The boho chic star was among the notable guests at the first ever award show, where she donned a very interesting dress. Was the pattern lovely or way too loud? VOTE.
Vanessa Hudgens walked the red carpet at the inaugural 2013 YouTube Music Awards on Nov. 4 in a dress from Dolce & Gabbana‘s Fall 2013 collection. The detailed mosaic on the full length, long-sleeved dress reflected that of Sicily’s Cathedral of Monreale. To not overwhelm the amazing details on the dress, the 24-year-old actress wore her hair down and parted in the middle while sporting sparkling gold pumps that matched her gown. Her ombre hair color was also noticeably toned down at the show, going from nearly blonde at the end of her hair in recent weeks to a tone that almost totally blended in with her natural hair color. She really went above and beyond to give all the attention to her dress! The award show was held to honor the best music videos by evaluating YouTube views among other measurements — but we’re not sure how to evaluate Vanessa’s dress!
The fans have spoken! Eminem was their choice for Artist of the Year at the first ever YouTube Music Awards, held in NYC on Nov. 3.
Eminem, 41, really is back and better than ever! The “Rap God” had some pretty stiff competition for the Artist of the Year award — he was up against talented fellow artists Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, One Direction, Psy, Epic Rap Battles of History, and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis — but he blew away all of his rivals to take home the YouTube trophy, a red-and-white click icon. Read on for more details!
During the first-ever YouTube Music Awards, Eminem brought the house down with his new hit, ‘Rap God,’ after winning Artist of the Year. Did you love his performance, HollywoodLifers?
M.I.A. took the stage at the 2013 YouTube Music Awards to perform her latest high-energy hit — and her performance did not disappoint!
M.I.A. gave a psychedelic performance of her song “Come Walk With Me” at the 2013 YouTube Music Awards on Nov. 3 from New York’s Pier 36. She used the YouTube platform to her advantage by making her stage performance a total sensory overload!
Taylor wasn’t even in attendance at the first-ever YouTube Music Awards, but she still got majorly dissed!
Taylor Swift took home the YouTube Music Award for Phenomenon Video for “I Knew You Were Trouble,” and while she wasn’t there to accept it, a group of girls did for her. So, who had the nerve to pull a Kanye West on the girls accepting the award?
Video of the Year is definitely the biggest award of the night, going to the video with the most fan engagement on YouTube. Girls’ Generation shocked everyone and took home the big award for their song ‘I Got A Boy’ — beating out some of the biggest names in music!
Congratulations to Girls’ Generation! On Nov. 3, the South Korean girl group took home the biggest award of the night at the first-ever YouTube Awards! Up against Demi Lovato, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus, it was by far the toughest competition of all!
Lady Gaga performed ‘Dope’ at the 2013 YouTube Music Awards held in NYC on Nov. 3 and it was one of her most emotional performances ever!
Lady Gaga knows how to bring down the house! The Grammy winner hit the stage at the 2013 YouTube Music Awards and it was amazing. She sang her new hit song “Dope,” while wearing a trucker hat and a plaid, flannel shirt.
Did your favorite YouTube acts win big? See the full list of winners, then tell us who you’re happy for — and who you think got totally snubbed.
Some of the biggest names in music today — Austin Mahone and Justin Bieber to name just a few — were discovered on YouTube, so it’s only natural that the internet’s most addictive website should spawn an awards show, celebrating its legion of musical stars. The first-ever YouTube Music Awards were held Nov. 3 in New York City, and HollywoodLife.com has a complete list of the evening’s big winners.
History in the making! The FIRST EVER YouTube Music Awards will be the talk of the entertainment world on Nov. 3, honoring stars like Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, and One Direction and featuring performances from Lady Gaga, Eminem and more! And you can watch the entire ceremony on… YouTube!
Considering how important YouTube is to the music world, it’s about time the video site hosted its own award show. The big night starts at 6 p.m. ET on Nov. 3 and you can stream all the action — including performances by Lady Gaga and Eminem — below!