Wednesday, August 4, 2010


There is nothing like a live television awards show to bring out the egomania of some celebrities. It's one of the reasons that my husband and I love to tune in to the MTV MUSIC AWARDS on the channels we got through directv deals in New York.

You just never know what you're going to experience. Sure, we love the music. We love to see what the latest rocker fashion is. We love watching the celebrities who pretend not to care but so obviously do. Deep down, I think we're still missing the days when 80's rock was in, but we've grown to love Fergie and the Black Eyed Peas. We've even embraced our inner rap star.

This year, we sat on edge as we watched Kanye West completely upstage Taylor Swift. We were horrified at his sudden decision. The spontaneous move to take the microphone from her left us completely shocked. We then watched as Taylor Swift handled herself with so much grace and composure.

It's a moment that will go down in time as one of the most unusual of MTV MUSIC AWARDS history. We were there. We had front row seats all the way down here in Houston, Texas.

We will definitely tune in again next year. These are moments that even the best Hollywood writers can't come up with. We wouldn't miss it for anything.

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