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VMA Virgin Report: 5 Seconds Of Summer, Ariana Grande And Riff Raff Get Some

Becky G, Austin Mahone and Ed Sheeran also get some action.

You never forget your first time. Especially when it happens at the VMAs in front of a packed arena and millions of viewers at home.

And so, we give you the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Virgin Report on all the artists who can now consider themselves VMA alumni:

5 Seconds of Summer

They came, they saw, they kicked ass (acoustically). The boys from down under not only broke hearts with an unplugged "Amnesia," they took home their first moonman for Best Lyric Video. They also proved they can clean up real nice with a t-shirt-less red carpet stroll.


Becky G

With the show going down in her hometown of Inglewood, Becky from the Block made her VMA red carpet special correspondent debut, even getting some of her fans into the mix by having them sing "Shower" with her on the red carpet.

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Austin Mahone

Everyone's Homie actually made his VMA debut last year during the VMA Pre-Show, but Sunday night saw Austin entering another rarified VMA club: the craziest entrance circle. Wearing a gleaming white suit and trailed by a bus filled with a marching band and a shower of streamers, Austin made a huge impression.

Ariana Grande

Ariana played the Pre-Show last year, but for her first main stage gig she was out of this world: literally. Grande emerged from a space ship for an interplanetary run through of "Break Free," and joined Jessie J. and Nicki Minaj for "Bang Bang," making it clear she's destined for VMA royalty stat in the future.



Lorde arrived in a huge way, winning Best Rock Video for "Royals," dropping an S-bomb in her acceptance speech (and then apologizing a short time later) and sharing the moment with bestie Taylor Swift. So, the full tally: first award, first bleep and first on-camera dance party with T Swizzle.


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Fifth Harmony

The bossy posse busted out "Bo$$" in the Pre-Show, then swept to their first VMA win a bit later in the MTV Artist to Watch category for "Miss Movin' On."


Ed Sheeran

Ed had plenty to celebrate when "Sing" won Best Male Video. According to Sheeran, it was his first-ever American award.

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Riff Raff

Jody Highroller's been waiting his whole life to walk the VMA red carpet. (Don't forget the man has an MTV logo tatted on his neck.) And when he made the scene in a yellow Lambo and emerged with Katy Perry wearing matchy-matchy Britney and Justin denim, it was an arrival for the ages.