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SAN DIEGO — After a three-game simulation of October baseball opposite a fellow World Series contender at Dodger Stadium over the weekend, the Dodgers returned to late August’s doldrums Monday at Petco Park to face an inferior divisional opponent playing out the string. They were back to punching down, not that it was their choice, and holding another round of auditions for when October actually arrives and the games matter.

The setting was different, the vibe was too. The result was not. The Dodgers, stuck in their deepest offensive slump this season, could not overcome a forgettable sixth inning en route to a 4-3 loss to the San Diego Padres. They have scored 13 runs over their last six games and have gone 3-3 during the span. All three wins have come by one run — two via walk-off hits.

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“This is baseball,” Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner said. “I mean, if you guys expect us to score 10, 12 runs every single night, you guys are out of your minds. So just got to keep working. Keep trying to put together ABs, and stuff like this happens throughout the course of a season to every single team, no matter how good or bad they are.”

Monday’s troubles were stoked by the Dodgers’ disagreements with home-plate umpire Rob Drake’s strike zone. Batters were irked by Drake consistently calling borderline low pitches strikes. The frustration peaked with the game’s final pitch — a 94-mph fastball from Padres closer Kirby Yates. Turner thought it was too low but Drake called Strike 3. A confounded Turner burst with anger. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts soon followed.

Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner argues with home plate umpire Rob Drake after striking out to end Monday’s game against the Padres.
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner argues with home plate umpire Rob Drake after striking out to end Monday’s game against the Padres.(Associated Press)

“I asked him, ‘You call that a strike?’” Turner said. “He told me it was right down the middle, which was pretty upsetting. If he thinks that’s down the middle …. no matter, he was missing a lot of pitches throughout the night.

“And then he walks into me and told me not to bump him, which also upsets me. I’m not trying to bump him or touch him in any way, but when you walk into me, and then cry foul like I hit you or something, is brutal.”

Monday began with Dustin May’s latest audition. For five innings, the hard-throwing prospect looked the part, dominating the Padres’ lineup behind a wicked, tailing, two-seam fastball. Then he hit a familiar wall. Like in his first four major league starts, May stumbled into trouble in the sixth and didn’t escape.

May’s undoing began with a leadoff double by pinch-hitter Austin Allen. Greg Garcia singled and Josh Naylor snuck a single through the infield to score Allen. Center fielder A.J. Pollock fielded the ball and fired to third base as Garcia rounded second. Garcia held up, but the ball sailed over the cutoff man’s head and bounced through third baseman Turner’s legs. May wasn’t backing Turner up, so the ball bounced into the Dodgers’ dugout.

Garcia was awarded two bases to tie the score as Naylor advanced to third. Moments later, he scored on Manny Machado’s groundout to put San Diego ahead. That spelled the end of May’s night after 5 1/3 innings. Two of the four runs he gave up were earned. He struck out two and walked one.

“The takeaway is Dustin threw the ball pretty well,” Roberts said.

The Dodgers (86-46) took the short bus ride to San Diego late Sunday after losing two of three to the New York Yankees in a series that carried more wattage than just about any. It also served as a reminder that beyond the weak National League are other loaded clubs capable of trouncing them.

Roberts said his biggest takeaway from the weekend was his team’s unusually poor at-bat quality. He credited the Yankees’ pitching staff for holding Los Angeles to five runs in three games, but also pointed to his batters’ approach.

“When you’re talking about having a plan and staying in the strike zone, that’s on the hitter,” he said.

The Dodgers weren’t much better Monday against Eric Lauer, who entered the game with a 1.72 ERA in six starts against them. The left-hander surrendered three runs and six hits and struck out eight before left-hander Matt Strahm and Yates combined for three scoreless innings.

The Dodgers, however, scored first after the hosts took a jab. The Padres (61-69) post a “fun fact” about every opposing hitter on one of the two videoboards at Petco Park. Their choice for Turner, the Dodgers’ red-haired-and-bearded third baseman, during his first plate appearance was a troll job bordering on personal.

“Has been considered a look-alike to the Philadelphia Flyers’ mascot ‘Gritty’,” it read. Turner then cracked the third pitch of the at-bat over the left-field wall for his 24th home run to give Los Angeles a 1-0 lead.

