Get your metro card ready because the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards are returning to Radio City Music Hall in New York City. We can hardly wait until August 20 for all the explosive performances, unexpected celebrity appearances, and surprises in store. Until then, let’s kick back and revisit last year’s show. Kendrick Lamar’s fiery medley of “DNA.” and “HUMBLE.” where he LITERALLY set the stage ablaze, had everyone singing along as he opened the show. Then Katy Perry arrived to host in a space suit floating in the air. The ladies of Fifth Harmony showered the stage with an epic performance of “Down” and “Angel” featuring Gucci Mane, and Normani Kordei’s jaw dropping split. Miley Cyrus, a hosting alum, performed “Younger Now”, taking on a whole new look and sound which made for the perfect VMA comeback. Later that night, Logic, Alessia Cara, and Khalid sang their emotional suicide prevention anthem on stage and brought awareness to issues of mental health as well as the fight for equality. There were also show-stopping performances from Ed Sheeran, Demi Lovato, DNCE, Rod Stewart, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Shawn Mendes, Gucci Mane, Julia Michaels, Alessia Cara and KYLE. Video Vanguard P!nk completely transformed the VMA stage with a medley of her biggest hits, then accepted her award with a powerful speech about individuality and self-acceptance inspired by her daughter Willow, reminding those watching to be their true selves. Stay tuned for more announcements about this year’s show!