Lady Gaga


Last night's MTV Video Music Awards proved to be the first successful awards show to take place virtually. The evening was also the first ever VMAs to be hosted by a black woman, Keke Palmer, and the progression was abundant.

Not only was this the most tech savvy night in VMA history, but the fashion from the event took clear inspiration from what artists are hoping is the future. Here are just some of the BEST DRESSED:

Lady Gaga had numerous opportunities for an outfit change and she took full advantage of ALL EIGHT of them. The singer did a nine-minute performance set during the broadcast and ultimately took home five awards.

Machine Gun Kelly

Rapper Machine Gun Kelly also performed and won Best Alternative.

Rapper Machine Gun Kelly also performed and won Best Alternative.

Joey King

Attending as a presenter for the show, actress Joey King chose this Versace dress.

Miley Cyrus

Much like the disco ball Miley Cyrus mounted during her performance, this dress was reflecting light all night long.

Jaden Smith

Jaden Smith has been all about bright colors on his Instagram and didn't forget to bring them as he attended as a presenter.

Ariana Grande

Shared to her personal Instagram, Ariana Grande showed off this look as a tease to her performance of Rain On Me with collaborator Lady Gaga.

Chloe X Halle

Often referred to as "the future of music" Chloe X Halle drew inspiration and glowed during their performance.

Doja Cat

Doja Cat gave a highly anticipated performance and was honored as the Push Best New Artist. The award allows nominations only for an artist's debut record.

Click through to see these celebs and more in their past VMA looks:

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