Turner struck again in the fifth when he smacked a groundball down the third-base line. The ball caromed away from left fielder Wil Myers, allowing Max Muncy to score from first base and Turner to scamper into second with a double.

In the sixth, Enrique Hernandez clubbed a solo home run off Lauer to the second deck beyond the left-field wall to give Los Angeles a two-run lead. That soon vanished in a flash and a frustrated group didn’t recover.

Padres vs Dodgers

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SAN DIEGO — After a three-game simulation of October baseball opposite a fellow World Series contender at Dodger Stadium over the weekend, the Dodgers returned to late August’s doldrums Monday at Petco Park to face an inferior divisional opponent playing out the string. They were back to punching down, not that it was their choice, and holding another round of auditions for when October actually arrives and the games matter.

The setting was different, the vibe was too. The result was not. The Dodgers, stuck in their deepest offensive slump this season, could not overcome a forgettable sixth inning en route to a 4-3 loss to the San Diego Padres. They have scored 13 runs over their last six games and have gone 3-3 during the span. All three wins have come by one run — two via walk-off hits.

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“This is baseball,” Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner said. “I mean, if you guys expect us to score 10, 12 runs every single night, you guys are out of your minds. So just got to keep working. Keep trying to put together ABs, and stuff like this happens throughout the course of a season to every single team, no matter how good or bad they are.”

Monday’s troubles were stoked by the Dodgers’ disagreements with home-plate umpire Rob Drake’s strike zone. Batters were irked by Drake consistently calling borderline low pitches strikes. The frustration peaked with the game’s final pitch — a 94-mph fastball from Padres closer Kirby Yates. Turner thought it was too low but Drake called Strike 3. A confounded Turner burst with anger. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts soon followed.

Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner argues with home plate umpire Rob Drake after striking out to end Monday’s game against the Padres.
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner argues with home plate umpire Rob Drake after striking out to end Monday’s game against the Padres.(Associated Press)

“I asked him, ‘You call that a strike?’” Turner said. “He told me it was right down the middle, which was pretty upsetting. If he thinks that’s down the middle …. no matter, he was missing a lot of pitches throughout the night.

“And then he walks into me and told me not to bump him, which also upsets me. I’m not trying to bump him or touch him in any way, but when you walk into me, and then cry foul like I hit you or something, is brutal.”

Monday began with Dustin May’s latest audition. For five innings, the hard-throwing prospect looked the part, dominating the Padres’ lineup behind a wicked, tailing, two-seam fastball. Then he hit a familiar wall. Like in his first four major league starts, May stumbled into trouble in the sixth and didn’t escape.

May’s undoing began with a leadoff double by pinch-hitter Austin Allen. Greg Garcia singled and Josh Naylor snuck a single through the infield to score Allen. Center fielder A.J. Pollock fielded the ball and fired to third base as Garcia rounded second. Garcia held up, but the ball sailed over the cutoff man’s head and bounced through third baseman Turner’s legs. May wasn’t backing Turner up, so the ball bounced into the Dodgers’ dugout.

Garcia was awarded two bases to tie the score as Naylor advanced to third. Moments later, he scored on Manny Machado’s groundout to put San Diego ahead. That spelled the end of May’s night after 5 1/3 innings. Two of the four runs he gave up were earned. He struck out two and walked one.

“The takeaway is Dustin threw the ball pretty well,” Roberts said.

The Dodgers (86-46) took the short bus ride to San Diego late Sunday after losing two of three to the New York Yankees in a series that carried more wattage than just about any. It also served as a reminder that beyond the weak National League are other loaded clubs capable of trouncing them.

Roberts said his biggest takeaway from the weekend was his team’s unusually poor at-bat quality. He credited the Yankees’ pitching staff for holding Los Angeles to five runs in three games, but also pointed to his batters’ approach.

“When you’re talking about having a plan and staying in the strike zone, that’s on the hitter,” he said.

The Dodgers weren’t much better Monday against Eric Lauer, who entered the game with a 1.72 ERA in six starts against them. The left-hander surrendered three runs and six hits and struck out eight before left-hander Matt Strahm and Yates combined for three scoreless innings.

The Dodgers, however, scored first after the hosts took a jab. The Padres (61-69) post a “fun fact” about every opposing hitter on one of the two videoboards at Petco Park. Their choice for Turner, the Dodgers’ red-haired-and-bearded third baseman, during his first plate appearance was a troll job bordering on personal.

