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Glee Cast - MTV VMAs 2010 Presenters!

Glee Cast - MTV VMAs 2010 Presenters!

Glee cast members Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Amber Riley, and Chris Colfer present the award for Best Pop Video at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Sunday (September 12) in Los Angeles.

The award went to Lady Gaga who took a while to get to the stage because she didn’t realize how heavy her dress would be!

The 24-year-old singer alluded to her new album title in her acceptance speech, thanking MTV for not making her change her video. “I refused,” she said, “because we were BORN THIS WAY, BABY!”

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Posted to: 2010 MTV VMAs, Amber Riley, Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith, Glee, Jane Lynch, Lady Gaga

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11 Responses to “Glee Cast - MTV VMAs 2010 Presenters!”

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    Hannah Says:

    I don’t mean to be rude, but I’m so curious. Does anyone else think Chris Colfer had his testicles removed? In some cultures it used to be a social norm and his high pitched voice makes me think he has. Biologically his voice should not be that high.

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    ms bar jolie gaga Says:

    Sick of Glee. Also, why do they not cast a thin, hot black actress? Why must they ALWAYS make the black girl fat like Precious? Stupid casting and stupid show.

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    Shan Says:

    The cast of Glee had more talent than 90% of the “artists” there at the VMA’s. At least the cast can actually sing

  4. 4
    Aylin Says:

    @Shan: I totally agree with you.

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    Babs Says:

    Cory Monteith is looking hot as usual!

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    Jade Says:

    Adore Glee but Amber should not have worn that dress…

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    Guilherme Says:

    @ms bar jolie gaga Not everyone in high school looks like a supermodel or porn atress, the tv show talks about regular teenagers, no one from the cast is really attractive, except the cheerios that usually are hot, and even though, there is one with down’s syndrome, so they don’t always put a fat black like precious, most shows have a beautiful, hot, powerful black girl. But Glee portraits the discrimatd people, the wheelchair boy, the fat girl, the gay boy, and so it goes…And Naya Rivera is a very hot brunette and is on the show.

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    Samantha Says:

    they didnt cast amber riley because she’s overweight they cast her because she has talent, a lot of it actually. it just so happens that she is overweight. and then they used that fact in the script because yea, sizeism is an issue in every school@ms bar jolie gaga:

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    Mr. Pibb Says:

    Lady Gaga in a meat dress, sounds tasty. I’ll have the Gaga flank steak, med. rare.

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    MedsPromo Says:

    Very helpfull, thank You!
    Best regards

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    MaryTodd Says:

    Why do the producers and casting directors of the hit show ‘Glee’ insist on ALWAYS presenting Black women and girls as FAT, LOUD, OBNOXIOUS, UNATTRACTIVE, IGNORANT, GHETTO, etc.?

    On tonight’s episode (‘The Substitute’), for instance, they presented “beautiful, petite, blonde” Gwyneth Paltrow getting beaten-up (in an unprovoked attack) by a FAT, UGLY, LOUD Black girl (who, of course, “had an attitude” about nothing).

    There was NO REASON for them to present this crude image of Black teen-girls (other than to reinforce the stereotype of the ugly, violent, loud Black).

    The producers, writers and casting directors of this episode should be ashamed of themselves and the Black actress who took on this moronic role should hold her head down in shame.

    This presentation of the Black teen girls was both offensive and pathetic in my opinion (and I AM NOT EVEN a BLACK person).

    [NOTE:
    This criticism does NOT include plus-sized actress, Amber Riley (a regular cast-member of the show) -- who has managed to present herself as both an attractive and a dignified character on the episodes I have seen ... unlike all of those other Black actresses who have appeared on the show in 'guest' roles.]

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