Karlie Kloss flashes her dazzling engagement ring at VMAs


Gorgeous: Karlie Kloss put her dazzling engagement ring on display when she posed for a selfie with fans at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday

Karlie, who revealed on Instagram that her wavy hairdo was the work of coiffeuse Jennifer Yepez, shot a radant smile at the camera as she posed.

She arrived at Radio City Music Hall sporting a makeup job applied by Mary Wiles, who recently worked on Rachel Broshanan for a Vanity Fair shoot.

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The platinum blonde added a bit of glitz by way of a glittering watch designed by the German jewelry company Wempe Weinstrasse.

Karlie, whose look for the evening was put together by celebrity stylist Karla Welch, carried along a glinting clutch by Judith Leiber.


Fab: The 25-year-old model and coder showed off her statuesque legs on the red carpet, posing in a silver-sequined split Elie Saab gown

The bombshell announced on July 24 that she was engaged to Joshua, who is the brother of President Donald Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner.

Karlie made her engagement known via an Instagram snap of herself and her man cuddling up to one another at sunset, apparently on some sort of boat.

‘I love you more than I have words to express. Josh, you’re my best friend and my soulmate. I can’t wait for forever together. Yes a million times over,’ she captioned.

Cardi B is the top contender with with 10 nominations. She will open Monday’s show, which kicks off at 9 pm ET from Radio City Music Hall in New York.


Only the best: Karlie, who revealed on Instagram that her wavy hairdo was the work of coiffeuse Jennifer Yepez, shot a radiant smile at the camera as she posed

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Karlie Kloss has certainly had an amazing year! from her supermodel career on the best catwalks and most noted ad campaigns to being proposed to by the love of her life Joshua Kushner.

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  • Pedigree: She arrived at Radio City Music Hall sporting a makeup job applied by Mary Wiles, who recently worked on Rachel Broshanan for a Vanity Fair shoot

    But there is an impressive list of presenters to help take the reigns throughout the show including Madonna, Lenny Kravitz, Millie Bobby Brown, Kevin Hart, Liam Payne, Backstreet Boys, Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively, Rita Ora and G-Eazy. 

    Most of the top nominees – including Drake, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Mars and Gambino – won’t attend the VMAs.

    Grande, who released a new album last week, is set to perform. Other performers include Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Shawn Mendes, the Backstreet Boys, Post Malone, Panic! At the Disco, Logic and Ryan Tedder. 

    Jennifer Lopez, who will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for lifetime achievement, will also hit the stage.


    Glamour: The platinum blonde added a bit of glitz by way of a glittering watch designed by the German jewelry company Wempe Weinstrasse

    MTV also plans on honoring Aretha Franklin, who died last week from pancreatic cancer at age 76.

    As for nominees, Beyonce and Jay-Z follow Cardi B with eight bids for Apesh–t, filmed at the Louvre museum in Paris. 

    Gambino’s This Is America, which tackles racism and gun violence, earned him seven nominations, while Drake, who gave away $1 million dollars to Miami residents in his God’s Plan clip, scored seven nods.

    Mars, who has six nominations, is up for artist of the year alongside Cardi B, Drake, Post Malone, Cabello and Grande.


    Helping hands: Karlie, whose look for the evening was put together by celebrity stylist Karla Welch, carried along a glinting clutch by Judith Leiber


    Sadie, Sadie: She announced her engagement to Joshua Kushner late last month

    Taylor Swift was shut out of the major categories but did nab three nominations for technical awards: Her No. 1 hit, Look What You Made Me Do, is up for best art direction, best visual effects and best editing.

    Cardi B’s other nominations include best new artist, best hip-hop video for Bartier Cardi and best Latin video for Dinero with Lopez and DJ Khaled.

    Others nominated for multiple VMAs include SZA, Ed Sheeran, Janelle Monae, Khalid, Alessia Cara and Dua Lipa.

    Avicii, who died in April, is nominated for best dance and best visual effects for Lonely Together, which features Rita Ora.


    Connections: The bombshell announced on July 24 that she was engaged to Joshua, who is the brother of President Donald Trump’s adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner

    2018 MTV VMA WINNERS

    VIDEO OF THE YEAR

    Ariana Grande – ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ – Republic Records

    Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B – ‘Finesse (Remix)’ – Atlantic Records

    Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug – ‘Havana’ – Syco Music/Epic Records – WINNER

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment

    Childish Gambino – ‘This Is America’ – mcDJ / RCA Records

    Drake – ‘God’s Plan’ – YMCMB/Cash Money/Republic Records

     

    ARTIST OF THE YEAR

    Ariana Grande – Republic Records

    Bruno Mars – Atlantic Records

    Camila Cabello – Syco Music/Epic Records – WINNER

    Cardi B – Atlantic Records

    Drake – YMCMB/Cash Money/Republic Records

    Post Malone – Republic Records

     

