While performing his hit single “Tití Me Preguntó” at the 2022 VMAs, Bad Bunny kissed a male backup ...

OMG, Bad Bunny And His Male Backup Dancer Kissed At The VMAs

The moment recalled Madonna and Britney’s iconic 2003 VMAs kiss.

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Bad Bunny gave one of the most electrifying performances at the 2022 VMAs. The star, who’s currently in the middle of his World’s Hottest Tour, performed his hit single “Tití Me Preguntó” on the awards show remotely from Yankee Stadium in New York City. He lit up the stage, and at one point, Bad Bunny even kissed two of his backup dancers live on TV, including one male dancer.

The rapper began his performance by carrying one of his female backup dancers (who was wearing a wedding dress) on stage as a wedding march played in the background. Behind him was a screen with an image of a church surrounded by palm trees, which appeared to be a nod toward his World’s Hottest Tour and his fourth studio album, Un Verano Sin Ti.

Bad Bunny then began performing “Tití Me Preguntó” and was joined by additional backup dancers all wearing wedding dresses. The wedding theme perfectly aligned with the song’s lyrics, including the line, “Hey, auntie asked me if I have a lot of girlfriends, a lot of girlfriends / Today I have one, tomorrow I'll have another, hey, but there's no wedding.”

While performing the bridge to his song, Bad Bunny kissed a female dancer on his right. He then turned to his left and kissed a male backup dancer. Watch the moment at the 2:50 mark in the video below.


The kiss was reminiscent of Madonna’s legendary kisses with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera at the 2003 VMAs.

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Kissing aside, Bad Bunny had a major night at the VMAs, and he didn’t even attend in person. Bad Bunny accepted his Artist of the Year award live on stage at Yankee Stadium. According to the Los Angeles Times, he made history by becoming the first non-English-language act to win in the category.

The rapper gave a moving acceptance speech dedicated to his Puerto Rican heritage. “I’ve always said and have been believing since the beginning that I would become one of the biggest stars in the world without changing my culture and my language,” he said.

He’s doing just that. Better yet, he’s changing the world. Congrats, Bad Bunny.