NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - The MTV Music Video Awards are sure to get people talking on social media every time. One person at the center of attention Sunday was singer Alicia Keys.
While some are praising Keys for her natural look, others still have a hard time accepting her no make-up pledge. Keys showed up with a bare face and a long red dress with her hair pulled into a bun.
In a recent video post to Instagram, producer Swizz Beatz makes it clear he's not here for everyone's opinions about his wife. "She just said that she's not vibing with the makeup all the way 100 percent like that" Beatz posted Monday. "That's kind of her thing that she wants to do."
Earlier this year, the "In Common" singer said every time she left the house she would worry that she didn't have make-up on and someone would want to take a picture.
Keys posted a fresh-faced picture on Twitter the day after the awards show saying,"Y'all, me choosing to be makeup free doesn't mean I'm anti-makeup. Do you!"
See the full video from Swizz Beatz below.
Off or on?
Drake and Rihanna were also high on the list of most talked about moments at the MTV VMA's.
What put the icing on the cake is when Drake professed his love for "Bad Gal Ri Ri" while he presented her with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
"She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old."
Fans aren't sure what to make of the pair. The two publicly locked lips onstage in Miami while on a stop of Drake's "Summer 16" tour. The rapper also congratulated Rihanna on her MTV award with a huge billboard.
Drake has not been shy about showering her with compliments. He posted a cozy selfie of him and the "Work" singer on Instagram writing, "This is a night for us all to be thankful for what you have done for us! You have affected so many of our lives in the best way possible. Tonight we celebrate you!"
Drake makes a tour stop in New Orleans at the Smoothie King Center Friday.
Bill Nye isn't done yet
Can Bill Nye save the world? At least that's what the title of his new show says.
The famed scientist will host a new show on Netflix spring 2017 titled "Bill Nye Saves the World."
The series will cover topics like vaccinations, genetically modified foods and climate change. Nye will also feature guests and conduct experiments to dispel myths and refute anti-scientific claims.