    SONG OF THE YEAR

    Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B – ‘Finesse (Remix)’ – Atlantic Records

    Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug – ‘Havana’ – Syco Music/Epic Records

    Drake – ‘God’s Plan’ – YMCMB/Cash Money/Republic Records

    Dua Lipa – ‘New Rules’ – Warner Bros. Records

    Ed Sheeran – ‘Perfect’ – Atlantic Records

    Post Malone ft. 21 Savage – ‘rockstar’ – Republic Records – WINNER

     

    BEST NEW ARTIST (Presented by Taco Bell®)

    Bazzi – iamcosmic/Atlantic Records

    Cardi B – Atlantic Records – WINNER

    Chloe x Halle – Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia Records

    Hayley Kiyoko – Atlantic Records

    Lil Pump – Warner Bros. Records

    Lil Uzi Vert – Atlantic Records

     

    BEST COLLABORATION

    Bebe Rexha ft. Florida Georgia Line – ‘Meant to Be’ – Warner Bros. Records

    Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B – ‘Finesse (Remix)’ – Atlantic Records

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment

    Jennifer Lopez ft. DJ Khaled & Cardi B – ‘Dinero’ – Epic Records/Nuyorican Productions – WINNER

    Logic ft. Alessia Cara & Khalid – ‘1-800-273-8255’ – Def Jam Recordings

    N.E.R.D & Rihanna – ‘Lemon’ – i am OTHER/Columbia Records

     

    PUSH ARTIST OF THE YEAR

    JULY 2018 – Chloe x Halle – Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia Records

    JUNE 2018 – Sigrid – Island Records

    MAY 2018 – Lil Xan – Columbia Records

    APRIL 2018 – Hayley Kiyoko – Atlantic Records – WINNER

    MARCH 2018 – Jessie Reyez – Island Records

    FEBRUARY 2018 – Tee Grizzley – 300 Entertainment

    JANUARY 2018 – Bishop Briggs – Island Records

    DECEMBER 2017 – Grace VanderWaal – Syco Music/Columbia Records

    NOVEMBER 2017 – Why Don’t We – Atlantic Records

    OCTOBER 2017 – PRETTYMUCH – Syco Music/Columbia Records

    SEPTEMBER 2017 – SZA – TDE/Aftermath/Interscope Records

    AUGUST 2017 – Kacy Hill – Def Jam Recordings

    JULY 2017 – Khalid – RCA Records

    JUNE 2017 – Kyle – Atlantic Records

    MAY 2017 – Noah Cyrus – Republic Records

       

    BEST POP

    Ariana Grande – ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ – Republic Records – WINNER

    Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug – ‘Havana’ – Syco Music/Epic Records

    Demi Lovato – ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ – Island Records

    Ed Sheeran – ‘Perfect’ – Atlantic Records

    P!nk – ‘What About Us’ – RCA Records

    Shawn Mendes – ‘In My Blood’ – Island Records

     

    BEST HIP HOP

    Cardi B ft. 21 Savage – ‘Bartier Cardi’ – KSR/Atlantic Records

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment

    Drake – ‘God’s Plan’ – YMCMB/Cash Money/Republic Record

    J. Cole – ‘ATM’ – Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope Records

    Migos ft. Drake – ‘Walk It Talk It’ – Quality Control/Capitol Records

    Nicki Minaj – ‘Chun-Li’ – Young Money/Cash Money Records – WINNER 

     

    BEST LATIN

    Daddy Yankee – ‘Dura’ – El Cartel Records/UMLE

    J Balvin, Willy William – ‘Mi Gente’ – UMLE/Republic Records – WINNER

    Jennifer Lopez ft. DJ Khaled & Cardi B – ‘Dinero’ – Epic Records/Nuyorican Productions

    Luis Fonsi, Demi Lovato – ‘Échame La Culpa’ – UMLE/Republic/Island/Universal Music Latino

    Maluma – ‘Felices los 4’ – Sony Music Entertainment US Latin

    Shakira ft. Maluma – ‘Chantaje’ – Sony Music Entertainment US Latin

     

    BEST DANCE

    Avicii ft. Rita Ora – ‘Lonely Together’ – Geffen Records – WINNER

    Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa – ‘One Kiss’ – Columbia Records

    The Chainsmokers – ‘Everybody Hates Me’ – Disruptor Records/Columbia Records

    David Guetta & Sia – ‘Flames’ – Atlantic Records

    Marshmello ft. Khalid – ‘Silence’ – RCA Records/Ultra Records

    Zedd & Liam Payne – ‘Get Low (Street Video)’ – Interscope Records  

     BEST ROCK

    Fall Out Boy – ‘Champion’ – Island Records

    Foo Fighters – ‘The Sky Is A Neighborhood’ – RCA Records

    Imagine Dragons – ‘Whatever It Takes’ – KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records – WINNER

    Linkin Park – ‘One More Light’ – Warner Bros. Records

    Panic! At The Disco – ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ – Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic Records

