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Food Trucks Should be Unique! Take a Look at These Trucks!

We all know if you have an online store, in order to compete you need to have a site that stands out from the crowd and people take notice.  Well, the same is true for food trucks.  Trucks that stand out and catch the public’s eye are going to get customers while serving up some yummy stuff.

Atilla The HUNgry serves fusion foods like their signature Thai PM & J made with Thai peanut butter and strawberry Sriracha jam! Sounds pretty yummy! A Flickr member photographed and probably enjoyed a lot of food from this red food truck in Edmonton, Canada during the summer of 2014.

This canned pork loaf from a mobile platform and priced really well was grabbed up quickly.  Even if it’s Spam Musubi, it’s still sushi so pull up a spot, pull out your wallet and chow down! A Flickr member saw this Aloha Plate food truck at Coachella 2014 which is the perfect place to serve sushi made with spam!

How about a syndicate known as the Oryza Kings where they can get sticky rice served directly to the public.  With its quilted foil and that enormous extract thing on the roof, the truck speaks volumes that something very special is being prepared inside.

Food Truckin’

Well, this truck speaks volumes even if it’s not owned by the Grateful Dead! This fun group knows how to push all the right buttons from the LSD Lights and paint job to the decorated grinning skull right out of Halloween, you just gotta love it!

You also gotta love the menu board offering breakfast tacos and iced coffee are classic if you want munchies food! A Flickr member took the shot in May of 2010.

Praise Be Cheeses

This huge Big Cheese food truck just about says it all.  This is a convention-style event for the Funko community and even Funko fans need to feed their faces once in a while.  Nothing can possibly satisfy more than cheese in all its delicious, mouthwatering modifications and arrangements.

Those who are not quite into cheese for their next snack, you can enjoy the truck’s Nutella with Roasted Banana sandwiches!  A Flickr member ran down this wonderful food truck in April of 2011.

Do you have an idea for a food truck? Are you getting ready to hit all the local events in your area? If yes, make sure your truck stands out from the crowd, have foods that will draw people from miles around and above and beyond all else, have fun!

We all know if you have an online store, in order to compete you need to have a site that stands out from the crowd and people take notice.  Well, the same is true for food trucks.  Trucks that stand out and catch the public’s eye are going to get...

Cool Stories Earth Humans Are Awesome Nature & Tech

Amazing Footage of Hurricane Dorian’s 40 Mile-Wide Eye

Footage by the hurricane hunters flying directly into the eye of hurricane Dorian was released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Hurricane Dorian was 50 to 60 miles off the coast of South Carolina and footage of the storm was shot by Lt. Kevin Doremus from the cockpit of the NOAA aircraft, named Kermit. This aircraft is a four-engine Lockheed WP-3D Orion.

Along with cleverly naming one aircraft “Kermit” the other WP-3D aircraft that was involved was named “Miss Piggy”. The 2 NOAA aircraft have performed regular flights into Dorian to collect valuable data which helps forecasters to make better predictions and clearer understanding of the storm.

These planes are designed to measure pressure changes, wind speed, humidity, and other factors during this very long mission which lasted for more than 12 hours.

There is a shot of the planes going through the powerful winds and driving rain of the eyewall before entering into the eye of the storm which was very calm with amazing clear blue skies.

The eye of the storm varied in size from approximately 50 to 60 miles wide. Doremus told Newsweek the eye was a lot smaller than the previous fights into the storm, and in some cases was only 5 miles wide!

After that, the storm grew to more than 60 miles wide. The Washington Post reported the storm increased in size with hurricane-force winds and tropical storms that extended outward by 25 to 220 miles from the center.

During the following Thursday, Nick Underwood, hurricane hunter, posted a video of an NOAA plane flying into Dorian’s eye that showed an enormous “stadium” effect that can be clearly seen.

The eyes of hurricanes, as well as cyclones, usually have traits of “stadium” effects because the clouds of the eyewall are curved in a way that actually resembles an arena or stadium appearance.

