Some of music's biggest names were honored at Sunday's 2020 MTV Video Music Awards! Hosted by Keke Palmer, the show featured performances from Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, BTS and more. Scroll through the gallery to see the show-stopping photos and all the biggest moments from the 2020 VMAs!
Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande
The performing powerhouses masked up for their first performance of "Rain on Me."
And a close-up of Gaga from the epic performance, because how could we not?
The 2020 host took the stage for her own VMAs moment, delivering a high-energy performance of her single "Snack."
The singer won the night's biggest award, Video of the Year, as well as Best R&B, though he kept both of his acceptance speeches somber and straight to the point. "Thank you, VMAs and MTV," he said. "It's hard for me to celebrate right now and enjoy this moment. So I'm just going to say, justice for Jacob Blake and justice for Breonna Taylor. Thank you."
After performing a medley of her viral hits, Doja was crowned the year's Best New Artists, beating out blackbear, Lewsi Capaldi and more.
Swift won Best Director for her directorial debut, her gender-bending video for "The Man."
The rap star teamed up with the Jabbawockeez for his performance, which included him rapping from atop a police car.
The Best Latin Video winner thrilled fans with his performance at the Skyline Drive-In.
The singer lit up NYC during his performance of "Blinding Lights" at EDGE at Hudson Yards.
The superstars joined the ceremony virtually to accept their awards for Best Group and Best K-pop.
The newly single pop star put on a moody performance of her latest single, "Midnight Sky."
Black Eyed Peas
The group paid tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman, giving the Wakanda salute at the end of their performance.
Machine Gun Kelly
The rapper proudly kissed his Moon Person after winning the Best Alternative Award for "Bloody Valentine."
Nikki Fre$h practically glowed onstage!
The Colombian singer cuddled with his Moon Person as he accepted the Best Latin award for “Qué Pena” with J Balvin.
The model looked gorgeous, as usual, when she spoke onstage.
The performer received MTV's first-ever TRICON award at the 2020 VMAs, honored for her chart-topping work in three consecutive decades.
The happy hippie lit up the red carpet in her Mugler creation.
After swapping outfits, the evening's host posed in front of a green screen, an early moment that proved that this year's awards show was quite different from years past.