Jennifer Lopez and Diddy flashed back to the turn of the Millennium -- when he was Puff Daddy and she was not Jenny From the Block yet -- and partied after the AMAs as if they were still dating.
Clearly there are no hard feelings between the exes who looked like they had a blast at J Lo's after-party. They've come a long way since ending their relationship 16 years ago ... when Diddy got booked for a weapons violation after that NYC nightclub shooting.
Good to see they've put it all behind them. Jennifer's current guy, Casper Smart, was there too ... we got all 3 outside the party.
Hours after he devoured Meghan Trainor's face on national TV ... Charlie Puth was still flying high and insisting the whole makeout sesh was 100% authentic.
If you missed it -- Meghan and Charlie had just finished singing "Marvin Gaye," and then started getting it on ... on the American Music Awards stage! Mouths were open, tongues were probing, and heads and asses were grabbed! It became one of the night's most talked about moments.
After the show, we got Charlie at Craig's and he was grinning from ear to ear -- looking a lot like a guy whose PDA turned into more than just kissing. Even though he tweeted "we are just friends" ... that's not the tune Charlie's singing in this clip.
Producers for The American Music Awards had a last minute scramble Friday night after Tyga and Kylie called it quits.
A source close to Sunday night's show tells TMZ the two were originally supposed to be sitting together in the crowd. However -- to avoid any serious drama -- we've learned producers now have Tyga sitting a few rows back from Jenner.
Chris Rock lit up a beacon of hope for all who love the Academy Awards -- there's a fighting chance the show won't be TV's version of Ambien!
Hours after the Oscars announced Rock would host next year, we got him heading into dinner at Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica. But check out the video ... the exciting part is WHO he hung out with at the restaurant: Rosario Dawson, Matt Stone and Rick Rubin.
So, we're thinking (hoping, really) they were cooking up musical numbers that don't suck. Can't ya see the mashup? "99 Problems and Kyle's Mom's Chocolate Salty Balls Ain't One."
You'd think having the name Andy Samberg has its perks -- after all, the 'SNL' vet just hosted the Emmys -- but it's turned a namesake into a target of hate.
Andy Sandberg, a Tony Award-winning producer, says his Twitter account has been flooded since Sunday night by haters who went on a mission to trash Samberg for his jokes about Donald Trump and Kim Davis.
Turns out Samberg the comedian doesn't tweet from his own Twitter account ... he uses The Lonely Island account. The real problem here ... people don't know how to spell Samberg's last name.
It's been going on for years ... Sandberg says he gets Samberg's fan mail and pleas to audition for "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." He's even gotten a residual check ... but he didn't open it.
Sandberg also says he barely watched the Emmys. Join the crowd.
Now we know why Dave Grohl was so pissed about the Foo Fighters getting yanked from the Emmy Awards stage -- and it's all about size. Yes, it matters ... especially at award shows.
A rep for Grohl tells TMZ ... the band was all set to perform, and would have been the first ever rock band to play the Emmys. But the rep says, "FOX then refused to allow the band to play a full song from the Emmy-winning Sonic Highways."
According to our sources, the network wanted the band to play half of their winning song and then play part of their hit song "Learn to Fly" ... but the band wasn't having it.
We're told the directive came straight from the network and not the television academy, who was on board with the band's plan to play what they wanted to.
FF won 2 Emmys for its HBO docuseries, but you can tell from his reaction last night ... Dave wanted to play, but obviously ... he wanted it his way.
We have a call in to FOX and the Emmys for their side of the story.
Next year's VMAs could become a 10-hour ordeal, because we found out MTV is considering Kanye as its host.
VMA sources tell TMZ ... MTV was thrilled with Kanye's 12-minute diatribe, despite the fact he brutally trashed the network and awards shows in general. As it was put to us, Kanye hosting next year is "on the table." After all, who woulda thunk Miley?
Here's how much MTV loved it ... we're told they only allotted him 2 minutes, but people in the control room were told to stand down, because it was crazy entertaining.
We're told after Kanye left the stage, an MTV big wig followed him to his dressing room and gushed about the spectacle.