Flying through the eyewall of a hurricane where the winds are at their strongest can be very dangerous. The NOAA planes are not normally harmed by the strong winds, which is absolutely incredible.

Flying Kermit and Miss Piggy

It’s quite common that airliners fly in jet streams with winds exceeding 150 miles an hour over the US during the winter months. It’s the shear or sudden change in horizontal or vertical winds that can harm an aircraft, causing the planes to lose control.

NOAA pilots and crew routinely, but never casually, fly in high-wind environments of hurricanes and are not worried about their planes being torn apart. NOAA aircraft do not fly through tornadoes. However, pilots and crews are constantly monitoring for any hot spots of severe weather and shear which they can pick up on with radar, especially to avoid really serious situations.

Lt. Kevin Doremus, referring to Dorian, said the storm was actually pretty easy to fly through when he captured his video. The storm was slowly deteriorating from a Category 3 to a Category 2 and there were very little up and downdrafts that are normally found in a Category 4 and 5 or rapidly intensifying storms.

They had been watching Dorian from a tropical depression up to a Category 5 and said this was, without a doubt, the smoothest flight they had been on since previous flights that entered the storm a few days before.

On Friday, at 5 AM EDT, Dorian was 25 miles east of Cape Lookout in North Carolina with sustainable wind speeds of 90 miles per hour. It was moving northeast around 14 miles per hour and was expected to remain in motion through Saturday, according to the National Hurricane Center.

According to a statement, Dorian remained a powerful hurricane while it moved along the North Carolina coast over the next several hours. It was forecasted to become a tropical cyclone with hurricane-force winds through Saturday night as it headed to Nova Scotia.

Footage by the hurricane hunters flying directly into the eye of hurricane Dorian was released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Hurricane Dorian was 50 to 60 miles off the coast of South Carolina and footage of the storm was shot by Lt...

Cool Stories Vacation

Airbnb Enters the Adventure Travel Market

Airbnb remains the leader in home-sharing holidays and is now adding to its range of offerings by venturing into the adventure-travel arena – a market that is currently worth around $683billion.

The holiday and travel platform is now offering customers access to experiences as well as accommodation through the new “Airbnd Adventures”.  Customers can take the change to build some amazing memories.  Some of the offerings include time in Arizona to hunt for UFOs or heading off to Oman or the Galapagos Islands.

Airbnb Adventures is a spin-off from the popular Airbnb Experiences.  Where the Experiences would only last between for a few hours up to a full day, Adventures brings an immersive experience which lasts for days and up to a week.  Along with the adventure, of course, comes food and lodging.

Try the Road Less Traveled

At present, there are around 200 Airbnb Adventures on offer.  Some are exclusive to Airbnb but others are run through local operators advertising exclusively on the Airbnb Adventures platform.  By signing up the traveler can enjoy a fully immersive experience along the road less traveled where they are free to experience, explore and create lifelong memories.

There is no problem with quality either; Airbnb has been advised by the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) in order to maintain the high quality and safety standards people expect.

For the more adventurous there is an opportunity for a Warrior boot camp in Kenya, hiking in Petra or a fully accessible trip to Easter Island.  There is also a special Jules Verne inspired”Around the World in 80 Days” trip.

A small and intimate group will travel the world taking in the Nile and the Northern Lights, exploring Nairobi where they will meet the elephant singers and taking part in a Samurai pilgrimage near Osaka.  These and other one-off opportunities are available to commemorate the launch of Airbnb Adventure and are available for the sum of $5,000 per person.

For those who want a more sedate pace Airbnb Adventures offer something a little more laid back – how does a weekend on an Anabaptist Farm in Indiana sound?  The owners are happy to share the experience of collecting eggs, making jam and tending their garden as they renovate their 100-year old farm.  A perfectly relaxing adventure.

