Vanessa Hudgens took center stage at the 2022 MTV Movie & TV Awards as this year's host in Los Angeles, California. Vanessa has had several hosting gigs in the past few months, helping co-host the red carpets for the Oscars and Met Gala Live Streams. As she hosts the main event for MTV, this time, she definitely made sure to show out with her several outfit changes. She first stunned on the red carpet in a custom Vera Wang ensemble and made several changes during the show.
The event was split into two shows, the Scripted show, which Vanessa hosted, and the Unscripted show, which Tayshia Adams hosted. Some highlights in the scripted portion of the show included Jack Black accepting his golden popcorn for his Comedic Genius Award and J-Lo receiving the Generation Award.
In the Unscripted show portion, Olivia Rodrigo took home an award for Best Music Documentary for driving home 2 u (a SOUR Film), and Bella Poarch took home the Breakthrough Social Star Award for the night.
Check out the full list of nominees and winners below:
(Scripted Nominees and Winners)
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings
Spider-Man: No Way Home (WINNER)
The Adam Project
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A MOVIE
Lady Gaga – House of Gucci
Robert Pattinson – The Batman
Sandra Bullock – The Lost City
Timothée Chalamet – Dune
Tom Holland – Spider-Man: No Way Home (WINNER)
BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SHOW
Amanda Seyfried – The Dropout
Kelly Reilly – Yellowstone
Lily James – Pam & Tommy
Sydney Sweeney – Euphoria
Zendaya – Euphoria (WINNER)
Daniel Craig – No Time to Die
Oscar Isaac – Moon Knight
Scarlett Johansson – Black Widow (WINNER)
Simu Liu – Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Tom Holland – Spider-Man: No Way Home
Colin Farrell – The Batman
Daniel Radcliffe – The Lost City (WINNER)
James Jude Courtney – Halloween Kills
Victoria Pedretti – You
Willem Dafoe – Spider-Man: No Way Home
Hunter Schafer & Dominic Fike – Euphoria
Lily Collins & Lucien Laviscount – Emily in Paris
Poopies & the snake – Jackass Forever (WINNER)
Robert Pattinson & Zoë Kravitz – The Batman
Tom Holland & Zendaya – Spider-Man: No Way Home
BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE
Brett Goldstein – Ted Lasso
John Cena – Peacemaker
Johnny Knoxville – Jackass Forever
Megan Stalter – Hacks
Ryan Reynolds – Free Guy (WINNER)
Alana Haim – Licorice Pizza
Ariana DeBose – West Side Story
Hannah Einbinder – Hacks
Hoyeon – Squid Game
Sophia Di Martino – Loki (WINNER)
Black Widow vs. Widows – Black Widow
Cassie vs. Maddy – Euphoria (WINNER)
Guy vs. Dude – Free Guy
Shang-Chi bus fight – Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Spider-Men end battle – Spider-Man: No Way Home
MOST FRIGHTENED PERFORMANCE
Jenna Ortega – Scream (WINNER)
Kyle Richards – Halloween Kills
Mia Goth – X
Millicent Simmonds – A Quiet Place Part II
Sadie Sink – Fear Street: Part Two 1978
Loki – Tom Hiddleston, Sophia Di Martino, Owen Wilson (WINNER)
Only Murders in the Building – Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, Martin Short
Spider-Man: No Way Home – Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire
The Adam Project – Ryan Reynolds, Walker Scobell
The Lost City – Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Brad Pitt
HERE FOR THE HOOKUP
Never Have I Ever
Pam & Tommy
Sex Lives of College Girls
“Here I Am (Singing My Way Home)” – Jennifer Hudson / Respect
“Just Look Up” – Ariana Grande & Kid Cudi / Don’t Look Up
“Little Star” – Dominic Fike / Euphoria
“On My Way (Marry Me)” – Jennifer Lopez / Marry Me (WINNER)
“We Don’t Talk About Bruno” – Encanto cast / Encanto
BEST MUSICAL MOMENT
“Wrecking Ball” – Bridgerton
“Million to One” – Cinderella
“The Moment of Truth” – Cobra Kai
“Dynamite” – Emily in Paris
“We Don’t Talk About Bruno” – Encanto
“Holding Out For a Hero” – Euphoria
“Dance With Me” – Heartstopper (WINNER)
“Rose Song” – High School Musical: The Musical: The Series
“Disco Fever” – House of Gucci
“Original Score” – Halo
“Downtown” – Last Night in Soho
“Do Ya Wanna Taste It?” – Peacemaker
“Therapy” – Tick, Tick…Boom!