“Has been considered a look-alike to the Philadelphia Flyers’ mascot ‘Gritty’,” it read. Turner then cracked the third pitch of the at-bat over the left-field wall for his 24th home run to give Los Angeles a 1-0 lead.

Turner struck again in the fifth when he smacked a groundball down the third-base line. The ball caromed away from left fielder Wil Myers, allowing Max Muncy to score from first base and Turner to scamper into second with a double.

In the sixth, Enrique Hernandez clubbed a solo home run off Lauer to the second deck beyond the left-field wall to give Los Angeles a two-run lead. That soon vanished in a flash and a frustrated group didn’t recover.

Dodgers vs Padres

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SAN DIEGO — After a three-game simulation of October baseball opposite a fellow World Series contender at Dodger Stadium over the weekend, the Dodgers returned to late August’s doldrums Monday at Petco Park to face an inferior divisional opponent playing out the string. They were back to punching down, not that it was their choice, and holding another round of auditions for when October actually arrives and the games matter.

The setting was different, the vibe was too. The result was not. The Dodgers, stuck in their deepest offensive slump this season, could not overcome a forgettable sixth inning en route to a 4-3 loss to the San Diego Padres. They have scored 13 runs over their last six games and have gone 3-3 during the span. All three wins have come by one run — two via walk-off hits.

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“This is baseball,” Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner said. “I mean, if you guys expect us to score 10, 12 runs every single night, you guys are out of your minds. So just got to keep working. Keep trying to put together ABs, and stuff like this happens throughout the course of a season to every single team, no matter how good or bad they are.”

Monday’s troubles were stoked by the Dodgers’ disagreements with home-plate umpire Rob Drake’s strike zone. Batters were irked by Drake consistently calling borderline low pitches strikes. The frustration peaked with the game’s final pitch — a 94-mph fastball from Padres closer Kirby Yates. Turner thought it was too low but Drake called Strike 3. A confounded Turner burst with anger. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts soon followed.

Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner argues with home plate umpire Rob Drake after striking out to end Monday’s game against the Padres.
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner argues with home plate umpire Rob Drake after striking out to end Monday’s game against the Padres.(Associated Press)

“I asked him, ‘You call that a strike?’” Turner said. “He told me it was right down the middle, which was pretty upsetting. If he thinks that’s down the middle …. no matter, he was missing a lot of pitches throughout the night.

“And then he walks into me and told me not to bump him, which also upsets me. I’m not trying to bump him or touch him in any way, but when you walk into me, and then cry foul like I hit you or something, is brutal.”

Monday began with Dustin May’s latest audition. For five innings, the hard-throwing prospect looked the part, dominating the Padres’ lineup behind a wicked, tailing, two-seam fastball. Then he hit a familiar wall. Like in his first four major league starts, May stumbled into trouble in the sixth and didn’t escape.

May’s undoing began with a leadoff double by pinch-hitter Austin Allen. Greg Garcia singled and Josh Naylor snuck a single through the infield to score Allen. Center fielder A.J. Pollock fielded the ball and fired to third base as Garcia rounded second. Garcia held up, but the ball sailed over the cutoff man’s head and bounced through third baseman Turner’s legs. May wasn’t backing Turner up, so the ball bounced into the Dodgers’ dugout.

Garcia was awarded two bases to tie the score as Naylor advanced to third. Moments later, he scored on Manny Machado’s groundout to put San Diego ahead. That spelled the end of May’s night after 5 1/3 innings. Two of the four runs he gave up were earned. He struck out two and walked one.

“The takeaway is Dustin threw the ball pretty well,” Roberts said.

The Dodgers (86-46) took the short bus ride to San Diego late Sunday after losing two of three to the New York Yankees in a series that carried more wattage than just about any. It also served as a reminder that beyond the weak National League are other loaded clubs capable of trouncing them.

Roberts said his biggest takeaway from the weekend was his team’s unusually poor at-bat quality. He credited the Yankees’ pitching staff for holding Los Angeles to five runs in three games, but also pointed to his batters’ approach.

“When you’re talking about having a plan and staying in the strike zone, that’s on the hitter,” he said.