Airbnb remains the leader in home-sharing holidays and is now adding to its range of offerings by venturing into the adventure-travel arena – a market that is currently worth around $683billion.

The holiday and travel platform is now offering customers...

Earth

Coral Bleaching – Threat to the Caribbean? Experts Believe So

When it comes to the concept of coral bleaching, many see it as a harmless trick to pull. It has become a major part of the impact of climate change, though, and has started to have a pretty significant impact on the quality of the Caribbean.

Indeed, climate change is bringing about massive coral bleaching, and the coral reef ecosystems that are so essential to Caribbean communities are being thoroughly decimated at present.

Indeed, a study in February 2019 in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B scientific journal showed us just how damaging this is. Built on data taken from 30 Caribbean islands, the data that came back was startling. It showed that coral bleaching was taking place at a pretty rapid scale in various parts of the Caribbean.

Smaller islands such as Saint Barthelemy are the most likely to be impacted, while more robust nations like Jamaica look less likely to suffer such impact.

The worry, though, is that this is not going to get any better. According to Ph.D candidate in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management at UC Berkeley, Katherine Siegel: “We were surprised to find that independent islands have lower social-ecological vulnerability than territories,

“Territories—such as the Dutch islands of Sint Maarten and Saba— tend to be left out of global assessments of climate change vulnerability. But our results suggest that they need to invest in improving their ability to adapt to environmental changes.”

A Worrisome Change

There should, then, be an immediate desire to do something about this. Coral bleaching leads to various problems, not least the fact it removes much of the beauty from the coral reefs. If the bleaching happens for long enough, then it will kill off a large chunk of the corals, and this could mean that the entire ecosystem in that region could become compromised.

The impact would be felt not just in the sea, but in the various communities which rely upon the sea to survive. The study shows that there are several issues at play here, and that those who are most likely to suffer from coral bleaching are those who have their entire economies and communities built around the sea around them.

The study recommends, then, that more is done to help give these communities the tools needed to look out for and then act upon any coral bleaching taking place. The sooner a solution can be put in place, the better for the wider sea community. Rest assured, though, that active work is going on to find a solution to this problem and to put an end to the growing threat of the problem.

This study, though, will hopefully help to serve as a wake-up call for anyone who wants to better understand the immense risks which are at play here. With so little time to act, let’s hope this does not just become another study consigned to the ‘we’ll deal with it later’ pile – there might not be enough time to act later.

When it comes to the concept of coral bleaching, many see it as a harmless trick to pull. It has become a major part of the impact of climate change, though, and has started to have a pretty significant impact on the quality of the Caribbean.

Indeed, climate...

Cool Stories Nature & Tech

Nevada Wilderness Rated Among Darkest Places in The World

If you feel like you are someone who dislikes the darkness, then we heavily recommend that you keep away from a remote part of the Nevada wilderness. Why? It’s just been rated as one of the darkest places that you will find on this planet. However, while some of us don’t like to be in the dark, stargazers might want to head on over here.

As we continue to build up cities and towns at a rapid pace, artificial lighting dulls and dims our potential for seeing the sky. It often means that we miss out on some of the most amazing shots of stars in the sky. However, if you head on over to the Massacre Rim wilderness study area in Nevada, you’ll find one of the ‘darkest’ places in the world.

This has been rated by the International Dark Sky Sanctuary. This is the latest of seven places to be added to their collection, giving stargazers the perfect place to go and check out. Found to the furthest parts north of Washoe County, this unique location is one that truly lets the sky shine at its most stunning best.

If you are interested, the definition given by the association for these darkest places is “exceptional or distinguished quality of starry nights and a nocturnal environment that is protected for its scientific, natural, or educational value, its cultural heritage and/or public enjoyment.”

A first for Nevada

As the fourth sanctuary of its kind based in the United States, this is the first to be based in the state of Nevada. It’s quite the find and has managed to really an extra layer of interest and intrigue to one of the most beautiful parts of the United States.

