1. Song Of The Year Mask
Lady Gaga Has horns! Here’s the proof that she’s officially beat us to the next level of evolution. For the ones (like us) who’re not Gaga better figure out a way to catch up soon. With her new tusks, she’s bound to end patriarchy and social injustice. Celebrities usually forget VMAs are all about individuality and fun, but almost all celebrities tend to forget that. Almost all celebrities because Lady Gaga hasn’t forgotten that. All Hail the Queen.
2. The “Rain On Me” Performance Mask
The mask for this performance was totally different, and a unique concept I can see getting popular once the wind catches on. This mask isn’t something one would rock if it was actually raining. For Gaga’s electric duet with Ariana Grande, she sported a mask with an electronic edge to it. The mask seemed to respond to the notes she was belting. It could’ve been a smart way of Gaga proving she was actually singing. Again, that’s some no one other than Lady Gaga will ever have to prove.
3. The Artist of the Year/ TRICON Award Mask
This mask might or might not have been sponsored by non-other than Reynolds Wrap. It wasn’t too much, but still particularly fabulous. Not an everyday mask, but definitely something you’d wear to a particularly fancy trip to a store. Gaga must LOVE this mask, mainly because she was seen sporting it twice on Sunday. Once while accepting the artist of the year, other while accepting the TRICON Award. It is, however, important to mention that she was wearing different outfits both the times.
4. The Best Collaboration Mask
This mask was fabulously foul without actually being foul of course. Was the mask crafted by the team of FOX’s “Masked Singer”? Because it sure seemed like it. Guess we’ll never know. The mask looked like something it is made from craft things found at the Home Depot, but in the best way possible.