Are The VMAs Credible?

Contributed anonymously:

Having been a loyal MTV fan over the past years, I recently come to the conclusion that MTV has lost its credibility with me. The reason why I am saying so is that over the past years deserving videos have not been awarded the VMAs. Last year for an example, when Beyonce’s ‘Crazy in Love’ won best female video over ’s ‘Dirrty’ video was the most requested video in 2002 and still today it remains one of the most requested videos in MTV history if not the most requested video. The same goes for ’ ‘Hit me baby one more time’ being crushed by ’s ‘Waiting for Tonight’ in 2000 in the best dance video category. The VMAs have over the years robbed deserving artists the awards and gave them to least deserving videos the same goes for this year nominating. ‘The Voice Within’ and rejecting ‘Can’t Hold Us Down’, ‘Me Against The Music’ for best choreography etc They also left out Christina Milian’s ‘Dip it Low’ for best female, best dance, best choreography and for best r&b video! However this is my opinion and I am sure some of you will be with me on this one. It is a well known fact that both Britney and Christina are the queens of MTV videos considering the fact that they boost the most requested videos on TRL and them being shunned by MTV is senseless!

Jennifer Lopez Appeals To Vatican For Wedding Blessing

July 28, 2004 – In Touch weekly reports that Jennifer wants another wedding with hubby Marc Anthony, this time with the blessing of the Catholic church. “Jennifer is determined to find any way possible to renew her vows with Marc inside a Catholic churt,” a friend of the actress revealed. Since both J.Lo and Marc are divorced, the church won’t recognize the power couple’s marriage. “She’s even appealed to the Vatican!,” the friend revealed. Lopez wants the church’s blessings before she becomes a mother. “It’s important for Jen that the kids be raised Catholic,” her ex-fiance Ben Affleck once remarked.

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