The Dodgers weren’t much better Monday against Eric Lauer, who entered the game with a 1.72 ERA in six starts against them. The left-hander surrendered three runs and six hits and struck out eight before left-hander Matt Strahm and Yates combined for three scoreless innings.

The Dodgers, however, scored first after the hosts took a jab. The Padres (61-69) post a “fun fact” about every opposing hitter on one of the two videoboards at Petco Park. Their choice for Turner, the Dodgers’ red-haired-and-bearded third baseman, during his first plate appearance was a troll job bordering on personal.

“Has been considered a look-alike to the Philadelphia Flyers’ mascot ‘Gritty’,” it read. Turner then cracked the third pitch of the at-bat over the left-field wall for his 24th home run to give Los Angeles a 1-0 lead.

Turner struck again in the fifth when he smacked a groundball down the third-base line. The ball caromed away from left fielder Wil Myers, allowing Max Muncy to score from first base and Turner to scamper into second with a double.

In the sixth, Enrique Hernandez clubbed a solo home run off Lauer to the second deck beyond the left-field wall to give Los Angeles a two-run lead. That soon vanished in a flash and a frustrated group didn’t recover.

US Open 2019

US Open 2019: Replay TV Schedule, Live Stream for Tuesday’s Draw
JAKE RILL Novak Djokovic, of Serbia, returns a shot to Roberto Carballes Baena, of Spain, during the first round of the US Open tennis tournament Monday, Aug. 26, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) Sometimes, monumental upsets can happen in sports. But that wasn’t the case on the first day of the 2019 U.S. Open.

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As expected, many of the top players started this year’s tournament with wins on the opening day, including world No. 1 men’s singles player Novak Djokovic, who defeated Roberto Carballes Baena 6-4, 6-1, 6-4. The Serb was the highest-seeded player who opened play on Monday.

It wasn’t smooth sailing for everybody, though. No. 3 men’s seed Roger Federer lost his first set to Sumit Nagal, but he responded to secure a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 victory.

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On the women’s side, Serena Williams, the No. 8 seed, opened the tournament with a win over Maria Sharapova, who has previously been ranked as high as No. 1 in the world. However, Williams continued her dominance over the Russian by winning in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1.

No. 2 seed Ashleigh Barty was the highest-ranked women’s player who opened play Monday, and she bounced back from a first-set loss to Zarina Diyas to win 1-6, 6-3, 6-2.

Moving on from Monday’s action, here’s everything you need to know heading into Tuesday’s slate of first-round matchups.

Rafael Nadal may be best on clay courts, where he’s won 12 of his 18 major titles, but he typically contends for the title at the other Grand Slam events, too. He is a three-time U.S. Open champion, last winning the tournament in 2017.

That was the last time the Spaniard won a non-French Open major, so he’ll be looking to end a short drought at non-clay Grand Slam events at this year’s U.S. Open.

Nadal begins play Tuesday when he takes on John Millman, who reached the quarterfinals at the tournament last year after a stunning upset victory over Federer.

Nadal has actually played better on hard courts this year, winning 17 of his 19 matches on the surface. And according to Francis Roig, one of his coaches, there are reasons for that.

“Rafa is feeling more complete now on the faster hard courts,” the coach said, according to ATPTour.com. “He has much more confidence in his serve and has managed to boost the speed of both his first and second serves. This affords him many ‘easy’ points. He’s also improved his all-court game and feels more sure of himself when approaching the net and volleying.”

While Djokovic, Nadal and Federer, the top three seeds at the U.S. Open, have dominated Grand Slam play in the men’s game in recent years—the trio have combined to win 11 straight majors over a three-year span—No. 4 seed Dominic Thiem is a contender to end that run.

The Austrian plays his first-round matchup on Tuesday when he takes on Thomas Fabbiano.

On the women’s side, No. 1 seed Naomi Osaka will be in action as she opens tournament play with a first-round tie against Anna Blinkova.

Last year, the 21-year-old won her first Grand Slam title with a victory at the U.S. Open and then started the 2019 major season on a strong note with a win at the Australian Open. However, she didn’t make it past the third round in each of the last two major tournaments, the French Open and Wimbledon.

Osaka defeated Serena Williams in last year’s U.S. Open final. Now, she’ll be looking to again prevent the American from winning her record-tying 24th career Grand Slam title.

