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His appearance fronting the MTV Video Music Awards in Hollywood left the studio audience stunned at times.Some stars at the glittering event, including Britney Spears, looked horrified as Brand called United States President George Bush a "retarded cowboy fella" before urging all Americans to vote for Barack Obama "on behalf of the world".The event was billed as a comeback appearance for troubled singer Spears, whose lacklustre performance at the same event last year coincided with the height...
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dailymail.com Look for photos of the VMAs in the celebrity photo gallery online and video of the event. LOS ANGELES - No Madonna kiss. No Michael Jackson cameo. No flying Howard Stern. Not even a Kanye tantrum.
By Martyn McLaughlin AFTER a tumultuous year in which she was admitted to a psychiatric unit and lost custody of her children, Britney Spears has staged her greatest performance yet - appearing before the world looking healthy and composed.
Britney Spears proved she's still got what it takes as she picked up three awards at MTV's Video Music Awards in an appearance that was branded the 'resurrection' of her career.
Spears - who has been nominated 16 times before but never won - thanked "God first and foremost for just blessing me like this" as she picked up the best video, best pop video and best female video awards for Piece Of Me at the Los Angeles spectacular.
It took a year, but Britney Spears' comeback on the MTV Video Music Awards is finally a reality.
It took a year, but Britney Spears' comeback on the MTV Video Music Awards is finally a reality. Spears nabbed all three VMAs she was nominated for, including video of the year, and made a triumphant appearance in an attempt to erase the career-low of last year's ceremony. Spears didn't perform.
By Victoria Namkung HOLLYWOOD -- Her live number lasted less than 20 seconds, but Britney Spears still got a standing ovation at Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards. And she got the big win: video of the year.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Britney Spears opened the show to a standing ovation as her moonman losing streak finally came to an end at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.
Despite her train-wreck performance at the MTV Video Music Awards last year, the network has confirmed Britney Spears will kick off the show once again. But it won't be a performance.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.