“Nobody Like U” – Turning Red
“America” – West Side Story
“This Is How We Do It” – Yellowjackets
(Unscripted Nominees and Winners)
BEST DOCU-REALITY SERIES
Jersey Shore: Family Vacation
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta
Selling Sunset (WINNER)
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
BEST COMPETITION SERIES
Dancing With the Stars
RuPaul’s Drag Race (WINNER)
The Challenge: Spies, Lies & Allies
The Masked Singer
BEST LIFESTYLE SHOW
Dr. Pimple Popper
Selena + Chef (WINNER)
BEST NEW UNSCRIPTED SERIES
Hart to Heart
Teen Mom: Family Reunion
The D’Amelio Show (WINNER)
The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip
Queen of the Universe
BEST REALITY STAR (brought to you by Sonic Drive-In)
Chris “CT” Tamburello – The Challenge
Chrishell Stause – Selling Sunset (WINNER)
Lindsay Hubbard – Summer House
Teresa Giudice – The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Willow Pill – RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14
BEST REALITY ROMANCE
Joe Amabile & Serena Pitt – Bachelor in Paradise
Loren & Alexei Brovarnik – Loren & Alexei: After the 90 Days (WINNER)
Nany Gonzalez & Kaycee Clark – The Challenge: Spies, Lies & Allies
Tom Sandoval & Ariana Madix – Vanderpump Rules
Yandy & Mendeecees – Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta
BEST TALK / TOPICAL SHOW
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah
The Drew Barrymore Show
The Kelly Clarkson Show
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (WINNER)
Charlamagne Tha God – Tha God’s Honest Truth
Gordon Ramsay – MasterChef
Kelly Clarkson – The Kelly Clarkson Show (WINNER)
Rob Dyrdek – Ridiculousness
RuPaul – RuPaul’s Drag Race
BREAKTHROUGH SOCIAL STAR
Bella Poarch – @bellapoarch on TikTok (WINNER)
Benito Skinner – @bennydrama7 on Instagram
Caleb Hearon – @calebsaysthings on Twitter
Khaby Lame – @khabylame on TikTok
Megan Stalter – @megstalter on Instagram
Bosco vs. Lady Camden – RuPaul’s Drag Race (WINNER)
Candiace Dillard Bassett vs. Mia Thornton – Salad toss fight – The Real Housewives of Potomac
Christine Quinn vs. Chrishell Stause – Selling Sunset
Danielle Olivera vs. Ciara Miller vs. Lindsay Hubbard – Summer House
Margaret Josephs vs. Teresa Giudice – The Real Housewives of New Jersey
BEST REALITY RETURN
Bethenny Frankel – The Big Shot With Bethenny
Kylie Sonique Love – RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars
Paris Hilton – Cooking With Paris & Paris in Love (WINNER)
Sher – Ex on the Beach
Tami Roman – The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles
BEST MUSIC DOCUMENTARY
Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy
Oasis Knebworth 1996
Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u (a SOUR film) (WINNER)
The Beatles: Get Back
Cover Photo Courtesy of Vanessa Hudgens Instagram
Gold House just hosted its inaugural "Gold Gala," the largest gathering of top Asian and Pacific Islander leaders in the community. The Gala celebrated the 2022 A100 List, the absolute honor that recognizes the 100 APIs that have most significantly impacted American culture and society in the last year, and special awards honoring some A100 legends in the community.
