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Jus Reign Reigns!
On The 2015 Much Music Video Awards Red Carpet





It's no secret that we at HuffPost Canada are fans of Jus Reign. The YouTube star keeps us howling with his hilarious riffs on brown dating and the brown experience in general, life in the TDot and more.

So you'll pardon the fact that we feel compelled to mention a few of the many times Jus Reign ruled during Sunday (June 21, 2015) night's 2015 Much Music Video Awards.

As the show's Snapchat correspondent, the comedian got plenty of air-time on the show's red-carpet broadcast. And it's a good thing too.

Killer style.

Jus Reign’s, that is … on the Red Carpet.

There was that time he pretended to be The Weeknd, calling himself 'The Brown Weeknd'.

We think he also nailed his Carly Rae Jepsen look.

And his Ed Sheeran 'do was perfection.

Then, he schooled us on social media like the pro that he is.

And then there was the time he almost rumbled with P.Reign, but decided to end it peacefully.

It was clear on Sunday that the red carpet was Jus Reign's.

Long may he rule.

[Courtesy: The Huffington Post. Edited for]
June 23, 2015

Conversation about this article

1: Sunny Grewal (Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada), June 24, 2015, 1:34 PM.

How times have changed! I did not think I would get to see someone like Jus Reign hosting the Red Carpet at the Much Music Video Awards. Usually, when there are "ethnic" hosts, the individuals are clearly 'white-washed' individuals.

2: Baldev Singh (Bradford, United Kingdom), June 24, 2015, 9:02 PM.

Two of this talented man's videos on YouTube are real pick-me-up's and absolutely hilarious ... 'The Most Annoying Brown Girls' and 'Surviving Brown House Parties.' And I only found out about this extraordinary talent on!

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