By Imani Brammer
It seems like MTV was all about posing men as sexual objects Sunday night, as The Best Shirtless Performance category was followed by winner Zac Efron flexing his robust muscles and surfboart abs. The category consisted of more men than women, (Jessica Alba being the sole woman within the category). Though it is safe to say that women are normally more sexualized than men, we can all agree that men are also objectified within their own right. After constant sexualization of the female sex, let’s be real: objectifying men serves as a huge guilty (but not really though) pleasure. No one’s mad at Zac Efron for reminding us of that either. (Wink).
Watching reality TV is our guilty pleasure for a reason: it’s wildly humorous with ridiculous personalities and lifestyles we cannot fathom. However, what if these reality television stars were on different shows?
For the very first time since 2011, singer, Rihanna and rapper, Eminem reunited for a duo performance on Sunday at the MTV Movie Awards. The stage lit up with artificial red flames as style icon, Twitter shade diva and pop star Rihanna began her soft, yet strong intro into the “Monster” performance.