US Open Tennis

US Open Tennis 2019: Replay TV Schedule, Live Stream for Tuesday’s Draw
JAKE RILL Novak Djokovic, of Serbia, returns a shot to Roberto Carballes Baena, of Spain, during the first round of the US Open tennis tournament Monday, Aug. 26, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) Sometimes, monumental upsets can happen in sports. But that wasn’t the case on the first day of the 2019 U.S. Open.

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As expected, many of the top players started this year’s tournament with wins on the opening day, including world No. 1 men’s singles player Novak Djokovic, who defeated Roberto Carballes Baena 6-4, 6-1, 6-4. The Serb was the highest-seeded player who opened play on Monday.

It wasn’t smooth sailing for everybody, though. No. 3 men’s seed Roger Federer lost his first set to Sumit Nagal, but he responded to secure a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 victory.

On the women’s side, Serena Williams, the No. 8 seed, opened the tournament with a win over Maria Sharapova, who has previously been ranked as high as No. 1 in the world. However, Williams continued her dominance over the Russian by winning in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1.

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No. 2 seed Ashleigh Barty was the highest-ranked women’s player who opened play Monday, and she bounced back from a first-set loss to Zarina Diyas to win 1-6, 6-3, 6-2.

Moving on from Monday’s action, here’s everything you need to know heading into Tuesday’s slate of first-round matchups.

Rafael Nadal may be best on clay courts, where he’s won 12 of his 18 major titles, but he typically contends for the title at the other Grand Slam events, too. He is a three-time U.S. Open champion, last winning the tournament in 2017.

That was the last time the Spaniard won a non-French Open major, so he’ll be looking to end a short drought at non-clay Grand Slam events at this year’s U.S. Open.

Nadal begins play Tuesday when he takes on John Millman, who reached the quarterfinals at the tournament last year after a stunning upset victory over Federer.

Nadal has actually played better on hard courts this year, winning 17 of his 19 matches on the surface. And according to Francis Roig, one of his coaches, there are reasons for that.

“Rafa is feeling more complete now on the faster hard courts,” the coach said, according to ATPTour.com. “He has much more confidence in his serve and has managed to boost the speed of both his first and second serves. This affords him many ‘easy’ points. He’s also improved his all-court game and feels more sure of himself when approaching the net and volleying.”

While Djokovic, Nadal and Federer, the top three seeds at the U.S. Open, have dominated Grand Slam play in the men’s game in recent years—the trio have combined to win 11 straight majors over a three-year span—No. 4 seed Dominic Thiem is a contender to end that run.

The Austrian plays his first-round matchup on Tuesday when he takes on Thomas Fabbiano.

On the women’s side, No. 1 seed Naomi Osaka will be in action as she opens tournament play with a first-round tie against Anna Blinkova.

Last year, the 21-year-old won her first Grand Slam title with a victory at the U.S. Open and then started the 2019 major season on a strong note with a win at the Australian Open. However, she didn’t make it past the third round in each of the last two major tournaments, the French Open and Wimbledon.

Osaka defeated Serena Williams in last year’s U.S. Open final. Now, she’ll be looking to again prevent the American from winning her record-tying 24th career Grand Slam title.

MTV VMAs Awards 2019

MTV VMAs Awards 2019: The MTV Video Music Awards take place Monday night. The show will feature performances by major music stars, including Queen Latifah, Lizzo and Lil Nas X. Missy Elliott, who also performs, will receive the highest award in the Video Vanguard Award. VMA will also celebrate the debut of comedian Sebastian Maniscalco as the … Continue reading “VMAs 2019

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VMAs 2019

VMAs 2019: How to Watch ET Live on the Red Carpet, Who Is Nominated, Who Is Performing and More The annual Video Music Awards are tonight and ET’s breaking down everything you need to know ahead of the epic event.

It’s time for the VMAs, aka the MTV Video Music Awards, and you know what that means: pop stars doing the crazy! From Kanye West invading the stage to Miley Cyrus twerking, this show is always entertaining. Tonight there’s some big names up for VMAs: Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift lead the field with 10 nominations apiece, Billie Eilish earned 9 nominations, and Lil Nas X picked up 8 nominations including Video and Song of the Year for Old Town Road (Remix) featuring Billy Ray Cyrus.