Speaking about this was the Friends of Nevada Wilderness Executive Director, Shaaron Netherton. She remarked that: “People lucky enough to venture there on a clear moonless night will not only see the enormity of the Milky Way but will also be awestruck to view our neighboring galaxy, Andromeda, with the naked eye.”

The Friends of Nevada Wilderness group are working to help get this sanctuary applied alongside the Bureau of Land Management. This would see it join other dark sky sanctuaries across the United States including Utah, New Mexico, and Texas. Another part of America which hosts a dark sky sanctuary is that of the Gabriela Mistral, Chile.

However, don’t expect any new rule changes or the like to come into play due to this new designation. It’s merely going to help raise the profile of the area, particularly for those who like to view the world through such a unique and satisfying lens.

If you feel like you are someone who dislikes the darkness, then we heavily recommend that you keep away from a remote part of the Nevada wilderness. Why? It’s just been rated as one of the darkest places that you will find on this planet. However, while...

Animals City Life

A Spring-Cleaning Guide for Cat Parents

Spring is here, and we all know what that means – spring cleaning!

It’s time to move the couches, see what’s growing behind the dresser, and get into every nook and cranny of your house. It’s also a great time to get into all your cat’s toys, beds, carriers, and more, and here are some tips to help you start!

Deep Clean Everything

First off, you definitely need to get in the habit of washing your cat’s bedding regularly – every week, even, if you can. Just as we should be washing our sheets weekly, cats need a clean place to lay as well!

You’ll want to make sure that the cat bed you have is easy to remove and wash. It’s even better if you use blankets and pads and such so that you have somewhere for your cat to sleep while its bed is being washed. Be sure you use unscented detergent as cats are averse to scented laundry soap.

We also often never think to wash our cat’s toys, but these also could use a deep cleaning this spring. You can place plastic ones on the top rack of your dishwasher or hand wash them with mild soap. If they’re catnip toys, it’s probably time to throw them out anyway, so you’d be wise to replace them with refillable catnip toys that last much longer – you’ll be able to wash and refill them!

And then there are the carriers. I know we usually don’t pull these out very often – maybe just to take a trip once a year and then those visits to the vet. So, it’s not very dirty, right? But think – when is the last time that you washed it? Have you ever washed it?

This spring, it’s probably about time you took it outside and scrubbed it down with warm, soapy water. If you want to really disinfect it with bleach, dilute one ounce of bleach in a quart of water, and be sure to wash it off thoroughly.

Of course, if you have carriers with fabric or cushions, it’s a bit more complicated, but usually, you can place those in the washing machine or wash them by hand. Remember, only unscented detergent!

Get Organized

Now you’re ready to enter spring with all of your cat belongings fresh and clean. It’s time to get organized:

  • If you live in a warm climate, this should already be taken care of, but if not, spring is the time to get your cat ready for flea and tick season with some prevention.
  • When is the last time your cat had a check-up? Make sure you are up-to-date on your vet visits and vaccines.
  • Maybe you’ve never thought to check the expiration dates on your cat food, but their food expires too. Look through your pantry, and toss any expired items.
  • Does your cat have a microchip implant? Is the ID up-to-date? Or is the number and address on its collar correct?

Spring Saftey

Last but not least, if you love your cat, you won’t want it to be able to get itself into any dangerous situations.

This means checking your windows and screens and repairing any holes or damage, paring your cleaning products down to just what is safe for cats, and perusing your yard to make sure that all of the plants you have are safe for cats. And be sure you don’t track any of the insecticides inside. Safety first, and happy spring!

Spring is here, and we all know what that means – spring cleaning!

It’s time to move the couches, see what’s growing behind the dresser, and get into every nook and cranny of your house. It’s also a great time to get into all your cat’s toys, beds...

