Viral moments and MTV’s Video Music Awards go hand-in-hand, and this year’s show, which took place at New Jersey’s Prudential Center on Tuesday night, was jam-packed with unforgettable entertainment and meme-worthy interactions.

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s first live performance of their latest collaborative effort, “Bongos,” was particularly attention-grabbing and had attendees on their feet.

According to Rolling Stone, Cardi B commanded all eyes on her as she descended onto the stage on a giant disco ball. When she made her landing, she asked, “VMAs, what the f**k is up?”

The New York native sported voluminous curls and wore a blue bodysuit matching the set design’s island theme. After Cardi finished two trimmed verses, the camera cut to Megan as she started her part of the song. She later joined the “Up” rapper, and the two held hands while performing choreography reminiscent of the “Bongos” music video.

Many celebrity attendees were spotted enjoying the performance, including Cardi’s beau, Offset, and Lil Nas X. But no one was as into the rapper’s performance as Taylor Swift, who was on her feet for the song’s duration and had to fan herself off.

The performance was a special one for Megan and Cardi. Both rappers had yet to grace the VMA stage with their presence, though they have performed at the VMA pre-show earlier in their careers. Cardi B was a star in the making when she rapped her breakout hit “Bodak Yellow” in 2017. And Megan got the crowd going while rapping a medley of “Big Ole Freak,” “Hot Girl Summer,” and “Cash S**t” in 2019.

The dynamic duo were nominated for video of the year, song of the year, best collaboration, and best hip-hop video for their first collaboration, 2020’s “WAP,” at the 2021 VMAs. However, they’ve only won solo awards at the show. Cardi went home with a Moon Person for best hip-hop with “Money” in 2019, and Megan won the same category the following year for “Savage.”

Both rappers received nominations at this year’s VMAs. Cardi for best hip-hop video with GloRilla for “Tomorrow 2,” and Megan, who garnered multiple nominations — best choreography, best direction, and best art direction — for “Her.”