the MTV Video Music Awards.
Taylor Swift Performs "Shake It Off" for First Time at MTV Video Music Awards
She wore sequins. She moved. She grooved. She joked about a snack biting a Nicki Minaj backup dancer earlier in the weekend.
And, overall, she helped put on one of the more memorable performances of the MTV Video Music Awards.
MTV Video Music Awards: 17 Craziest Moments From 30 Wild VMA Shows
Remember when MTV (music television) actually used to play music videos on TV? Yeah, we do too. Pour one out for the good ol' days...
After three years of airing 'round-the-clock music, MTV unleashed a phenomenon known as Video Music Awards upon the world in 1984.
Taylor Swift "Shut the Eff Up" Remark Not About Harry Styles, Ed Sheeran Insists
Taylor Swift's infamous "shut the f--k up" comment at the MTV Video Music Awards was not actually about Harry Styles, her friend Ed Sheeran says.