Over a handful of Filipinos made it onto the prestigious A100 list this year, and even more, were present at the Gala. Celebrity Photographer and community advocate Sthanlee B. Mirador was there on the Gold Carpet, capturing guests as they made their way into the event. Check out some Filipino talents and leaders who helped celebrate Gold House's special night below.
Over 500+ API celebrities, cultural leaders, and business executives attended this special night. The night's theme was "The New Gold Age," representing "unparalleled API brilliance and defiance amidst continued violence and racism against the community." In addition, the evening consisted of honoring the A100 list, Mindy Kaling accepting the A100 Legend award, and fellow A100 Legend Michelle Yeoh accepting the first-ever "SeeHer" award at the Gold Gala for defying gender stereotypes throughout her career.
During the gala, Gold House also unveiled some new initiatives which will help the organization continue to unite, promote, and invest in API creatives and companies. See some of their new initiatives below.
Photos and Cover Photo Courtesy of Sthanlee B. Mirador
As Bella Poarch continues to conquer content creation and venture into music, she sits down with Rolling Stone to talk about defying the odds in life, her career, and becoming a content creator. She co-covers the Rolling Stone’s Inaugural Creator Issue alongside MrBeast for the peelable bonus cover. The interactive edition features a 3D AR makeup where fans can unlock the filter by scanning the QR code. This issue is right up Bella's alley as she's been breaking the interwebs with her online content, check out the interview here.
Rolling Stone highlights how Bella overcame life struggles, but never gave up. The magazine said, "Bella accumulated tens of millions of followers across social platforms thanks to her bubbly, charming online personality. In 2021, the Navy vet parlayed her social success into a burgeoning music career, debuting with songs like the body-positive, “Build a B****,” and her Sub Urban-assisted single, “INFERNO,” about overcoming trauma."
Bella gets raw in the interview by also openly talking about her panic attacks. Meeting new people especially in her growing career can take its toll. Naturally, she's a shy person who like many of us get nervous meeting new people. However, like everything in her life, Bella continues push through the anxiety and fear to reach her goals.
Cover Photo Credit: Bella Poarch Instagram
It's Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and Goldhouse is kicking it off with their A100 list, the definitive honor that recognizes the 100 APIs who have most significantly impacted American culture and society in the last year. This year 11 Filipinos made it on this prestigious list alongside some amazing Asian and Pacific Islander trailblazers who are at the forefront of this "New Gold Age."
The honorees are selected across industry categories and are voted on through a rigorous and comprehensive process with dozens of the nation’s top API nonprofit organizations, a panel of multicultural icons (including actress-singer Lea Salonga, General Atlantic Vice Chairman Ajay Banga, Panda Express Co-CEOs Andrew and Peggy Cherng, actor and activist Daniel Dae Kim, GLAAD CEO Sarah Kate Ellis, and Olympian Apolo Anton Ohno, among others), and hundreds of Gold House members who are each at the apex of their respective industries.
For the first time, Goldhouse will be celebrating the honorees in person at the inaugural Gold Gala on May 21st, 2022 in collaboration with Meta and Procter & Gamble. Stay tuned for that event recap on MYX, but for now, check out the full A100 list here and see which Filipinos made it on the list below.
Filipinos on the A100 List:
Rachell Rae Hofstetter (Valkyrae)
Bruno Mars (Via Silk Sonic)
Maria Angelita Ressa
About Gold House
Gold House is the leading Asian and Pacific Islander (API) changemaker community, fighting together for socioeconomic equity. Through a suite of innovative programs and platforms, the organization unites, invests in, and promotes API creatives and companies. To learn more, visit www.goldhouse.org or follow @GoldHouseCo on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Filipinos came in style to Coachella Valley this year, whether it was checking out the LIVE performances at the festivals or mansion hopping to the various lounges and house parties in the desert. See a list of some of our favorite outfits below. Fill out the form and let us know who YOU think had the best outfit or was had Coachella style that you would wear as well. Everyone that submits an answer will be automatically entered to win tickets to an upcoming MYX virtual concert so you can have your own Couch-ella at home!
