The Hills reboot announced at MTV VMAs

The Hills reboot announced at MTV VMAs

The Hills originally centered on Lauren Conrad, but she told Access Hollywood back in 2013 that she was "not looking to go back" and said the show 'made me uncomfortable'.

"Don't be coming for Fifth Harmony", she told Tiffany. The camera panned to her mom and her daughter in the audience and when she performed "Jenny From the Block", it was clear that everyone was losing their minds. Lo fans were no doubt delighted when Ja Rule made a surprise guest appearance to perform alongside Lopez for their iconic song, "I'm Real" and "Ain't it amusing". It was in keeping with her previous speech - and though there's no reason to be humble when you take the top prize, it's refreshing to know that you still can be.

It was the night's most shocking moment, and MTV seemed to send a message: You're punished for not showing up and rewarded for attending. She even reunited with Ja Rule for that aforementioned collaboration.

"It's been an incredible journey of dreaming my wildest dreams and then watching them come true", said Lopez. "She led me where I am today.I want to thank you Aretha for empowering all of us".

"And Alex. You're like my twin soul".

But that wasn't her only trophy of the night. We're like mirror images of each other.

"The pop icon rambled and rambled about the early struggles in her career, finally informing the crowd that she sang Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" at an audition that became a breakthrough for her. "Every day the sky is not the limit, the universe is infinite, and so is what we can accomplish together with love and trust and understanding", she expressed.

Following a standing ovation from her peers including Cardi B and Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes presented the Video Vanguard to J.Lo, who becomes the first Latin artist to receive the award.

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