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Bella Hadid leaves little to imagination in sexy sheer black to present Lady Gaga with award at VMAs

Bella Hadid recently reunited with ex-boyfriend The Weeknd, as they filmed their parts for this year’s virtual Video Music Awards.

And the model reminded her occasional lover just what he’s missing, putting on a sizzling display with her red carpet look.

She left little to the imagination Sunday in a sexy sheer black ensemble, as she presented the inaugural Tricon Award to Lady Gaga during the MTV awards show.

Back in black: Bella Hadid left little to the imagination Sunday in a sexy sheer black ensemble, as she presented the inaugural Tricon Award to Lady Gaga during the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday

The 23-year-old donned a see-through off-the-shoulder long-sleeve top, layered with an almost-as-sheer black bra.

She complemented the top with some high-waisted black slacks and a pair of black strappy stilettos with jeweled details.

Hadid put on a sleek black cat-eye with a flawless glam look, framed by gold hoop earrings and black flat-ironed wisps, dangling from a ’90s chic updo. 

She previously took to Instagram with an impromptu photo shoot, posing in her stunning ensemble.  

 Barely there: The 23-year-old donned a see-through off-the-shoulder long-sleeve top, layered with an almost-as-sheer black bra

Hell on heels: She complemented the top with some high-waisted black slacks and a pair of black strappy stilettos with jeweled details

Glam display: Hadid put on a sleek black cat-eye with a flawless glam look, framed by gold hoop earrings and black flat-ironed wisps, dangling from a '90s chic updo

Glam display: She complemented the top with some high-waisted black slacks and a pair of black strappy stilettos with jeweled details. Hadid put on a sleek black cat-eye with a flawless glam look, framed by gold hoop earrings and black flat-ironed wisps, dangling from a ’90s chic updo

For the 'gram: She previously took to Instagram with an impromptu photo shoot, posing in her stunning ensemble

For the ‘gram: She previously took to Instagram with an impromptu photo shoot, posing in her stunning ensemble

Make believe: The brunette beauty filmed her brief segment in front of a green screen, as this year's awards show took precautions against COVID-19, ditching the usual live audience format

Make believe: The brunette beauty filmed her brief segment in front of a green screen, as this year’s awards show took precautions against COVID-19, ditching the usual live audience format

The brunette beauty filmed her brief segment in front of a green screen, as this year’s awards show took precautions against COVID-19, ditching the usual live audience format.

The 2020 VMAs were originally scheduled to be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, before the coronavirus pandemic forced organizers to re-think the entire event.

This year’s show marks the first time the bash has been held at various different locations, with performances taking place in and around New York City, without packed audiences to abide by social distancing guidelines. 

MTV explained its plans for the show to ‘[span] all five boroughs’ of New York, to ‘pay homage to the strength, spirit and incredible resilience of NYC and its beloved residents.’

Hadid’s appearance came after her ex The Weeknd (whose real name is Abel Tesfaye), 30, opened the show with a performance of Blinding Lights from Hudson Yards in Manhattan.

Opening act: Hadid's appearance came after her ex The Weeknd (whose real name is Abel Tesfaye), 30, opened the show with a performance of Blinding Lights from Hudson Yards in Manhattan

Opening act: Hadid’s appearance came after her ex The Weeknd (whose real name is Abel Tesfaye), 30, opened the show with a performance of Blinding Lights from Hudson Yards in Manhattan

Winner winner: He was nominated for six awards, winning Video of the Year and Best R&B, both for Blinding Lights

Winner winner: He was nominated for six awards, winning Video of the Year and Best R&B, both for Blinding Lights

Using his platform: Tesfaye yielded his time for both acceptance speeches, instead asking for 'justice for Jacob Blake and justice for Breonna Taylor'

Using his platform: Tesfaye yielded his time for both acceptance speeches, instead asking for ‘justice for Jacob Blake and justice for Breonna Taylor’

He was nominated for six awards, winning Video of the Year and Best R&B, both for Blinding Lights.

Tesfaye yielded his time for both acceptance speeches, instead asking for ‘justice for Jacob Blake and justice for Breonna Taylor.’

The Starboy artist reunited with Hadid last week in New York City, where they filmed their appearances from a studio.

A source told DailyMail.com that the exes appeared to be ‘on good terms’: ‘They played it cool and crossed paths with each other, same place, same time.’ 

Hadid and Tesfaye were first romantically linked back in early 2015, before taking another break from their on-again, off-again relationship last August. 

