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Join Our Liveblog Of The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards On Sunday Night!

Imma let you finish reading other posts, but I just wanted to say the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards show is this Sunday. Join The Frisky for a liveblog of every blood-splattered Lady Gaga costume and Hennessy-fueled Kanye West meltdown, starting with the red carpet at 8 p.m. (EST) and sticking around for when the show begins at 9 p.m. Curl up with your computer and join us here on TheFrisky.com (liveblog after the jump!), on our Facebook page, or on our Twitter feed. See y’all then! In the meantime, let’s revisit the craziest moment from last year’s show: Kanye’s infamous divebombing of Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech. [MTV 2010 VMAs]

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Long Live “Daria”: Tracy Grandstaff, The Voice Behind Our ’90′s Misfit Teen Idol, Speaks

Sucky people have not actually sucked on MTV for over a decade now, but there was a time when the channel didn’t send us diving underneath the bathroom sink for something toxic. Alas, a cartoon like “Daria” would never exist today and that’s why we “Daria” super-nerds need to get our hands on “Daria: The Complete Animated Series” DVD, which was released this spring. In honor of this momentous occasion, the blog Can I Get A Man With That? called up Tracy Grandstaff, the actress who voiced Lawndale High’s #1 social outcast, Daria Morgendorffer, for five seasons. Keep reading »

Lauryn Hill Is Really Vague About New Album And Today’s Artists

Lauryn Hill sat down with MTV after performing during last weekend’s Rock the Bells concert in NYC. L-Boogie says she’s “getting closer” to releasing a new album. Just how “close” she is we won’t really know until the Tuesday when the album is actually released. Well, that’s the impression I got from Lauryn, who was seriously vague about her comeback and the state of today’s artists. And to think I used to hang on this woman’s every word … now, I only vaguely know what she’s actually talking about. But I ain’t mad at her because I, along with many other fans, put a lot of pressure on her. No wonder she’s more reserved now. [MTV] Keep reading »

10 Reasons We’re Thrilled That Chelsea Handler Is Hosting The VMAs

Last night, the amazing Chelsea Handler announced that she will be hosting this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, coming at you live from Los Angeles on September 12th. Why is she the perfect person for the gig? “This has been a huge year for hip-hop and rap, and it is well-known that I have the closest ties with these communities—musically and sexually,” Chelsea joked. “I am to rap and hippity-hop what Warren Buffet is to finance, minus the sex.” [EW]

We are insanely giddy over this news because we love Chelsea. After the jump, 10 reasons we’re thrilled MTV made this pick. Keep reading »

What Ever Happened To That English Chick On “The City”?

Hey “City” fans. Remember Louise Roe, Olivia Palermo’s Elle rival? (Seriously, that girl has one too many nemeses.) We know that “The City” was so scripted, but we were nevertheless fascinated by the introduction of the English TV personality … probably because her role in the show seemed the most contrived of all. C’mon, don’t you think Elle knew they weren’t going to use her, and that she was only hired to do a few episodes? To refresh your memories: Louise came in to compete with Olivia Palermo to be the face of Elle.com, but eventually “lost” because she had another offer in L.A. We guessed that this “offer” was either a work of fiction for the sake of the plot, or that Louise actually had another job from the get-go and everyone knew. Turns out the latter was right … Keep reading »

Lady Gaga And Eminem Top The VMA Nominations Tally

Yesterday, MTV announced the nominees for the 2010 Video Music Awards. And good thing Lady Gaga didn’t let anyone steal her creativity out of her vagina, because her over-the-top videos this year brought her a record 13 nominations. (Seriously, the people who’ve come closest are Missy Elliot in 2001 for “Get Ur Freak On” and “Lady Marmalade.” And Beyoncé with nine nominations last year.) Gaga is even competing against herself for Video of the Year—”Bad Romance” and “Telephone” are both nominated. Keep reading »

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