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Why did Harry apologize after winning the MTV Video Music Awards?

As the first big British winner of the night, Harry Styles apologized to fans for his absence at the MTV VMAs in 2022, despite being “just down the road.” In a clash with his performance at Madison Square Garden in New York, the 28-year-old superstar took home album of the year at the annual ceremony.

Prudential Centre in Newark, New Jersey, is the site of this year’s VMAs, which are less than an hour away. Styles received the award for best long-form video along with Taylor Swift, who won the award for All Too Well.

Their effort and time had gone into the video

After fans speculated that Swift’s break-up with actor Jake Gyllenhaal inspired the song, the video stars Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien went viral earlier this year. As Swift took to the stage, the venue erupted, and she thanked Sink and O’Brien and said the video had taken their time and effort.

As she told screaming audiences, she had directed and written her music videos before but had never made a short film. Thanks for showing your love for what we have done. This is a beautiful indication that we have done something right. We love you guys very much.

Harlow received the award

In the opening act, Fergie performed two of her biggest hits, Glamourous and First Class, with Jack Harlow as her accompanist. Other music legends, including Swift, watched from the audience as the former Black Eyed Peas singer wore a sparkly silver top with “first class” printed in red letters.

A few moments later, Harlow received the award for best collaboration, along with Lil Nas X. Aside from Nicki Minaj and LL Cool J, he will also present the show, which recognizes the best music videos and awards the “Moonman” astronaut trophies.

An odd appearance by Johnny Depp

Minaj played a medley of her songs during her entrance to the ceremony as she received the video vanguard award. As she accepted the award from members of her fan club, the Barbz, the US rapper said she had never written a speech before, but she went offstage to retrieve her phone to read her notes.

Afterward, Cheech and Chong presented the global icon to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Flea, the bassist, dedicated the award to Taylor Hawkins, the late drummer for the Foo Fighters. In addition to the tribute, there was also the strange appearance of Johnny Depp as Moon Man, the ceremony’s famous musician.

He told the audience, There’s another musical legend. He’s Taylor Hawkins. I miss him every day. As the ceremony was opened, he floated above the stage and said, I needed the work.