The VMAs continue as Pharell, Nile Rogers, and 2 robots (Daft Punk) kicked things off by presenting the award for Best Female Video. The moonman won by Taylor Swift for – Song Name, led to the singer thanking the man who inspired the song (anyone else notice the quick camera shot of Harry Stiles).

Ed Sheeran, who is nominated for Best Male Video, presented what seemed to be the most important moonman of the night – Best Video with a Message. Needless to say Macklemore and Ryan Lewis won their second award for ‘Same Love’ as they emphasized their gratitude for this very important social issue and the importance this award held for them.

Jimmy Fallon introduces President of Pop and long awaited Justin Timberlake with fedora and all. What seems to start of with a video spanning the halls of Barclays Center, turns into a medley that brings you back to 2002. JT performs a mash-up of his songs including ‘Sexy Back’, ‘Cry Me A River’, and ‘Suit & Tie’. However, the highlight was when four familiar faces appeared onstage finally answering many prayers for the long awaited ‘N Sync reunion.

The performance receiving the only standing ovation and probably the loudest performance so far ended with Jimmy Fallon presenting JT with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.

VMAs continue and will soon feature a performance by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Katy Perry and more.