One of the most popular music festivals, Coachella was back this past weekend after a 2 year hiatus. A huge lineup was set from Harry Styles, Billie Eillish, and The Weeknd headlining each night. However, Filipino musicians also take the stage like EYEDRESS and beabadoobee performing at the Sonora and Gobi stages. Besides the music, the fashion is one of the most talked about points during the 2-weekend festival and some of your favorite Filipino stars enjoyed the desert vibe while looking chic. Lets take look at some of the outfits worn in Weekend 1.
Vanessa and Stella Hudgens
Vanessa Hudgens is the queen of Coachella and her outfits do not disappoint. The wanderlust looks she bought to the festival throughout the years is a staple that isn't going anywhere. This year, the Hudgens sisters dress up in PowerPuff Girls colors in pink, blue, and green.
Nicole Scherzinger brings the animal print pattern to the desert. The outfit screams boho-chic plus it's paired with oversized sunnies and accessories to complement, it's perfect.
Valkyrae keeps it comfy and simple in a two-piece outfit with mesh pants. Whenever at Coachella, you definitely have to keep yourself cool so you can't forget the bucket hat!
Ate Icy brings the color with reds, blues, and gold in her outfit. We're loving the hair and the two-piece outfit designed with a textured pattern.
The E! Entertainment host hangs out at the Revolve Fest and talks to many of the celebrities passing by including Kim K. Erin keeps it cool and flowy with a white ensemble and a cute space bun. This outfit is going to the archive for summer fits!
The Chief Brand Officer for Revolve brings the groovy vibes to the festival. Hosting the Revolve pool party was the place to be with everyone from celebs to influencers popping by for drinks and IG-worthy backdrops.
A Sunday performer, EYEDRESS was in the middle of the action, hanging out in the pit with Jaden Smith. The Filipino artist stuck with the basics in an all-black outfit with brown chest strap.
Twitch host, Jen DeLeon went with a retro look in a halter and skirt combo. Her fit plus the backdrop behind one of the iconic Coachella structure, it didn't miss. She's there to cover all sorts of Coachella content from the sets, looking for the best outfits, best food, and more.
Miss Kay aka Keiffer
Miss Kay slays Coachella in a leather outfit. She blazes through the desert heat with a smile and a dope oversized leather blazer. We need to know where it's from!
Bretman rocks all 3 days in different looks, but our favorite is the princess-inspired look rocking all the shimmers and glitters possible.
Bella keeps it fun and flirty in another retro pattern that's sure to stick out. Her signature long braids adds to the look and can we talk about her leg warmers!
Jay-R and Mica
The couple take to the dessert in a desert appropriate rock and cowgirl themed outfit. Mica rocks a cowboy hat and mixes it with a boho-fringe top with boots for the dusty conditions. Jay-R keeps it rock-n-roll with KISS muscle tee ready to fend away the bright weather.
The Fil-British Coachella performer chose a young and fun mini dress outfit before taking the stage. She kept it chic and simple showing off her body artwork.
Can't wait to see what kind of outfits will be at Weekend 2 of Coachella!
Cover Photo Credit: Valkyrae Instagram
This week's MYX News Hot List, new episodes weekly at www.myx.global/myxnews.
1. MYX MUSIC: LET'S GO WITH 4TH IMPACT - International Girl group 4th Impact released their comeback upbeat track that celebrates Filipino women around the world.
2. MYX MUSIC: EZ MIL RE-UPS WITH NEW TRACK - Ez Mil shares "Re-Up", a first look to his highly-anticipated album.
3. MYX LIFESTYLE: BELLA POARCH: COSMO COVER GIRL - Tiktok star Bella Poarch is Cosmopolitan's Breakout Star in the magazine's first ever music issue.
