If you missed the 2015 MTV VMAs, that's a shame, because it was one for the history books. Or, maybe you didn't miss it and just want to relive every single amazing moment that went down? Either way, we've got you covered, with a look back at the nine most show-stopping moments that took place on Sunday night.
Nicki Minaj And Taylor Swift Got Over Their 'Bad Blood'
Remember that time Nicki and Taylor had a misunderstanding on Twitter? Well, that's far behind them now. On Sunday night, they patched things up and Tay made a surprise cameo during Nicki's opening set. What a way to start the show.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Performed 'Downtown' For The First Time
Just a few days after debuting their brand new song and video for "Downtown," Macklemore & Ryan Lewis brought the track to life with a live performance from Downtown L.A. during the VMAs.
Nicki Minaj And Miley Cyrus Took Their Feud To New Levels
Nicki patched things up with Taylor on Sunday night, and then went to war with Miley. After accepting the Moonman for Best Hip-Hop Video, she boldly called out the VMA host for a few less-than-flattering comments she made about Nicki in a New York Times article.
Justin Bieber Literally Shed Tears
We're still trying to figure out why, exactly, this happened -- but Justin Bieber definitely cried after his performance of "What Do You Mean?"
Kanye West And Taylor Swift Had A Dance-Off To The Weeknd
The Weeknd's performance of "Can't Feel My Face" wasn't just for the fans at home -- it was really for Kanye and Taylor Swift, who literally couldn't stay in their seats while he was on stage. Hard to say which one of them had the better dance moves.
Kanye And Tay Tay Cemented Their Friendship During The Video Vanguard Presentation
Things were a little awkward between Kanye and Taylor after their messy VMA encounter in 2009, but they've clearly moved past it. Taylor referred to Kanye as her "friend" when she presented him with the award, and 'Ye was grateful for that moment. "First of all, thank you, Taylor, for being so gracious and giving me this award this evening," he said, before taking the Moonman.
Kanye Gave The Best Acceptance Speech Of All Time
When Kanye accepted the Video Vanguard Award, he gave a speech that was better than any performance he could've given. "It’s about ideas, bro. New ideas. People with ideas. People who believe in truth. And yes, as you probably could have guessed by this moment, I have decided in 2020 to run for president.” What more can he say?
A$AP Rocky And Twenty One Pilots Killed It
We weren't sure what to expect going into this joint performance, but Rocky and Twenty One Pilots didn't disappoint.
Miley Debuted A New Song With A Completely Over-The-Top Performance
Thought Miley was going to host the VMAs and not perform? Wrong! She closed the show by debuting her brand new song "Dooo It!" with a very colorful, bold and statement-making performance.