Was there a real audience at the VMAs?

The 2020 show featured no audience and was filmed in locations across the city. “The whole night felt like a weird experiment, with everyone figuring out how to do a glitzy music spectacle during a pandemic, with social distancing and no audience,” wrote Rolling Stone’s Rob Sheffield.

What happened to Miley Cyrus at the 2013 VMAs?

Cyrus went on stage in a bodysuit, which she later ditched for a bikini as she twerked and stuck her tongue out. The performance was viewed as raunchy and inappropriate to viewers, many of whom knew Cyrus for her kid-friendly role as the titular pop star of the Disney Channel sitcom “Hannah Montana.”

Will there be an audience at the VMAs 2021?

Unlike last year’s mélange of pre-taped productions and outdoor performances scattered around New York City, the 2021 installment returns to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Airing live at 8 p.m. ET Sunday, the show – which will include an audience – is hosted by “Kiss Me More” hitmaker Doja Cat.

Will the VMAs 2021 have a live audience?

The MTV VMAs for 2021 will be a hybrid of last year’s show and the pre-COVID ceremonies. Because of the delta variant, restrictions will still be in place, but the vaccine allows for a larger live audience and guest list.

Was Miley Cyrus high at 2013 VMAs?

She Finally Reveals The Answer. Ever wanted to know if Miley Cyrus was high while twerking at the 2013 VMAs? “I’ll tell you how high I was, because the answer is already high, so it’d be on a scale of 1 to 10,” Cyrus told Corden. However, one moment didn’t even make it onto the high scale.

Did you have to be vaccinated to go to VMAs?

Attendance Requirements ViacomCBS requires all attendees to: Be fully vaccinated. According to the CDC, people are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 2 weeks after they have received the second dose in a 2-dose vaccine series or 2 weeks after they have received a single-dose vaccine.

Will the VMAs be 2021 virtual?

The Sunday, September 12th ceremony will officially begin at 8 p.m. ET, with a red carpet lead-up to celebrate some of your favorite musicians and creators. The VMAs have taken extra care with COVID-19 protocols, so the award show will feel much more in-person than virtual.

Was Miley Cyrus on drugs at VMAs?

Cyrus got candid about quitting marijuana back in May, and now, she’s opened up to talk show host Corden about her, erhm, “highest” times. One thing you might be surprised about? The fact that she was stone-cold sober during her VMAs performance, in which she performed her hit “We Can’t Stop” in a teddy bear leotard.