Michele Bachmann, Let's Hear it For White People!
First there was this gem from that wacky Michele Bachmann, who is proving to be dumber than a box of Palins, where she appears to say "Who likes white people?"
Who Likes White People?
I must admit, for a moment, I thought she might have actually asked that question, to which the natural response is, "um... me?"
However, I didn't fall for it and sniffed around a bit, and lo and behold it turns out there was some chicanery going on, and what crazy eyes really said was "Who likes wet people?" Which, I have to admit, is a far more intriguing question and one you might find being asked at a wet t-shirt contest rather than a religious revival in Iowa. Aw shucks, I prefer my white people dry any day of the week.
Lady GAGA at the VMA's
Lady Gaga's bizarre VMA's stand-up moment preceding her performance of "You and I." Gaga appeared on stage in drag as her alter-ego, Joe Calderone, who went on to lament of the perils of dating a star named Lady Gaga in a Andrew Dice Clayesque monologue, which left some audience members confused and America collectively rolling its eyes (unless of course you are one of her Little Monsters).
I get it, she's talented and stuff, but all this self-referential, third person narcissism theater nonsense is very grating. Ugh, theater people! Do yourself a favor Gaga, just sing, and save all the cringe-worthy jazz hands crap for your post-performance party.
Justin Bieber's shares "Johnson" with girlfriend Selena Gomez
Was Velveeta sponsoring the 2011 VMA's, because the cheese was heavy and thick all night. In our last clip (above) Disney star and singer Selena Gomez tries to interview her boyfriend, mini crooner Justin Bieber, who keeps taunting her with his pet white snake, aptly named "Johnson." Haha! Get it, a white snake named Johnson? Who writes these jokes, 17-year old boys? Oh wait... alright that's enough.
Here's some more pics from this year's MTV VMA's, where the big winners of the night were:
Video of the Year:
Katy Perry, "Firework."
Best Female Video:
Lady Gaga, "Born This Way."
Best New Artist:
Tyler, The Creator, "Yonkers."
Best Male Video:
Justin Bieber, "U Smile."
Katy Perry, Kanye West, "E.T."
Best Hip-Hop Video:
Nicki Minaj, "Super Bass."
Best Rock Video:
Foo Fighters, "Walk."
Best Pop Video:
Britney Spears, "Till the World Ends."
View gallery: 2011 MTV VMA's Photo Gallery