Pop singer Beyonce closed MTV's Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Sunday night with a 15-minute melody of tunes off her new album.
She was also given the Vanguard Award, which was first awarded sometime ago to the late Michael Jackson.
While Beyonce's performance (video below) was applauded by the media, not everyone was happy.
A FoxNews.com article entitled "Beyonce’s feminist VMA message prompts some eye rolls" described Beyonce's performance as "a smorgasbord of gyrations, leg spreads, stripper poles, body rubbing and pelvic rolls."
"The popular entertainer also seemed to ensure her behind was the focus on each song, all the while educating young viewers about feminism...," added FoxNews.com. "...Of course, Beyonce’s silhouette stands tall as the word 'Feminist' lights up in large block letters, projected on the screen behind her. Cue the confusion."
RawStory.com noted that Ashley Dvorkin stated in a Fox411 video review, “The pop superstar combined certain moves with a certain message, leaving some viewers confused. Her sexed up performance with scantily clad dancers featured the star at one point standing in front of giant screen that read ‘Feminist.’”