My addiction to VMA started when I was in Grade School. Those were the times I was really into Nsync, Backstreet Boys, M2M, A1, Westlife, Eminem, Pink, Limp Bizkit, Linkin Park, All Saints, Spice Girls, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera – All the hits from the late 90’s and early 20’s. MTV was like the IT shows of the youth and music lovers back then. You’re one of the cool kids in school if you will put in a Slumbook of a friend that MTV is one of youre favorite show. I remember during high school how I always forgot to turn off the TV before going to sleep and waking up with the same channel and watch MTV until after I ate breakfast. For me the VMA’s were such a big event, even if I’m just at home watching the show. Unfortunately, things have changed! It’s no longer that anticipating, performances are predictable and without any quality! Even the hot hot hot Adam Levine tweeted about it!
The VMA’s seriously used