'The Hills' are returning to MTV

'The Hills' are returning to MTV

'The Hills' are returning to MTV

Lopez also performed songs like "On the Floor", "Let's Get Loud", and "Ain't Your Mama", along with throwback favorites like "My Love Don't Cost a Thing", "All I Have", and of course, "Jenny From the Block", which she performed on a set that included a 6 line subway train.

After eight years being off the air, the reality show is back!

Sure, "This Is America" won for best choreography, best direction and best video with a message, while "APES***" took home prizes for cinematography and art direction.

On Monday night (Aug. 20), Cardi B opened the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards with a quick monologue in which she tricked fans into thinking she had brought her new baby, Kulture, on stage.

So while MTV are keeping relatively tight-lipped about who will return to the show when it gets rebooted, we can all live in hope that Lauren and Heidi will be able to put their differences behind after a very eventful ten years.

"I can't believe this is for me", said Cabello, who split from girl group Fifth Harmony in late 2016 to launch a solo career.

The show hit another low when Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B and DJ Khaled won best collaboration for "Dinero" - a song that has peaked at No. 80 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart - besting the record-setting hit "Meant to Be", by Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line, and Mars and Cardi B's anthemic "Finesse" remix. The answer is nearly certainly no, unless by "iconic music video artist" you mean "artist whose music videos aired on television often enough when I was in high school that I vaguely remember them now".

Camila dedicated her award for artist of the year to her fans.

"Alex, you're like my twin soul", Lopez said. "And they're such a vital part of The Hills that we couldn't do it without them". And everyone, find yourself someone who looks at you like A-Rod looks at his bae.

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