Michael Phelps had the best reaction to Jimmy Fallon’s Ryan Lochte impression at the VMAs

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During this year's Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, USA swimmer Ryan Lochte got into hot water after saying that he was robbed at a gas station. It was later revealed Lochte made details up. He and the other swimmers were never robbed. However, they were allegedly held up at gunpoint after damaging property.

Lochte's gold medal winning teammate Michael Phelps never commented on the incident. However, he might as well have tonight.

During the MTV VMAs, "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon ran out onstage dressed up as Ryan Lochte. The hilarious impression shocked the audience, but nobody seemed more shocked than Phelps himself, who was in attendance along with other Olympians like Simone Biles and Aly Raisman.

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As Fallon took the stage, Phelps could be seen mouthing "Oh my god!" before taking out his phone to snap a photo:

You can see Phelps look surprised:

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Then shocked: 

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Then amused enough to snap a photo:

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People loved it, and seemed to agree that he summed up all of our feelings:




It was a perfect and genuine moment of live television.

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Here all of the winners from the MTV Video Music Awards


Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards were filled with a new Kanye West video, Beyoncé slaying, and Britney Spears' comeback.

Beyoncé dominated the award show, breaking the record for most VMA career wins and winning seven of her 11 nominations. With 22 total VMA awards, Beyoncé has now surpassed Madonna who previously held the record with a total of 20 VMAs. 

Here are all of the winners from the 2016 MTV VMAs:

Video of the year 
Adele — “Hello”
Beyoncé — “Formation”
Drake — “Hotline Bling”
Justin Bieber — “Sorry”
Kanye West — “Famous”

Best female video
Adele  “Hello”
Beyoncé — “Hold Up”
Sia  “Cheap Thrills”
Ariana Grande  “Into You”
Rihanna ft. Drake  “Work” (short version)

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Best male video 
Drake  “Hotline Bling”
Bryson Tiller  “Don’t”
Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna — “This Is What You Came For”
Kanye West  “Famous”
The Weeknd  “Can’t Feel My Face”

Best collaboration
Beyoncé ft. Kendrick Lamar  “Freedom”
Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla $ign — “Work From Home”
Ariana Grande ft. Lil Wayne  “Let Me Love You”
Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna  “This Is What You Came For”
Rihanna ft. Drake  “Work” (short version)

Best hip-hop video
Drake — “Hotline Bling”

Desiigner  “Panda”
Bryson Tiller  “Don’t”
Chance The Rapper ft. Saba  “Angels”
2 Chainz  “Watch Out”

Best pop video 
Adele  “Hello”
Beyoncé  “Formation”
Justin Bieber  “Sorry”
Alessia Cara  “Wild Things”
Ariana Grande  “Into You”

britney spears vmaBest rock video
All Time Low  “Missing You”
Coldplay  “Adventure Of A Lifetime”
Fall Out Boy ft. Demi Lovato  “Irresistible”
twenty one pilots  “Heathens”
Panic! At The Disco  “Victorious”

Best electronic video 
Calvin Harris & Disciples  “How Deep Is Your Love”
99 Souls ft. Destiny’s Child & Brandy  “The Girl Is Mine”
Mike Posner  “I Took A Pill In Ibiza”
Afrojack  “SummerThing!”
The Chainsmokers ft. Daya  “Don’t Let Me Down”

Breakthrough long form video
Florence + The Machine  "The Odyssey"
Beyoncé — "Lemonade"
Justin Bieber  "PURPOSE: The Movement"
Chris Brown  "Royalty"
Troye Sivan — "Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy"

Best new artist
Bryson Tiller
Zara Larsson
Lukas Graham

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Best art direction 
Beyoncé — “Hold Up” (Production Designer: Jason Hougaard)
Fergie  “M.I.L.F. $” (Production Designer: Alexander Delgado)
Drake  “Hotline Bling” (Production Designer: Jeremy MacFarlane)
David Bowie — “Blackstar” (Production Designer: Jan Houllevigue)
Adele  “Hello” (Production Designer: Colombe Raby)

Best choreography
Beyoncé — “Formation” (Choreographer: Chris Grant, JaQuel Knight, Dana Foglia)

Missy Elliott ft. Pharrell  “WTF (Where They From)” (Choreographer: Hi-Hat)
Beyoncé  “Sorry” (Choreographer: Chris Grant, JaQuel Knight, Dana Foglia, Anthony Burrell, Beyoncé Knowles Carter)
FKA Twigs  “M3LL155X” (Choreographers: Aaron Sillis, Benjamin Milan, Kenrick Sandy and FKA twigs)
Florence + The Machine  “Delilah” (Choreographer: Holly Blakey)

Best direction 
Beyoncé — “Formation” (Director: Melina Matsoukas)

Coldplay  “Up&Up” (Director: Vania Heymann, Gal Muggia)
Adele  “Hello” (Director: Xavier Dolan)
David Bowie  “Lazarus” (Director: Johan Renck)
Tame Impala  “The Less I Know The Better” (Director: Canada)

Best cinematography 
Beyoncé — “Formation” (Cinematographer: Malik Sayeed)

Adele  “Hello” (Cinematographer: André Turpin)
David Bowie  “Lazarus” (Cinematographer: Crille Forsberg)
Alesso  “I Wanna Know” (Cinematographer: Corey Jennings)
Ariana Grande  “Into You” (Cinematographer: Paul Laufer)