Animals

Watch: Just Another [Shark] Day In My Backyard

This unsettling video footage shows a shark prowling in the backyard of one stunned Florida resident’s home. Dick Frey, 69, shot the frightening footage two weeks ago from his home in Bonita Springs. In the video, the nine-foot bull shark is spotted swimming close to the docks through the channel just outside his building.

It was a sunny morning when this elderly man decided to have his first coffee just outside in his backyard, when he suddenly noticed something strange in the waters. Soon, he realized in shock that it’s a giant shark, curiously wandering around.

The man was quick to shoot all of this on camera, even though we’re sure he was terrified by the sight. As much as sharks are scary, they are pretty simple creatures that do not want much to do anything with humans. They are a valuable animal that is part of the ecosystem of the ocean and without them, the balance of the ocean would be in dismay. The video is like a scene from a Hollywood horror movie and it makes our blood freeze in our veins. Imagine seeing a shark in the pool of your own backyard. Wouldn’t you be taken aback? We bet you would!

Just look how it is roaming freely in the water without even taking notice of where it is. It looks like this shark doesn’t bother that it isn’t swimming in the deep blue of the ocean as long as it has enough space to make itself happy.

If you are curious about some more bull shark sightings, then we suggest watching the following video where reef sharks brought a pair of bull sharks, one of the most aggressive and unpredictable of the shark species. What started as a quiet dive became more thrilling than these divers expected. The sharks passed close enough to give a very clear view of their cold eyes and impressive teeth. Divers know that there is a fine line between curiosity and aggression and that improper behavior will have serious consequences.

The divers in this video all surfaced without any incidents, but they were all surprised to have been greeted by the bull sharks. This dive took place on a wall near the famous Blue Hole near San Pedro, Belize. Reef sharks are a relatively common sight but it is quite rare to see bull sharks swimming so close to scuba divers.

The truth is that shark attacks are rare, even in the case of bull sharks, and if the divers remain calm, stay together and stay vertical, their chance of experiencing a serious problem is very small. Even though they know this to be true, the divers can be seen moving closer together and instinctively pulling their feet and hands in closer.

Have you ever seen one of these sharks before? What would your reaction be if you saw one of these? We would love to hear your opinion so please do not hesitate to leave a comment! Please share this video with your family and friends as it will surely shock them. This is one clip that no one should miss!

This unsettling video footage shows a shark prowling in the backyard of one stunned Florida resident’s home. Dick Frey, 69, shot the frightening footage two weeks ago from his home in Bonita Springs. In the video, the nine-foot bull shark is spotted...

Animals Health Science

France Fighting For Bees, Banning Pesticides

Bee population is dwindling. That, we know. Why is it happening? No one is 100% sure, but the main suspects are pesticides.
“Why should we care?” You ask. “Fewer bees, fewer stings,” you say.
Well, NO.

Beekeeping provides pollination services and honey production. Many crops are dependent on honeybees for pollination. In the United States, bees provide pollination for more than 90 different crops, including fruits and vegetables.

So, no bees = no crops = no food. And of course that there are other implications, such as what insect would rule the skies, now that bees are gone?
So, to try and keep the bees alive, France has taken a drastic step.

France is on its way to becoming the first European country to ban five varieties of pesticides which researchers believe are the neonicotinoids that are killing the bees.
French farmers are not happy as they are now afraid their cops would be harmed by insects and pests. They are angry that no solutions have been given instead of the ones banned for use.
France has stepped one step further than the European Union which bans only three neonicotinoids. This French ban is forced not only in outdoor fields but also in greenhouses.

Like nicotine

Britain at first, opposed this ban, but they are coming around after seeing real hard evidence supporting it. Britain is also suffering from whole bee colonies suddenly dying.
In the US, researches have also found that bees have been getting addicted to these harmful pesticides. These neonicotinoids are like nicotine to the brain. It’s been proven that these chemicals have been attacking insects’ central nervous systems and male bees’ sperm count, memory and navigation abilities.

