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Mmemuona Beyonce?

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  1. Babylon

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    The singer is called back up on stage during Beyonce's acceptance speech for Best Video



    [​IMG] The Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) singer hugs Taylor Swift after asking her to come up and finish her speech for Best Female Video


    He added: 'I'm in the wrong for going on stage and taking away from her moment. Beyonce's video was the best of this decade . . . I'm sorry to my fans if I let you guys down . . . I'm sorry to my friends at MTV . . . I will apologise to Taylor.'
    It is not the first time he has made his feelings known at award ceremonies.
    At the 2007 MTV VMAs, he was caught on camera ranting backstage because he had not won for the second year in a row and in 2004, he stormed out of the American Music Awards for losing the best new artist category.

    [​IMG] The singers wore both wore bright red for their acceptance speeches


    And at the MTV Europe awards in 2006, Kanye jumped onstage after losing out on the Best Video award for Touch The Sky to Simian.
    Grabbing a microphone during their speech, he claimed his video should have won because it 'cost a million dollars, and Pamela Anderson was in it. I was jumping across canyons.'
    He later admitted to having a 'sippy sippy' before the performance.
    For her part, Swift called the evening 'interesting.'

    'I was standing on stage and I was really excited because I'd just won the award and then I was really excited because Kanye West was on stage,' Swift recalled after the show. 'And then I wasn't excited anymore after that.'


    [​IMG] Kanye West swigs from a bottle of Hennessy as girlfriend Amber Rose poses on the red carpet before the event


    [​IMG] The rapper wore a shiny shirt and Caterpillar boots, accessorising with a bottle of cognac, while his other half opted for a racy Lycra snake-print catsuit


    She later said she had been getting many messages of support and that she felt indebted to Beyonce for giving up her moment to allow her to speak.
    'It was just so wonderful and so incredibly classy of her and just gracious and wonderful to let me say something.

    'She's just been my hero and one of my idols ever since I was little. Before the talented artist, the superstar, she's always been a great person and I just, I thought I couldn't love Beyonce more tonight, than tonight.'
    Swift said she doesn't have any ill-will toward the rapper, 32, of whom she said she was once a fan.
    'I don't know him, and I've never met him, so...' she said. 'I don't want to start anything because I had a great night tonight.'
    According to a tweet on Twitter from Jay-Z's DJ, Neil Armstrong, the singer and her mother were deeply upset by his outburst and were seen crying backstage.

    Enlarge [​IMG] Backtracking Kanye West issued an apology to Taylor Swift on his blog almost immediately after the show

    Other celebrities have lashed out against West on Twitter, including Pink, who had to be escorted away from the rapper by security.
    She tweeted: 'Kanye West is the biggest piece of s*** on earth. Quote me.
    'My heart goes out to Taylor Swift. She is a sweet and talented girl and deserved her moment.

    'She should know we all love her. Beyonce is a classy lady. I feel for her, too. It's not her fault at all, and her and Taylor did their thing. And douche bag got kicked out.'

    [​IMG] Beyonce performs Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) in a bejewelled leotard for a dance routine that echoed her winning video




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    [​IMG] Jay-Z and Alicia Keys performed Empire State of Mind on stage during the evening and were joined by an uninvited Lil's Mama at the end


    'Well, the Jonas Brothers have forgiven me - they have to they're Christians - and Barack Obama is now president of the United States so, in a way, it seems like I can say whatever I want and sort of get away with it.'
    Brand did take one pop at the US, however, voicing his support for Mr Obama's proposed healthcare reforms.

    Talking about the difference between the UK and the US, he said: 'Instead of truck, we say lorry, instead of elevator we say lift, and instead of letting people die in the street we have free healthcare.'
    There were even surprises during some of the other performances, with rapper Lil' Mama crashing the stage during Jay-Z's performance with Alicia Keys.
    While Jay was ending his final 'Empire State of Mind' verse, Mama came up from her seat in the crowd onto the stage and started bobbing her head to the beat.

    She even posed at
     
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