Here’s How To Watch The 2021 VMAs For Free In Australia

Wondering how to watch the 2021 VMAs in Australia? You’ve come to the right place.

The iconic awards show is back. If you're wondering how to watch the 2021 MTV VMAs in Australia, you're in the right place. Everything you need to know below.

When did the VMAs air?

For those of us in Australia, the MTV Video Music Awards aired on Monday September 13 at 10am (AEST), live from New York City. They took place at Brooklyn's Barclays Center for the first time since 2013.

The 90-minute pre-show aired at 8:30am (AEST). Catch up on everything that went down at MTV's iconic awards show here.  

What channel did the VMAs play on in Australia?

The VMAs played on our regular channel, of course! You could watch the MTV Video Music Awards live on Foxtel (channel 122) and Fetch (104) and follow our coverage right here on

Users of the streaming service BINGE can also access our channel through their accounts, which is handy! 

Free-to-air viewers were able to catch the main event (sans pre-show, which you can watch below) on 10 Peach

Where can I watch the 2021 VMAs in Australia?

Once again for the people in the back: Fans were able to catch the MTV VMAs on our MTV channel on Foxtel (channel 122) or Fetch (104). Free-to-air viewers were able to tune in via 10 Peach. 

Who performed at the 2021 Video Music Awards?

Who didn't at the 2021 Video Music Awards? This year’s line-up included Lil Nas X, Camila Cabello, Machine Gun Kelly, Olivia Rodrigo, Justin Bieber, Alicia Keys, Jack Harlow, Kacey Musgraves, Ozuna, Tainty, Normani and Sydney's own The Kid LAROI

Have a squiz at our guide to all 2021 VMAs performances here.

Who hosted the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards?

This year's host was  the one and only Doja Cat! Can we talk about those outfits, by the way? What an icon.

Who was nominated for a Moon Person At The 2021 Movie Awards?

Justin Bieber led the pack with seven MTV Video Award nominations; with Megan Thee Stallion coming at close second, nabbing six nominations. Other nominees included Lil Nas X,  Billie Eilish, BTS, Doja Cat, Drake, Olivia Rodrigo and Giveon. Check out the full nominations list here.

Who Won An MTV VMA?

Olivia Rodrigo, Justin Bieber, and BTS were among those who raked up Moon People at the 2021 MTV VMAs. The Foo Fighters also took home an MTV Global Icon Award. Click through to our complete 2021 VMAs winners list here.

I Missed The Live Event. How Can I Catch Up And Rewatch The 2021 VMAs?

Good news! Our MTV channel – on Foxtel (channel 124) and Fetch (104) – will be airing encore screenings of the 2021 MTV VMAs at the following times:

- Friday September 17th at 6:30pm
- Sunday September 19th at 6:25am 

The free-to-air channel 10 Peach will also be airing replays of the main event (again, minus the pre-show) at the times below: 

- Saturday September 18th at 1:30pm

- Sunday September 20th at 1:30am

Again, if you prefer to stream the VMAs on your laptop, tablet or iPhone, Foxtel subscribers can click through to stream and rewatch the show on MTV's channels here. Remember, our live channels can also be accessed via BINGE. You can also watch a livestream 10 Peach on your devices here

Can I watch the Video Music Awards for free?

You can! Catch encore screenings of the 2021 VMAs on 10 Peach on Saturday the 18th of September at 1:30pm. For the night owls out there: the 1:30am screening this Sunday the 20th of September is for you. 

Missed those too? Don't stress. You can catch all our great VMAs coverage (if we do say so ourselves) right here.

Where can I watch the 2021 VMAs pre-show?

Just below! 

More good VMAs stuff:

Your Complete 2021 VMAs Winners List

Doja Cat's Elaborate VMAs Outfits Deserve Their Own Damn Show 

The Night Was Little Nas X's

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