You may have seen Kendrick Lamar, Logic and Pink kill it on MTV VMAs but the cameras didn't capture all of the amazing and hilarious moments that occurred when the stars loosened up and played around the room.
Brooklyn Decker thinks she looks like zombie Taylor Swift
"Guys. I look just like zombie Taylor Swift," The Grace and Frankie Star captioned the screenshot.
Jack Antonoff FaceTimed Lena Dunham
"Boo at VMAs with a sandwich like the prince he is," Dunham captioned a screenshot of their FaceTime call that she later posted on Instagram.
Kesha sat on the floor during the show
MTV may have lost Kesha's seat assignment so the singer decided to enjoy the show from the floor.
The "Praying" singer shared the moment on her social media early Monday morning with a photograph oh her and her pal looking a little uncomfortable.
P!NK's son watched his momma werk it at home
"Little meatball watching his mama," she captioned an adorable photo on Instagram.
Drake Bell and Josh Peck made amends
"We reconnected. I love him. It's all love now," Peck told TooFab.
Katy Perry's jokes didn't make the in-studio audience laugh
Though Katy Perry can do no wrong in the eyes of her fans that were in attendance at the VMAs, most of her jokes and attempts at humor fell flat in the celebrity and media sections.
Eye rolls and giggles were at plenty among music journalists and experts.
The VMA audience listened to a "F-k Trump" song during the commercial breaks
Every time the VMAs cut to commercial break, YG & Nipsey Hussle's "F-ck Donald Trump" blasted in The Forum for the attendees to jam out to while they wait for the show to continue. If you haven't heard the song before, here's a key lyric: "I thought all that Donald Trump bulls-t was a joke. Know what? They say when rich n-as go broke. Look, Reagan sold coke, Obama sold hope, **Donald Trump** spent his trust fun money on the vote." View Photos Getty
A song apparently called "Fuck Donald Trump" is playing during the commercial break at the VMAs. pic.twitter.com/u5drfEzwEh— Scott Feinberg (@ScottFeinberg) August 28, 2017