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All the 2022 VMAs Performances, Ranked #8211 Billboard

All the 2022 VMAs Performances

After hitting Brooklyn’s Barclays center in 2021, the MTV Video Music Awards returned to the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. on Sunday (Aug. 28).

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Nicki Minaj, who recently earned her first solo No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Super Freaky Girl,” was named the 2022 VMAs Video Vanguard Award winner, putting her into a rarified category that includes Michael Jackson, Madonna, Missy Elliott and other pop culture royalty. Additionally, Minaj co-hosted the show alongside LL Cool J and Jack Harlow. Red Hot Chili Peppers, who were the 2022 VMAs Global Icon Award recipients, also performed on the show.

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Harlow opened the evening with his own “First Class” and a surprise appearance — Fergie, the Dutchess herself, joined him on the VMAs stage to perform “Glamorous,” her Hot 100-topping single that his own Hot 100 topper “First Class” samples.

Additionally, the VMAs saw performances from a huge list of genre-crossing artists: Anitta, Bad Bunny, J Balvin and Ryan Castro, BLACKPINK, Kane Brown, Eminem and Snoop Dogg, Marshmello and Khalid, Lizzo, Måneskin and Panic! at the Disco. Snoop and Slim Shady brought the metaverse to the Prudential Center, performing half of their song in their Bored Ape avatars.

the 2022 VMAs Performance

Doja Cat, Harlow and Harry Styles were the top nominees at the 2022 VMAs, with eight nods each. Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Lil Nas X had seven nods each, with Billie Eilish scoring six nods. BTS, Dua Lipa, Ed Sheeran, Future, Lizzo, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd all earned five nominations.

From Harlow’s show-opening number to Anitta’s show-stopping booty shaking to Minaj’s knockout medley of hip-hop classics, here are all the 2022 VMAs performances, ranked.

  1. Nicki Minaj, Video Vanguard Medley
  2. BLACKPINK, “Pink Venom”
  3. Anitta, “Envolver”
  4. Måneskin, “Supermodel”
  5. Jack Harlow & Fergie, “First Class”/”Glamorous”
  6. Bad Bunny, “Titi Me Pregunto”
  7. Lizzo, “About Damn Time”/”2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)”
  8. Kane Brown, “Grand”
  9. Snoop Dogg & Eminem, “From the D to the LBC”
  10. Red Hot Chili Peppers, “Black Summer”/”Can’t Stop”
  11. Khalid & Marshmello, “Numb”
  12. Panic! at the Disco, “Don’t Let the Light Go Out”
  13. J Balvin and Ryan Castro, “Nivel De Perreo”

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