Despite such notable buzz kills as Fiona Apple's rambling anti-thank-you speech and Madonna's soapbox anti-paparazzi entreaty in the wake of Princess Diana's death, this year's MTV Video Music Awards seemed to jostle along at a slightly more energetic pace than in previous years. Chris Rock's hosting of the proceedings gave the show a slightly edgy, in-your-face quality--but the fluidity of its look should be credited to LD Allen Branton and set designer Keith Raywood. "The show has always ...

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