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Awards shows were once the epitome of all things Hollywood. Glamorous ball gowns and men in fresh suits, the best new singer or actor celebrated, the greats all in attendance. But how the mighty have fallen.

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Editor’s Note: Reggaeton rapper gave a special remote MTV Video Music Awards performance of “Tití Me Preguntó” at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx on Sunday - moments after winning artist of the year at the 2022 VMAs.

If you weren’t watching the 2022 Video Music Awards last Sunday, I gotta ask what the hell were you doing?

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This weekend is WWE and professional wrestling's biggest event, Wrestlemania.

For the second year in a row, World Wrestling Entertainment's self-proclaimed "Showcase of the Immortals" will span over two nights. Both Saturday, April 10th, and Sunday, April 11th will mark the first time since March 2020 that fans can attend a WWE event in person. This year's Wrestlemania is also the inaugural post-WWE Network pay-per-view, streaming exclusively on the company's new streaming hub, Peacock.

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Given the world's state of affairs, few moments surprise us these days. But waking up and seeing WWE Superstar Randy Orton and Soulja Boy trading insults on Twitter still managed to be the last thing anyone expected.

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Last night, Latin superstar Bad Bunny won WWE's 24/7 Title.

The world-renowned reggaeton artist won the title with help from WWE's latest main roster call-up from NXT, Damian Priest, on Monday Night Raw.

Unfortunately, Bad Bunny has a target on his back now that he's champion. Being a 24/7 titleholder stipulates that the championship can be won any time, any place, by anyone. If he isn't careful, Bad Bunny could lose his title during his performance as this week's musical guest on Saturday Night Live.

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Recently, rapper/actor Shad Moss, AKA Bow Wow, sent out a tweet about his ambitions to become a WWE superstar after his final album.

Bow Wow, 33, sent Twitter into a frenzy with tweets to WWE legend, Rey Mysterio, about forming a tag-team. The Like Mike star even engaged in smack talk with superstars from WWE's main roster and NXT.

Hip-Hop and professional wrestling have a storied history. Both billion-dollar industries have crossed paths on several occasions in attempts to create moments that fans of either will love.

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