4. MYX ENTERTAINMENT: OLIVIA RODRIGO DRIVE HOME NEW DISNEY FILM - Popstar Olivia Rodrigo drops "driving home 2 u: A Sour film" on Disney+.
Bella Poarch continues to break barriers, letting people know that she's more than just the viral sensation from TikTok. The social star continues to come into her own as a full-blown artist and is now on the cover of the first-ever music issue of the iconic Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Numbers don't lie. Her two official single releases have amassed over 500 million views on her YouTube channel. She's also hitting over 6 million monthly listeners on her Spotify, and let's also not forget her social platforms, which combined, have over 100 million followers to date. No wonder Bella took home this year's iHeart Radio Music Award for Social Star of the Year.
In one of her latest Instagram posts promoting and revealing her cover for Cosmopolitan, the Navy Vet shares a heartfelt story of how music has always been a part of her life and dreams.
"Music has been a passion of mine ever since I could remember. When I was young living on the farm, I would always sing while cutting grass. I would use a sickle for a mic. I would sneak into the living room to play piano when I wasn’t allowed to. I would dream in hiding. Music helps me express myself."
Cover Photo Courtesy of Bella Poarch Instagram
The ninth run for the iHeart Radio Music Awards was nothing less than a superstar-filled event. LL Cool J was at the helm of the ship hosting the event, and there were performances from the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Megan Thee Stallion, Charlie Puth, John Legend, and so much more.
Bella Poarch came in with a win for the Social Star Award, while Bruno Mars took home a win for Best Duo/Group of the year for Silk Sonic with Anderson .Paak. Last night, Olivia Rodrigo was one of the big winners, taking home multiple awards, including Female Artists of the Year. She took the podium to thank her label and especially her fans for helping her live out her wildest dreams.
Check out the winners in the key categories below:
Song of the year: “Levitating” – Dua Lipa
Female artist of the year: Olivia Rodrigo
Male artist of the year: Lil Nas X
Best duo/group of the year: Silk Sonic
Best collaboration: “Stay” – The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber
Best new pop artist: Olivia Rodrigo
Alternative song of the year: “Monsters” – All Time Low featuring blackbear
Alternative artist of the year: Machine Gun Kelly
Best new alternative artist: Måneskin
Rock artist of the year: Foo Fighters
Best new rock artist: Mammoth WVH
Country song of the year: “If I Didn’t Love You” – Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood
Country artist of the year: Luke Combs
Best new country artist: Lainey Wilson
Dance artist of the year: David Guetta
Hip-Hop artist of the year: Drake
Best new hip-hop artist: Yung Bleu
Best new R&B artist: Giveon
Best new Latin artist: Grupo Firme
Best cover song (socially voted category): “good 4 u” (Olivia Rodrigo) – Camila Cabello
Best fan army (socially voted category): #BTSARMY – BTS
Best music video (socially voted category): “Butter” – BTS
TikTok songwriter of the year (socially voted category): Jax
Social Star Award (socially voted category: Bella Poarch
Trailblazer Award: Megan Thee Stallion
You can see the full list of nominees and winners here.
If you missed the awards you can check out some of the live performances below:
Cover Photo Courtesy of Olivia Rodrigo Instagram
Life Goes On
Coldplay and BTS
All Too Well (Taylor's Version)
Permission To Dance
Leave The Door Open
Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic
Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Caesar and Giveon
Good 4 U
The Kid Laroi with Justin Bieber
Easy On Me
Blue Hour (Japanese Version)
Here's Your Perfect
Save Your Tears
Build A Bitch
This week's MYX News Hot List, new episodes weekly at www.myx.global/myxnews.
1. MYX Entertainment: Inigo Set For "Monarch" Debut - Music Sensation Inigo Pascual is now making his mark in television in Fox's "Monarch".
