Which award was Foxx presenting? You know what, it doesn't even matter. Once he introduced daughter Annalise Bishop, our hearts exploded.
BEST: Josh Duhamel’s Flawless Introduction
Speaking of must-discuss family moments, did your uterus not skip a beat when Duhamel introduced wife Fergie, adding that she makes "cute babies"? Take note, all other Hollywood husbands: This is how it's done.
WORST: Literally Everything Said/Done by Pitbull
From his lame joke about glaucoma to his allegation that Luke Bryan makes "movies," Pitbull was kind of a mess all night. In the future, can't we just let sleeping dogs lie?
BEST: Taylor Swift's Bachelorette Moment
We love that Swift is embracing her inner crazy, and even though her AMAs performance was largely just a recreation of her "Blank Space" video, we're just glad that at least one of her exes was in attendance to see it.
BEST: Selena Gomez's 'Heart'felt Performance
Normally seen dancing like a maniac during award show performances, even Taylor Swift stood still — and cried, no less — during Gomez's soul-baring song.
WORST: T.I.'s War on (Rapping) Women
"Like it or not, women can rap," T.I. said before introducing Iggy Azalea. (Seriously, who even let T.I. out of jail?)
BEST: That Subtle Walking Dead Promo
Not only did we love seeing The Walking Dead's Danai Gurira and Lauren Cohan in less-harrowing straits, but it was also a fantastic reminder that, should this award show take a turn for the worst, there's another option on AMC we could switch over to.
BEST: The Holy-Moly Trinity's 'Bang'in' Performance
Unlike Magic!'s "Rude," this is a jam we don't get tired of hearing on loop. That said, did anyone else think Nicki Minaj was totally phoning in her verse? Like, she would have rather been anywhere else. Oh well, at least she got fully dressed this time!
WORST: 5 Seconds of Summer's Musical Murder
One question about 5SoS’s “What I Like About You” performance: What? Actually, two questions: What? And why? We wish this performance only lasted five seconds.
BEST: A 'Booty'-licious Finale
It's been a big year for butts, and just when you thought things could't get any bigger, enter J. Lo and Iggy Azalea, the newly crowned Queens of Butts. Have I said "butts" enough? Butts, butts, #butts!