Best editing 
Beyoncé — “Formation” (Editor: Jeff Selis)

Adele  “Hello” (Editor: Xavier Dolan)
Fergie  “M.I.L.F. $” (Editor: Vinnie Hobbs)
David Bowie  “Lazarus” (Editor: Johan Söderberg)
Ariana Grande  “Into You” (Editor: Hannah Lux Davis)

Best visual effects 
Coldplay — “Up&Up” (VFX Editor: Vania Heymann)

FKA Twigs  “M3LL155X” (VFX Editors: Lewis Saunders and Electric Theatre Collective)
Adele  “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” (VFX Editor: Jonathan Box, MPC)
The Weeknd  “Can’t Feel My Face” (VFX Editor: Bryan Smaller)
Zayn  “PILLOWTALK” (VFX Editor: David Smith)

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Song of the summer
The Chainsmokers (featuring Halsey) — "Closer"
Drake (featuring Kyla and Wizkid) — "One Dance"
Fifth Harmony (featuring Fetty Wap) — "All in My Head (Flex)"
Selena Gomez — "Kill Em with Kindness"
Calvin Harris (featuring Rihanna) — "This Is What You Came For"
Nick Jonas (featuring Ty Dolla Sign) — "Bacon"
Kent Jones — "Don't Mind"
Major Lazer (featuring Justin Bieber and ) — "Cold Water"
Sia — "Cheap Thrills"
Justin Timberlake — "Can't Stop the Feeling!"

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HBO’s ‘The Night Of’ just ended in a hugely unexpected way

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Warning: This post contains spoilers for "The Night Of."

This was a fittingly unpredictable ending for an unpredictable drama.

The HBO miniseries "The Night Of" wrapped up Nazir "Naz" Khan's trial and tried to answer the question of whether or not he murdered Andrea Cornish.

However, those looking for a clean answer did not get what they were hoping to see.

Naz's lawyer Chandra is removed after footage is found of her kissing Naz, meaning his second chair attorney Stone must give the closing argument. After a bumpy trial, the case ends with a hung jury. Instead of gearing up for a retrial, district attorney Helen Weiss decides she would not like to prosecute Naz any further. Much to Stone and Chandra's surprise and delight, Naz is set free. 

This might have come as a shock to anyone who thought that the burden of evidence was against Naz. Remember he was found with a bloody knife in his pocket and left DNA evidence all over the scene of the crime. However, it likely helped him that Sgt. Box, on the eve of his retirement from the force, found another possible suspect, adding doubt in both his and Weiss's minds to Naz's role in the murder.

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So Naz got off, but he wasn't officially declared innocent. After the last few weeks in which prison was turning Naz into a hardened criminal leading up to a grisly murder in which he was a bystander, it seemed like the finale was headed towards a tragic conclusion.

Instead, the ending was actually somewhat low key.

Naz, now harboring a serious drug addiction, sits in the same spot where he and Andrea first bonded by the George Washington Bridge. Stone, meanwhile, gets a late night prison call from an unspecified new client. Shockingly, it seems like everybody has already moved on.

"No one's even thinking about you anymore," Stone tells Naz about the status of the trial. 

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And on that note, the show left us with more loose ends than answers. We don't know who Stone spoke to on the phone. Naz left his prison mentor Freddy without so much as a goodbye. Andrea's killer has yet to be convicted. This seems less like bad writing and more like an intentional ambiguity. 

One thing that isn't as surprising is that this was always a show that was more about the characters than the verdict. A broken justice system will move on whether or not Naz spends the rest of his life in prison. And in the end, Naz is haunted by the memories of Andrea, and not even sure if his family thinks he is innocent. No matter what judgment was handed down that day, Naz's life is changed forever. It's a haunting and unsettling way to end the most compelling crime drama of the year.

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HBO just released a new trailer for its eerie new Sci-Fi Wild West show ‘Westworld’


HBO dropped a new trailer for "Westworld," its upcoming Sci-Fi/Western series, on Sunday night. 

The new trailer is a little more explicit than the first one, and helps lay out the world of Westworld. It's not a theme park — it's an entire simulated, Wild West reality, where artificial beings give guests an authentic experience. Everything is supposed to be perfectly designed and planned down to the last detail, but there's a deadly glitch in the system. 

INSIDER already broke down the basics of "Westworld" here, but check out what's going on in the latest trailer below, and tune in this October when the series premieres. 

We see Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) and Teddy Flood (James Marsden) engaging in some normal Old West flirting... but all is not as it seems.

A guest of Westworld asks Dolores if she's real.

She's not. She's a robotic host.

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Britney Spears performs on the VMAs for the first time in nearly a decade

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Britney Spears took the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards stage on Sunday for the first time since 2007 to perform her single "Make Me..." from her new album, "Glory," which came out last Friday.

Spears, who was accompanied by G-Eazy, wore a yellow metallic bodysuit and moved around the stage with some incredible dance moves.

It's hard to compare it to her iconic VMA performances in the early part of her career, but it was better than her 2007 performance, notorious blunder, during which she looked to be sleepwalking on stage. 

Watch the "Make Me..." performance below.


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