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If Ariana Grande wins a VMA, she could really keep MTV’s awards show moving along with a simple, three-word acceptance speech. “Thank you, next.” Meanwhile Cardi B, BTS, Drake, Lady Gaga, Halsey, Anderson .Paak, Travis Scott, Solange and Kanye West are among the other nominated artists.

Here’s what you need to know to see, and participate in, all of the awards.
When are the VMAs?

The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards will air live tonight (Monday, Aug. 26) at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT, from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Can I still vote?

Yes! You can vote for your favorite artists across various categories here, up to 10 times per category. Vote early and vote often!
Who is scheduled to perform?

MTV VMAs Live

MTV VMAs Live: The MTV Video Music Awards take place Monday night. The show will feature performances by major music stars, including Queen Latifah, Lizzo and Lil Nas X. Missy Elliott, who also performs, will receive the highest award in the Video Vanguard Award. VMA will also celebrate the debut of comedian Sebastian Maniscalco as the … Continue reading “VMAs 2019

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MTV VMAs Live

VMAs 2019: How to Watch ET Live on the Red Carpet, Who Is Nominated, Who Is Performing and More The annual Video Music Awards are tonight and ET’s breaking down everything you need to know ahead of the epic event.

It’s time for the VMAs, aka the MTV Video Music Awards, and you know what that means: pop stars doing the crazy! From Kanye West invading the stage to Miley Cyrus twerking, this show is always entertaining. Tonight there’s some big names up for VMAs: Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift lead the field with 10 nominations apiece, Billie Eilish earned 9 nominations, and Lil Nas X picked up 8 nominations including Video and Song of the Year for Old Town Road (Remix) featuring Billy Ray Cyrus.

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If Ariana Grande wins a VMA, she could really keep MTV’s awards show moving along with a simple, three-word acceptance speech. “Thank you, next.” Meanwhile Cardi B, BTS, Drake, Lady Gaga, Halsey, Anderson .Paak, Travis Scott, Solange and Kanye West are among the other nominated artists.

Here’s what you need to know to see, and participate in, all of the awards.
When are the VMAs?

The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards will air live tonight (Monday, Aug. 26) at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT, from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Can I still vote?

Yes! You can vote for your favorite artists across various categories here, up to 10 times per category. Vote early and vote often!
Who is scheduled to perform?

MTV VMAs 2019

MTV VMAs 2019: The MTV Video Music Awards take place Monday night. The show will feature performances by major music stars, including Queen Latifah, Lizzo and Lil Nas X. Missy Elliott, who also performs, will receive the highest award in the Video Vanguard Award. VMA will also celebrate the debut of comedian Sebastian Maniscalco as the … Continue reading VMAs 2019

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VMAs 2019

VMAs 2019: How to Watch ET Live on the Red Carpet, Who Is Nominated, Who Is Performing and More The annual Video Music Awards are tonight and ET’s breaking down everything you need to know ahead of the epic event.

It’s time for the VMAs, aka the MTV Video Music Awards, and you know what that means: pop stars doing the crazy! From Kanye West invading the stage to Miley Cyrus twerking, this show is always entertaining. Tonight there’s some big names up for VMAs: Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift lead the field with 10 nominations apiece, Billie Eilish earned 9 nominations, and Lil Nas X picked up 8 nominations including Video and Song of the Year for Old Town Road (Remix) featuring Billy Ray Cyrus.

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If Ariana Grande wins a VMA, she could really keep MTV’s awards show moving along with a simple, three-word acceptance speech. “Thank you, next.” Meanwhile Cardi B, BTS, Drake, Lady Gaga, Halsey, Anderson .Paak, Travis Scott, Solange and Kanye West are among the other nominated artists.

Here’s what you need to know to see, and participate in, all of the awards.
When are the VMAs?

The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards will air live tonight (Monday, Aug. 26) at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT, from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Can I still vote?

Yes! You can vote for your favorite artists across various categories here, up to 10 times per category. Vote early and vote often!
Who is scheduled to perform?

VMAs 2019

VMAs 2019: The MTV Video Music Awards take place Monday night. The show will feature performances by major music stars, including Queen Latifah, Lizzo and Lil Nas X. Missy Elliott, who also performs, will receive the highest award in the Video Vanguard Award. VMA will also celebrate the debut of comedian Sebastian Maniscalco as the … Continue reading “VMAs 2019

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VMAs 2019

VMAs 2019: How to Watch ET Live on the Red Carpet, Who Is Nominated, Who Is Performing and More The annual Video Music Awards are tonight and ET’s breaking down everything you need to know ahead of the epic event.