Reunited: The Starboy artist reunited with Hadid last week in New York City, where they filmed their appearances from a studio: They played it cool and crossed paths with each other, same place, same time' (pictured in May, 2016)

Reunited: The Starboy artist reunited with Hadid last week in New York City, where they filmed their appearances from a studio: They played it cool and crossed paths with each other, same place, same time’ (pictured in May, 2016)

The 2020 MTV Video Music Awards WINNERS

MTV TRICON AWARD

Lady Gaga – WINNER 

Rock on: Lady Gaga was the biggest winner of the night taking home five moonpersons

Rock on: Lady Gaga was the biggest winner of the night taking home five moonpersons

 

VIDEO OF THE YEAR

Billie Eilish – “Everything I Wanted”

Eminem (featuring Juice WRLD) – “Godzilla”

Future (featuring Drake) – “Life Is Good”

Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande – “Rain on Me”

Taylor Swift – “The Man”

The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights” – WINNER

 

ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Justin Bieber

DaBaby

Lady Gaga – WINNER

Megan Thee Stallion

Post Malone

The Weeknd 

 

PUSH BEST NEW ARTIST

Lewis Capaldi

Doja Cat – WINNER

Yungblud

Say so? Doja cat earned the Best New Artist gong

Say so? Doja cat earned the Best New Artist gong

 

BEST COLLABORATION

Black Eyed Peas (featuring J Balvin) – “Ritmo (Bad Boys for Life)”

Future (featuring Drake) – “Life Is Good”

Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber – “Stuck with U”

Karol G (featuring Nicki Minaj) – “Tusa”

Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande – “Rain on Me” – WINNER

Ed Sheeran (featuring Khalid) – “Beautiful People” 

 

BEST HIP HOP

DaBaby – “Bop”

Eminem (featuring Juice Wrld) – “Godzilla”

Future (featuring Drake) – “Life Is Good”

Megan Thee Stallion – “Savage” – WINNER

Roddy Ricch – “The Box”

Travis Scott – “Highest in the Room” 

WON: Megan Thee Stallion celebrated her Best Hip-Hop Video win for Savage from home

WON: Megan Thee Stallion celebrated her Best Hip-Hop Video win for Savage from home

 

BEST K-POP

BTS – “On” – WINNER

Exo – “Obsession”

(G)I-dle – “Oh My God”

Monsta X – “Someone’s Someone”

Red Velvet – “Psycho”

TXT – “9 and Three Quarters (Run Away)” 

 

BEST ROCK

blink-182 – “Happy Days”

Coldplay – “Orphans”

Evanescence – “Wasted on You”

Fall Out Boy (featuring Wyclef Jean) – “Dear Future Self (Hands Up)”

Green Day – “Oh Yeah!”

The Killers – “Caution” 

 

BEST MUSIC VIDEO FROM HOME

5 Seconds of Summer – “Wildflower”

blink-182 – “Happy Days”

Drake – “Toosie Slide”

Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber – “Stuck with U” – WINNER

John Legend – “Bigger Love”

twenty one pilots – “Level of Concern”

 

VIDEO FOR GOOD

Billie Eilish – “All the Good Girls Go to Hell”

H.E.R. – “I Can’t Breathe” – WINNER

Lil Baby – “The Bigger Picture”

Demi Lovato – “I Love Me”

Anderson Paak – “Lockdown”

Taylor Swift – “The Man”

Talented:  H.E.R took home the Video For Good Award for her powerful music video I Can't Breathe

Talented:  H.E.R took home the Video For Good Award for her powerful music video I Can’t Breathe

 

BEST ART DIRECTION

A$AP Rocky – “Babushka Boi” (Art Directors: A$AP Rocky, Nadia Lee Cohen and Brittany Porter) 

Miley Cyrus – “Mother’s Daughter” (Art Director: Christian Stone) – WINNER

Selena Gomez – “Boyfriend” (Art Director: Tatiana Van Sauter)

Dua Lipa – “Physical” (Art Director: Anna Colomé Nogu)

Harry Styles – “Adore You” (Art Director: Laura Ellis Cricks)

Taylor Swift – “Lover” (Art Director: Kurt Gefke)

 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

5 Seconds of Summer – “Old Me” (Director of Photography: Kieran Fowler)

Camila Cabello (featuring DaBaby) – “My Oh My” (Director of Photography: Scott Cunningham)

Billie Eilish – “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” (Director of Photography: Christopher Probst

Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande – “Rain on Me” (Director of Photography: Michael Merriman)  – WINNER

Katy Perry – “Harleys in Hawaii” (Director of Photography: Arnau Valls)

The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights” (Director of Photography: Oliver Millar)

 

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Billie Eilish – “all the good girls go to hell” (Visual Effects: Drive Studio)

Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande – “Rain on Me” (Visual Effects: Ingenuity Studios)

Dua Lipa – “Physical” (Visual Effects: EIGHTY4 and Mathematic) – WINNER

Demi Lovato – “I Love Me” (Visual Effects: Hoody FX)

Travis Scott – “Highest in the Room” (Visual Effects: Ingenuity Studios)

Harry Styles – “Adore You” (Visual Effects: Mathematic) 

 SONG OF THE YEAR

Doja Cat – “Say So”

Billie Eilish – “Everything I Wanted”

Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande – “Rain on Me” – WINNER

Megan Thee Stallion – “Savage”

Post Malone – “Circles”

Roddy Ricch – “The Box”

