That’s because MTV has decided that now is the right time to honor Queen B with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, which is exactly what the network will do during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards set for later this month.
Beyoncé – whose self-titlted surprise “visual album” redefined the videomaking game last year – joins the ranks of Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, U2, Bon Jovi, Janet Jackson, Madonna, Davids Byrne and Bowie; directors Hype Williams, Mark Romanek, and Wayne Isham; and, of course, the King of Pop himself in receiving the kudos.
Needless to say, girlfriend will sing and dance for her
So you best be ready to bow down, bitches. You know she’s gonna outdo last year’s recipient, President of Pop JT, who put on a 15-minute mini-show before getting his award, with a never-saw-it-coming kind of spectacle.
Betcha she jumps on stage and renews her vows to Jay Z, not only hushing all of her marriage’s naysayers but making a statement on the state of the media as well.
Or som’in’ just as wild and unexpected and jaw dropping.