J Balvin and Bad Bunny Become Real-Life Cartoons For Their Pop-Artsy VMAs Performance

Leave it to J Balvin and Bad Bunny to pull off an MTV VMAs performance that's both weird and cool at the same time. The two singers, who happen to be friendship goals and are not afraid to show their affection towards each other, took the stage at the Prudential Center to perform their hit "Que Pretendes," part of their collaborative album Oasis, which was released earlier this Summer to rave reviews.

Jose and Benito, the real names of J Balvin and Bad Bunny respectively, appeared dressed up as giant cartoons, with big hands and everything, on a stage filled with VR cacti. And if you thought they would be static for the whole performance, I hate to say you're wrong. Not only were they moving around in their suits, but they also took flight halfway through the performance.

The whole scene was like something out of a videogame, and if they ever decide to make one, I'd totally buy it. Keep scrolling to see the best moments of their pop-artsy performance.

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J. Balvin & Bad Bunny Perform 'QUE PRETENDES' | 2019 Video Music Awards