    Thirty Seconds to Mars – ‘Walk On Water’ – Interscope Records

     

    VIDEO WITH A MESSAGE

    Childish Gambino – ‘This Is America’ – mcDJ / RCA Records – WINNER

    Dej Loaf and Leon Bridges – ‘Liberated’ – Columbia Records

    Drake – ‘God’s Plan’ – YMCMB/Cash Money/Republic Records

    Janelle Monáe – ‘PYNK’ – Bad Boy Records/Atlantic Records

    Jessie Reyez – ‘Gatekeeper’ – Island Records

    Logic ft. Alessia Cara & Khalid – ‘1-800-273-8255’ – Def Jam Recordings

    BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

    Alessia Cara – ‘Growing Pains’ – Def Jam Recordings – Cinematography by Pau Castejón

    Ariana Grande – ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ – Republic Records – Cinematography by Scott Cunningham

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment – Cinematography by Benoit Debie – WINNER 

    Childish Gambino – ‘This Is America’ – mcDJ / RCA Records – Cinematography by Larkin Seiple

    Eminem ft. Ed Sheeran – ‘River’ – Shady/Aftermath/Interscope Records – Cinematography by Frank Mobilio & Patrick Meller

    Shawn Mendes – ‘In My Blood’ – Island Records – Cinematography by Jonathan Sela

     

    BEST DIRECTION

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment – Directed by Ricky Saix

    Childish Gambino – ‘This Is America’ – mcDJ / RCA Records – Directed by Hiro Murai – WINNER

    Drake – ‘God’s Plan’ – YMCMB/Cash Money/Republic Records – Directed by Karena Evans

    Ed Sheeran – ‘Perfect’ – Atlantic Records – Directed by Jason Koenig

    Justin Timberlake ft. Chris Stapleton – ‘Say Something’ – RCA Records – Directed by Arturo Perez Jr.

    Shawn Mendes – ‘In My Blood’ – Island Records – Directed by Jay Martin

     

    BEST ART DIRECTION

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment – Art Direction by Jan Houlevigue – WINNER

    Childish Gambino – ‘This Is America’ – mcDJ / RCA Records – Art Direction by Jason Kisvarday

    J. Cole – ‘ATM’ – Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope Records – Art Direction by Miles Mullin

    Janelle Monáe – ‘Make Me Feel’ – Bad Boy Records/Atlantic Records – Art Direction by Pepper Nguyen

    SZA – ‘The Weekend’ – TDE/RCA Records – Art Direction by SZA and Solange

    Taylor Swift – ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ – Big Machine Records – Art Direction by Brett Hess

     

    BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

    Ariana Grande – ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ – Republic Records – Visual Effects by Vidal and Loris Paillier for Buf

    Avicii ft. Rita Ora – ‘Lonely Together’ – Geffen Records – Visual Effects by KPP

    Eminem ft. Beyoncé – ‘Walk On Water’ – Shady/Aftermath/Interscope Records – Visual Effects Supervisor Rich Lee for Drive Studios

    Kendrick Lamar & SZA – ‘All The Stars’ – TDE/Aftermath/Interscope Records – Visual Effects by Loris Paillier for BUF Paris – WINNER

    Maroon 5 – ‘Wait’ – 222/Interscope Records – Visual Effects by TIMBER

    Taylor Swift – ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ – Big Machine Records – Visual Effects by Ingenuity Studios

     

    BEST CHOREOGRAPHY

    Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B – ‘Finesse (Remix)’ – Atlantic Records – Choreography by Phil Tayag & Bruno Mars

    Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug – ‘Havana’ – Syco Music/Epic Records – Choreography by Calvit Hodge and Sara Bivens

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment – Choreography by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Jaquel Knight

    Childish Gambino – ‘This Is America’ – mcDJ / RCA Records – Choreography by Sherrie Silver – WINNER

    Dua Lipa – ‘IDGAF’ – Warner Bros. Records – Choreography by Marion Motin

    Justin Timberlake – ‘Filthy’ – RCA Records – Choreography by Marty Kudelka, AJ Harpold, Tracy Phillips, and Ivan Koumaev

     

    BEST EDITING

    Bruno Mars ft. Cardi B – ‘Finesse (Remix)’ – Atlantic Records – Editing by Jacquelyn London

    The Carters – ‘APES**T’ – Roc Nation/Parkwood Entertainment – Taylor Ward and Sam Ostrove

    Childish Gambino – ‘This Is America’ – mcDJ / RCA Records – Editing by Ernie Gilbert

    Janelle Monáe – ‘Make Me Feel’ – Bad Boy Records/Atlantic Records – Editing by Deji Laray

    N.E.R.D & Rihanna – ‘Lemon’ – i am OTHER/Columbia Records – Editing by Taylor Ward – WINNER

    Taylor Swift – ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ – Big Machine Records – Editing by Chancler Haynes for Cosmo

     

     

     

     

     

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