Some angry French farmers don’t see any substantial evidence to connect pesticides with bee population decline. Even FNSEA, the biggest farming union in France, said that in places where no alternative can be found, the ban must be lifted. They also said that this ban will lead to unfair competition between French farmers and other European or worldwide farmers.
On the other hand, the French public health agency, ANSES, say that there are quite a few sustainable and efficient alternatives which are already operational throughout France.
We all hope this will be the beginning of a fight for better pest control.

Bee population is dwindling. That, we know. Why is it happening? No one is 100% sure, but the main suspects are pesticides.
“Why should we care?” You ask. “Fewer bees, fewer stings,” you say.
Well, NO.

Beekeeping provides pollination services and...

Entertainment Entertainment News

The Golden Globes Are Just Around The Corner

In a few days, our TV’s, newspapers and social media feeds will be full of “This happened at the Golden Globes… yada yada yada.” It’s the 76th annual Hollywood Foreign Press Association event in which the Association will award the best films and TV shows of the year.

This year’s hosts are of course Andy Samberg, who is a two-time Golden Globe Award winner, and Sandra Oh, who won a Globe in 2006 for her role on Grey’s Anatomy.
If you want to watch it live, tune in live on Sunday, Jan. 6, from 5-8 p.m. PT/8-11 p.m. ET on NBC.

The red carpet event will take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
As opposed to last year, this time actresses will not be dressed in black in solidarity against sexual harassment, but in clothes that will not be used again, and that will cost more than many of us make a year.

This year the leading movie is Vice, which is up for six awards, including best motion picture, comedy or musical, and best performance by an actor in a comedy or musical.
Our favorite A Star Is Born received five nominations. Lady Gaga picked up one for best performance by an actress in a motion picture, drama, and Bradley Cooper is nominated for best director.

On the smaller screen, ‘The Assassination of Giani Versace: American Crime Story’ is up front with four nominations.
We’re happy to say that PEOPLE’s 2018 Sexiest Man Alive, Idris Elba‘s daughter, Isan Alba, was named 2019 Golden Globe Ambassador. So that will be a nice tone to the event.

What’s surprising this year is the lack of nominations for This Is Us, in all categories. That’s weird.
Netflix’s Maniac, GLOW and Atlanta also were not included in this years ceremony. And so was House of Cards.

In a few days, our TV’s, newspapers and social media feeds will be full of “This happened at the Golden Globes… yada yada yada.” It’s the 76th annual Hollywood Foreign Press Association event in which the Association will award the best films and TV...

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Famous Icons In Their Most Groovy Moments

When you hear the word groovy, you immediately think back to the time when everything was grand and luxurious and wow. A time when you could walk down Holywood Boulevard and meet your most amazing star doing things us normal folk could find ourselves doing.

These days, it seems we are left with memories of grandness, but looking at these pictures you would understand how these icons of culture became who they are.

Marilyn Pumping Iron

You probably know Marilyn Monroe from her permanent place as America’s favorite blonde bombshell, but did you know that she hit the weights to keep trim? This rare photo shows how she toned up.

Robert DeNiro Sr. & Jr.

When you think of the iconic actor Robert DeNiro, you probably think of the tough-talking New Yorker he’s embodied in so many different roles in classic films like Taxi Driving and Raging Bull.

But like everyone else on the planet, Robert was once a baby. This picture shows him with his father, world-renowned painter Robert DeNiro Sr., with whom he shared a very close father-son relationship. Robert Junior even dedicated one of his awards to his dad!

Continue with the time machine tour…

When you hear the word groovy, you immediately think back to the time when everything was grand and luxurious and wow. A time when you could walk down Holywood Boulevard and meet your most amazing star doing things us normal folk could find ourselves...