It’s time for the VMAs, aka the MTV Video Music Awards, and you know what that means: pop stars doing the crazy! From Kanye West invading the stage to Miley Cyrus twerking, this show is always entertaining. Tonight there’s some big names up for VMAs: Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift lead the field with 10 nominations apiece, Billie Eilish earned 9 nominations, and Lil Nas X picked up 8 nominations including Video and Song of the Year for Old Town Road (Remix) featuring Billy Ray Cyrus.

Click Here>>>>>> VMAs 2019 Live Free Signup Tv Show

If Ariana Grande wins a VMA, she could really keep MTV’s awards show moving along with a simple, three-word acceptance speech. “Thank you, next.” Meanwhile Cardi B, BTS, Drake, Lady Gaga, Halsey, Anderson .Paak, Travis Scott, Solange and Kanye West are among the other nominated artists.

Here’s what you need to know to see, and participate in, all of the awards.
When are the VMAs?

The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards will air live tonight (Monday, Aug. 26) at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT, from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.
Can I still vote?

Yes! You can vote for your favorite artists across various categories here, up to 10 times per category. Vote early and vote often!
Who is scheduled to perform?

VMAs 2019

VMAs 2019: How to Watch ET Live on the Red Carpet, Who Is Nominated, Who Is Performing and More The annual Video Music Awards are tonight and ET’s breaking down everything you need to know ahead of the epic event.

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When are the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards? This year’s show is taking place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Monday, Aug. 26 and will air on MTV at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

How do I follow along? ET’s got you covered before, during and after the show. ET Live will be live hours ahead of the ceremony, where Keltie Knight will catch up with some of the biggest stars on the red carpet. Additionally, ET Live will keep you up to date on all the sure-to-be wild fashions up until when the show kicks off.

During the awards ceremony, be sure to follow @etnow on Twitter and @entertainmenttonight on Instagram to keep up with the biggest moments in real time. Immediately following the show, turn it back to ET Live where Cassie DiLaura and Denny Directo will highlight the night’s standout moments, craziest looks and best performances.

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How do I watch the show? The show will air on MTV and can also be livestreamed on MTV.com or the network’s app.

Who’s hosting? Sebastian Maniscalco is set to helm this year’s ceremony. The popular comedian has previously been named the Comedian of the Year by Billboard and had sold-out performances at Radio City Music Hall.

Who’s performing? Jonas Brothers will do a remote performance — their first at the annual show in more than a decade — while Taylor Swift, Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, J Balvin, Lil Nas X, Lizzo, Rosalía, Bad Bunny, A$AP Ferg, Big Sean, H.E.R., Normani and Ozuna will also perform. Additionally, Missy Elliott, this year’s Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award winner, is also set to take the stage. See more performers here.

Who’s nominated? Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande are tied for the most nominations this year, with 10 nods each. Billie Eilish scored the second-most nominations with nine, while Lil Nas X came in third with eight. Additionally, artists will be competing in two new categories this year: Best K Pop and Video for Good.

Who’s presenting? Stars including Bebe Rexha, Billy Ray Cyrus and French Montana are set to present. Hailee Steinfeld, Ice-T, John Travolta, Jonathan Van Ness, Keke Palmer, Lenny Kravitz, Megan Thee Stallion, Rick Ross and Salt-N-Pepa will also present awards. Athletes are set to be represented well too, with Alex Morgan, Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, NJ Devils player P.K. Subban, Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn, and Victor Cruz, a Super Bowl champion, all set to hand out awards.

What else do I need to know? While voting has already closed for most of the categories, fans have up until the time of the broadcast to cast their vote for Best New Artist. This year’s nominees in the highly anticipated category are Ava Max, Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Lil Nas X, Lizzo and ROSALÍA. Additionally, fans can still vote in the Best Group, Best Power Anthem and Song of the Summer categories on Instagram Stories at specific times leading up to the broadcast. Learn all about how and when to vote here.

Fans can also expect lots of wild styles on the red carpet! Here’s a look back at some of our favorite VMAs styles statements: