It's been a crazy couple of weeks here in the US and there's nothing like the entertainment industry and celebrities to distract us. From newcomers to the scene, like Cardi B. to award show staples like Katy Perry. Celebrities always use the MTV awards as an excuse to wear anything fun and flashy.
Host Katy Perry stunned in Stephane Rolland and Yeprem jewelry.
Not to be outdone by her Swish Swish mate, Nicki Minaj channels Barbie in this PVC catsuit.
We're not saying Teyana Taylor was best dressed -- although she was channeling Janet Jackson's 1995 VMA look,-- but she definitely had the best accessory of the night... THOSE ABS!
Bebe Rexha is giving us old Hollywood glam in this LaBourjoisie gown paired with Giuseppe Zanotti heels and Stephere jewelry.
White seemed to be the power color of the night. Look at our girl, Cardi B. in custom Christian Siriano paying homage to VMA queen, Madonna.
21 Savage also looking white hot with his lady, Amber Rose, mixing up her look.
Step aside and let the super models show you how it's done. Joan Smalls in H&M Studio! Which means you can get this look too! (Legs sold separately!)
Another model and instagram sensation, Jasmine Sanders kills it in Jeremy Scott's Moschino.
Singer Diamond White gives us 90s clueless chic in L.A. Roxx
Actress Olivia Munn is an award show veteran and she wows in minis. For the VMAs she sparkled in Nicolas Jebran.
Mel B wows and makes a statement in this Discount Universe dress.
With a sky-rocketing modeling career, Paris Jackson is proving herself to be quite the fashion plate wearing Christian Dior and Stephen Webster jewelry to the VMAs.
Comedy's girl of the moment Tiffany Haddish shines in a silver Falguni & Shane Peacock dress with Via Spiga heels and Alexis Bittar jewelry and an Emma Kuo clutch.
After the show it's the after party. Indique fave Justine Skye is serving hotness in this Moschino number.
Christina Milian seems to be channeling a reality tv vixen looking wet hot in this Dennis Basso gown.
Rounding out our list is fashion plate and young, woke and talented, Yara Shahidi in Zimmermann.