Entertainment Entertainment News

Amy Winehouse (Hologram) Back On Tour

It’s been seven years since she was found dead but we will soon be able to hear and see her again on stage. Kind of creepy in my opinion.
A company called Base Hologram has announced a partnership with Winehouse’s estate to go on tour in order “to celebrate the singer’s legacy.” Many have voiced their concerns about exploiting her name and music and think she should be left alone.

Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning in 2011 when she was only 27. This spiked other mythical rumors about the famous “27 death club” in which many famous artists died at that age. The company Base says that it’s “the leading live entertainment content creator leveraging holographic film technology to produce live entertainment tours and attractions worldwide.”

A statement the company issued said that “Utilizing new state-of-the-art proprietary technology, the production will launch towards the end of 2019. Featuring digitally remastered arrangements of her classics, the hologram will be backed by a live band, singers and theatrical stagecraft.”

Her father said that it’s a dream come true for the family; “To see her perform again is something special that really can’t be put into words. Our daughter’s music touched the lives of millions of people and it means everything that her legacy will continue in this innovative and groundbreaking way.”

The tour was announced at the Amy Winehouse Foundation’s annual gala in London. The foundation wants to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse among young people. They plan on gaining more help and recognition via the world tour.

It’s not the first time a celeb was “revived” through a hologram. Michael Jackson and Tupac have performed on stage after their untimely deaths.

 

It’s been seven years since she was found dead but we will soon be able to hear and see her again on stage. Kind of creepy in my opinion.
A company called Base Hologram has announced a partnership with Winehouse’s estate to go on tour in order...

Celebs

MTV VMA’s 2018 – Winners List

The MTV awards kicked off with a Cardi B performance, which was her first live performance after giving birth to her daughter Kulture. Cardi B was also the most nominated artist of the night. Even more than the Carters (Beyoncé and JAY-Z) who received “only eight.” Drake also got eight, and Childish Gambino got seven.

Other performers that night were Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Post Malone, Travis Scott, Logic and Ryan Tedder, and Jennifer Lopez. By the way, Lopez was given the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. That’s something to hang up on your wall!

The most enjoyable moment of the show, according to entertainment outlets, was Ja Rule who joined J Lo for the performance of “Ain’t It Funny.” Her performance exploded on stage making the night amazing.

Madonnas’ tribute to Aretha Frankin was weird. Her clothes and speech were missed by the audience and online fans who criticized her for her tribute.

The winners list:

Video of the Year:
Camila Cabello – “Havana” [ft. Young Thug]

Best Collaboration:
Jennifer Lopez – “Dinero” [ft. DJ Khaled & Cardi B]

Best New Artist:
Cardi B

Artist of the Year:
Camila Cabello

Best Latin Video:
J Balvin – “Mi Gente” [ft. Willy William]

Song of the Year:
Post Malone – “rockstar” [ft. 21 Savage]

Best Pop Video:
Ariana Grande – “No Tears Left to Cry”

Best Hip-Hop Video:
Nicki Minaj – “Chun-Li”

Push Artist of the Year:
Hayley Kiyoko

Song of Summer:
Cardi B / Bad Bunny / J Balvin: “I Like It”

Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award:
Jennifer Lopez

Best Dance Video:
Avicii ft. Rita Ora – “Lonely Together”

Best Rock Video:
Imagine Dragons – “Whatever It Takes”

Video With a Message:
Childish Gambino – “This Is America”

Best Cinematography:
The Carters – “APES**T”

Best Direction:
Childish Gambino – “This Is America”

Best Art Direction:
The Carters – “APES**T”

Best Visual Effects:
Kendrick Lamar & SZA – “All The Stars”

Best Choreography:
Childish Gambino – “This Is America”

Best Editing:
N.E.R.D – “Lemon” [ft. Rihanna]

 

 

 

 

 

 

The MTV awards kicked off with a Cardi B performance, which was her first live performance after giving birth to her daughter Kulture. Cardi B was also the most nominated artist of the night. Even more than the Carters (Beyoncé and JAY-Z) who...