Demi and Austin face off against Katy, 5SOS and Ariana Grande in the Best Lyric Category VMA category. So start voting!
Paging all Lovatics and Mahomies! Demi Lovato and Austin Mahone have been nominated for a 2014 Video Music Award!
That’s right, Demi and Austin will be facing off against 5 Seconds of Summer, Katy Perry and Ariana Grande in the brand new socially-voted category, Best Lyric Video.
These artists have stepped up the lyric video game in 2014, with Demi surprising fans in her “Really Don’t Care” video, while Austin took us back to the 70′s with ‘MMM Yeah.’ Katy Perry made us hungry for some “Birthday” cake, 5SOS got animated for “Don’t Stop” and Ariana threw some shade in her “Problem” video.
Now here is where you guys come in because you decide who takes home the Moonman in this category. Lovatics, Mahomies, 5SOSFam, Katycats and Arianators, may vote by using the designated hashtags on Twitter, Instagram and Vine: #vote5sos, #votearianagrande, #voteaustinmahone, #votedemilovato and #votekatyperry.
Voting is open, so watch the Best Lyric Video VMA nominees, and cast your vote via Twitter and Vine and help your favorite artist get one step closer to winning a VMA.
It’s up to you to decide the winners of the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards! Vote now and tune in Sunday, August 24, at 9/8c ET to see who wins at the Forum in Inglewood, California. Plus, get the latest updates from all your favorite VMA artists on the MTV Artists App.
Demi Lovato attended the 2013 Teen Choice Awards yesterday! Demi also won Choice Female Artist! Congrats to Demi! You can check out pictures from the arrivals, backstage & audience, and show in the gallery now! Also, below is a video of Demi performing her latest single, “Made In The USA.”
Demi Lovato attended the 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards yesterday in Toronto, Canada. At the awards, Demi performed “Heart Attack” and “Give Your Heart A Break.” Demi also was awarded “International Video of the Year!” Congrats to Demi! You can watch videos from the show below also I’ve added pictures from the arrivals and show to the gallery!
No. 3: Demi Lovato
Last Year’s Rank: 7
Birthdate: August 20, 1992 (Age 20)
Why She’s Hot: Far removed from the personal problems that threatened her career two years ago, Demi Lovato has used thesupport of her fans and some ubiquitous pop tunes to triumphantly rebound to the upper reaches of our 21 Under 21 list. The former Disney star’s 2011 album “Unbroken” yielded her first Top 10 hit on the Hot 100, “Skyscraper,” but follow-up single “Give Your Heart a Break” was even more of a hit and has spent nearly half a year on the chart. Meanwhile, Lovato scored a prime TV gig by joining the U.S. “X Factor,” where she can judge other aspiring vocalists alongside Simon Cowell, L.A. Reid and another pop princess, Britney Spears. Throw in an acclaimed summer tour with Hot Chelle Rae and a hosting gig at the Teen Choice Awards, and this year was one in which Lovato made the leap into the upper echelon of pop personalities.
Between the Olympics, One Direction’s epic US tour and announcement of their new album, the endless stream of amazing “Call Me Maybe” covers that hit the Internet, and news of Demi Lovato’s new “X Factor” gig, it’s been a pretty awesome summer for pop culture. And even though school is now back in full swing, there’s still one last big event — the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards — to look forward to as a final farewell to the season.
This Thursday, some of our favorite musical acts and celebs will take the stage as hosts, presenters, performers and honorees at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. So far, seven stars are slated to perform — and with this year’s killer lineup, we can’t wait to see who steals the show.
Teen Choice Awards host Demi Lovato will be performing “Give Your Heart A Break” at the pre-show. Her fellow VMA veteran Taylor Swift will perform a new track from her upcoming album, Red.
Recently, Taylor opened up about her pre-performance jitters.
“The thing about the VMAs is, the people that help put together the performances are honestly some of the best people you have ever worked with and they put together these huge, vast, massively entertaining performances,” she told MTV News. “You have to make sure that you are ready to go onstage and face the entire world of music fans that are watching that show.”
Although Taylor and Demi are no strangers to the Video Music Awards, One Direction — who returned stateside yesterday to get ready for the show — will take the stage as first-timers.
Headlining performances by Pink and Rihanna will also keep the energy high during the show, while controversial rapper Frank Ocean and alt-rock classics Green Day will add an edge to the otherwise pop-heavy lineup.
Jennifer Lopez is proving she still has skills on the dance floor.
Her music video “Dance Again” is up for best choreographed video in the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards.
The ceremony is set to take place on Sept. 6 in Los Angeles.
“Dance Again” was written by fellow Latino singer Enrique Iglesias and features Cuban rapper Pitbull. It was choreographed by JLO’s main squeeze, 25-year-old boyfriend and backup dancer Beau Casper Smart.
The MTV Video Music Award nominations include Demi Lovato for best video with a message, while BFF Selena Gomez is up for best female video.
Rihanna and Drake are leading the pack with five nominations each.
Last year’s big winner Katy Perry isn’t far behind, with four nominations.
Rihanna has two chances to win for video of the year; she’s nominated both for her hit “We Found Love” and for her duet with Drake on “Take Care.” Others in the category include Katy Perry for “Wide Awake”; Gotye for “Somebody That I Used To Know”; and M.I.A. for “Bad Girls.”
Four-time VMA winner Alicia Keys and One Direction will be performing at the ceremony. One Direction is up for best pop video for their hit “What Makes You Beautiful.”
Best Video with a Message:
Kelly Clarkson- “Dark Side”
Lil’ Wayne-“How to Love”
Gym Class Heroes- “The Fighter”
K’Naan ft. Nelly Furtado- “Is Anybody Out there?”
Rise Against- “Ballad of Hollis Brown”