MTV's Total Request Live made its return to airwaves, nine years after the series was originally cancelled.
Before this happened, though, a special message via the show's guests and hosts, including DJ Khaled, during the TRL 2017 premiere's cold open honored the loss of life at Sunday night's Southern Nevada concert.
Between 1998 and 2008, TRL was hosted by Carson Daly (who now hosts The Voice in the US) and welcomed guests such as Britney Spears, Beyoncé and NSYNC. Mariah Carey will appear on Thursday. The show will continue to film at its studio in Times Square.
Antonio Brown does not apologize for sideline temper tantrum
They have a more efficient offense, particularly on the line and with the trio of Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell. They don't have former Chargers standout running back Darren Sproles, who last week tore up his knee and broke his forearm.
Miami's DJ Khaled is a producer, a social media star and a proud papa. After playing a quick game of "Follow, Heart, Block" with TRL host DC Young Fly, Sheeran hopped back outside in Times Square to perform his hit single 'Perfect.' To close the show, he played 'Castle on the Hill.' We hate to see it all come to an end, but you can re-live the moment in the videos, below! The studio is given one hour a weekday, 3:30 p.m.to 4:30 p.m., along with a Facebook live post-show featuring radio host Erik Zachary.
MTV is hoping to reinvent itself through the revival of one of its most distinguished series, but only time will tell if it succeeds.
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