 

BEST GROUP

5 Seconds of Summer

Blackpink

BTS – WINNER

Chloe x Halle

CNCO

Little Mix

Monsta X

Now United

The 1975

Twenty One Pilots

Legends: KPop group BTS won the Best Group Video Award

Legends: KPop group BTS won the Best Group Video Award

 

BEST POP

Justin Bieber (featuring Quavo) – “Intentions”

BTS – “On” – WINNER

Halsey – “You Should Be Sad”

Jonas Brothers – “What a Man Gotta Do”

Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande – “Rain on Me”

Taylor Swift – “Lover” 

 

BEST R&B

Chloe x Halle – “Do It”

H.E.R. (featuring YG) – “Slide”

Alicia Keys – “Underdog”

Khalid (featuring Summer Walker) – “Eleven”

Lizzo – “Cuz I Love You”

The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights” – WINNER

After Hours: The Weeknd took home Best R&B video as well as top honor Video Of The Year

After Hours: The Weeknd took home Best R&B video as well as top honor Video Of The Year

 

BEST LATIN

Anuel AA (featuring Daddy Yankee, Ozuna, Karol G and J Balvin) – “China”

Bad Bunny – “Yo Perreo Sola”

J Balvin – “Amarillo”

Black Eyed Peas (featuring Ozuna and J. Rey Soul) – “Mamacita”

Karol G (featuring Nicki Minaj) – “Tusa”

Maluma (featuring J Balvin) – “Qué Pena” – WINNER

 

BEST ALTERNATIVE

The 1975 – “If You’re Too Shy (Let Me Know)”

All Time Low – “Some Kind of Disaster”

Lana Del Rey – “Doin’ Time”

FINNEAS – “Let’s Fall in Love for the Night”

Machine Gun Kelly – “Bloody Valentine” – WINNER

twenty one pilots – “Level of Concern”

Best kiss? Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox in the My Bloody Valentine video which earned him Best Alternative

Best kiss? Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox in the My Bloody Valentine video which earned him Best Alternative

 

BEST QUARANTINE PERFORMANCE

Chloe x Halle – “Do It” (from MTV Prom-Athon)

CNCO – MTV Unplugged at Home – WINNER

DJ D-Nice – Club MTV Presents: #DanceTogether

Lady Gaga – “Smile” (from One World: Together At Home)

John Legend – #TogetherAtHome Concert Series

Post Malone – “Nirvana Tribute” 

 

BEST DIRECTION

Doja Cat – “Say So” (Director: Hannah Lux Davis)

Billie Eilish – “Xanny” (Director: Billie Eilish)

Dua Lipa – “Don’t Start Now” (Director: Nabil)

Harry Styles – “Adore You” (Director: Dave Meyers)

Taylor Swift – “The Man” (Director: Taylor Swift) – WINNER

The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights” (Director: Anton Tammi) 

 

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY

BTS – “On” (Choreographers: The Lab and Son Sung Deuk) – WINNER

CNCO and Natti Natasha – “Honey Boo” (Choreographer: Kyle Hanagami)

DaBaby – “Bop” (Choreographers: DaniLeigh and Cherry)

Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande – “Rain on Me” (Choreographer: Richy Jackson)

Dua Lipa – “Physical” (Choreographer: Charm La’Donna)

Normani – “Motivation” (Choreographer: Sean Bankhead)

 

BEST EDITING

James Blake – “Can’t Believe the Way We Flow” (Editor: Frank Lebon)

Miley Cyrus – “Mother’s Daughter” (Editors: Alexandre Moors and Nuno Xico) – WINNER

Halsey – “Graveyard” (Editors: Emille Aubry, Janne Vartia and Tim Montana)

Lizzo – “Good as Hell” (Editors: Russell Santos and Sofia Kerpan)

Rosalía – “A Palé” (Editor: Andre Jones)

The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights” (Editors: Janne Vartia and Tim Montana) 

Golden girl: Miley Cyrus won Best Editing for her Mother's Daughter video

Golden girl: Miley Cyrus won Best Editing for her Mother’s Daughter video

 

SONG OF SUMMER

Blackpink – “How You Like That” – WINNER

Cardi B (featuring Megan Thee Stallion) – “WAP”

Miley Cyrus – “Midnight Sky”

DaBaby (featuring Roddy Rich) – “Rockstar”

DJ Khaled (featuring Drake) – “Popstar”

Doja Cat – “Say So”

Jack Harlow – “Whats Poppin”

Lil Baby (featuring 42 Dugg) – “We Paid”

Dua Lipa – “Break My Heart”

Megan Thee Stallion (featuring Beyoncé) – “Savage (Remix)”

Pop Smoke (featuring 50 Cent & Roddy Rich) – “The Woo”

Saint Jhn – “Roses” Saweetie – “Tap In”

Harry Styles – “Watermelon Sugar”

Taylor Swift – “Cardigan”

The Weeknd – “Blinding Lights”

 

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