Maneskin’s Performance Censored At The Mtv Vmas 2022, Justice For Maneskin Trends On Twitter
Italian glam rock band Maneskin made their debut at the MTV VMA awards show on August 28. At the awards show, the band performed a cover version of their hit song Supermodel. For the show, Damiano David is the front runner in the back dress and his back is visible. He also wore a leather belt. Victoria De Angelis wore a black dress next to the bar, which fell during their set. According to the photos of the event, Victoria De Angelis moved to the front of the stage while the dance group was surrounded by many dancers.
The show included jumping and dancing, which made the costumes work badly. Despite that, the 22-year-old continued. What upset fans, though, was MTV’s continued shift to wide-camera shots of the show during Maneskin’s performance. One disappointed fan said the group was the most interesting but was reportedly banned by MTV. After the ban, many fans took to social media to express their dismay and posted ‘Justice for Maneskin’ on social media platform Twitter.
The Truth About Maneskin Trends On Twitter As Fans Blast MTV For Hacking The Band’s Performance At The 2022 VMAs
The MTV Video Music Awards were loaded with amazing and memorable moments, including a stunning performance by Italian rock band Måneskin. Regardless, fans of the band Maneskin were furious with MTV’s decision to air or not air their performance. Throughout their performance, the camera panned from the stage to the empty back seats in the Prudential Center in New Jersey, where the VMA awards show was taking place, ignoring Måneskin.
I can’t believe Maneskin has the most exciting set of all #vmas & MTV censored the whole damn set!!!! Right on Maneskin!!!
— Sara (@sara_feigin) August 29, 2022
While the MTV News Twitter account posted a GIF from the show and read, ‘We see you, @thisismaneskin! #VMAs, fans shared their anger and confusion in the responses. A fan said, ‘Yours? No one was watching. What in the hell is that?? another repeated the thought, saying, ‘I’m sorry! I waited all that time and they stayed for a couple of moments and were close to the screen?? Many people did not see the reason why MTV left the Måneskin group, thinking that it was to stop the ridiculous outfit of singer Damiano David, who was wearing leather pencils and black tie. However, it is possible that the poor wardrobe resulted in camera work choices.
— måry/veronica sky🫀post CIRCO MASSIMO🎪 (@maryskin_) August 29, 2022
Victoria De Angelis, the bass player of Måneskin, wore a black one-shoulder Gucci dress, one breast of the bassist was visible, however, it was covered with silver milk. After starting to play their song titled ‘Supermodel,’ Victoria De Angelis’ shirt appeared to fall off her shoulder, revealing another, bare breast. Victoria De Angelis continued to play and support her band in the performance, however, MTV cut to show the curved shot of the arena studio to avoid broadcast. in bad clothes, Måneskin’s stage is shown very little. After hearing what happened, many fans were still confused, saying that MTV could have focused the camera on others in the show, instead of Victoria De Angelis.
Right for @thisismaneskin @MTV it should work, they censored it, it’s good that vic had trouble with the clothes, but just fix the clothes and everything will be fine. You don’t need to cut the entire show. #VMAs #VoteManeskinVMA pic.twitter.com/Bh21mzph1c
— Looking for my Vlad (@toriaulian) August 29, 2022
Don’t be afraid of the human body, folks. #justiceformaneskin
— Nei Nei || Met Må on Roblox 😎🤙🏻 (@hitoshily) August 29, 2022
— RockSuga⁷ 🇱🇹🏴#TeamMOTS🔥 (@theBluesInGrey) August 29, 2022
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