MTV Video Music Awards
Matt Roush says...
SUNDAY: Doja Cat hosts the weekend’s biggest music event as the VMAs return to New York with a live show from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Among the highlights: Foo Fighters receive the inaugural US Global Icon Award and perform at the VMAs for the first time since 2007. Also making a comeback: Justin Bieber, who leads the nominations with seven, performing his first VMA set in six years. Kacey Musgraves makes her VMAs debut as part of a roster that includes Shawn Mendes, Twenty One Pilots, Chlöe, Travis Barker with Machine Gun Kelly, and Jack Harlow with Lil Nas X for their first live performance of “Industry Baby.”