2. MYX Music: New Hits - No Rome is gracing us with his debut album "It's All Smiles"; Clinton Kane also dropped his brand new song "Go To Hell" along with the music video; Troy Laureta is keeping it classic with his OPM Collective Album 2; Nadine is out with new visuals for "Wait For Me" shot in Siargao.
3. MYX Community: Bretman and Bella Celebrate Christmas - Influencer and Performers spread some holiday cheer in the annual Hi-Fi Toy Drive. Handing out the toys are none other than Bella Poarch and Bretman Rock!
4. MYX Entertainment: Beatrice Places Top 5 in Miss U - Miss Universe Philippines Beatrice Luigi Gomez finished in the top 5 of this past weekend's 70th Miss Universe Pageant.
5. MYX Entertainment: Filipino Flash Scores Big KO Win - The Filipino Flash Nonito Donaire Jr. added to his Hall of Fame career with a fourth-round knockout win against fellow pinoy Reymart Gaballo.
6. MYX Music: Guap, MB Nel, Pressa Roll Loud! - Hundreds of Hip-hop artists took the stage at Rolling Loud's California show last weekend. Guapdad 4000 took to instagram to post about the experience calling it a great end to the year.
Bella Poarch, the social media sensation who's taking the music industry by storm. She graces the cover of this month's issue of NYLON Manila and shows she's more than just a social media star, but a serious artist ready to show the world what she's got. In the feature, Bella shares her personal story of what they called A Series Of Unfortunate Events, but also how she was able to rise above it all. Here's some highlights from the issue.
Bella treats music and songwriter as her love letter to herself and the art.
If you didn't know, Bella has been singing all her life. She can belt out a Beyonce song or a Tagalog song like Hanggang Ngayon. However, creating her own music has been a different journey than performing other artists' songs. Bella shares how it's a personal journey for her to make music as it's been a way to cope with anxiety She shared, “Music has always been a huge part of my life. It calms me like it when I’m anxious. It helps me a lot and now that I’m making music, it helps me express myself.”
She wants to help bring mental health awareness to people
Bella doesn't shy away from sharing her traumatic past, but she does admit that it's hard for her to open up to people. She wants to send the message that it's okay to ask for help and tell people you need help. Bella also had music to turn to and now wants to share the same message with her audience. She held on to hope and wants her audience to do the same. “...I feel happy that I get to share that to my audience. And sharing music, I feel like it’s the best way to share a message.”
Bella grew and found more of herself when she enlisted for the U.S. Navy
Although her time in the Navy was far from perfect, she painted a picture of her grit and determination by sharing, “The Navy taught me a lot of things. You can be the tiniest person in the room, and you can still carry the biggest... machine guns." Bella does suffer from PTSD from her time in service, but she was able to hang on to her music. After signing up for the division choir, performing as a soprano for boot camp ceremonies, it gave her a sense of peace and happiness. “It was just a whole day of me singing…I was really, really happy.”
Perfection is overrated, Bella aims to be herself
With all the followers, views, and hits, Bella admits there's pressure in getting things "perfect." However, she's now aiming to dismantle the concept of perfection. “When I put out music or when I post a picture, I just want it to be me. If I’m myself, that’s so much better than trying to be perfect, because we can’t please everybody. And what is even perfect, you know? Someone could see you as a different person.”
Her proudest moment so far is still being alive
Bella Poarch shows everyone that although life can throw things your way, it's still possible to overcome it all and thrive. She won't be going down without kicking, screaming or in this case singing, and making sure she tried her hardest. Now, coming out of it on the other side, she looks to also encourage others to do the same. “It makes me feel happy that I have young audiences and they can look up to me. I want to be a good example, and yeah, that’s why I open up a lot when it comes to mental health and that kind of stuff. And that’s why I put out important messages through my music."
Catch the whole feature on nylonmanila.com where Bella talks about loads more like what's next for her and she continues to tell her story to help others.
Cover Photo Credit: NYLON Manila