Happy Monday! Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
• The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards took place last night. Beyoncé performed a Lemonade medley and took home Video of the Year for “Formation;” Kanye managed to address gun violence, his “artist/merchant” role models, and Taylor Swift (again) in the course of four minutes; and Drake professed his love for Rihanna before presenting her with the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award. [Pitchfork]
• Oh, Anthony Weiner… Not again. [The Cut]
• HBO’s The Night Of aired its finale last night. Warning: spoilers ahead. [The Wrap]
• Horror film Don’t Breathe won the box office at with $26,115,000 its opening weekend. [BOM]
• For some unknown reason, Ann Coulter was at Comedy Central’s “Roast of Rob Lowe.” The special will air on Labor Day. [Variety]
• Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel passed away at age 66. [The New York Times]
• On a happier note, the Bea Arthur Residence, a homeless shelter for LGBTQ youth, is set to open in February 2017. [Vulture]