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Internet trend that baffles most parents isn’t slime or even unboxing videos. It’s livestreaming: when people broadcast themselves live over the internet. Even more baffling? When our kids become obsessed with watching these videos, which can be anything from gamers like Ninja playing Fortnite to a Russian talk show to a guy in China doing his homework. With over 15 million daily visitors and 2 million live broadcasts happening at any given time, the internet’s reigning champ of livestreaming is Twitch TV.


LOS ANGELES - Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is taking a break. He doesn't do that often, but he is forced to briefly stop and relax while the backdrop is changed for a commercial he is shooting in Long Beach. As he scrolls through his phone, he looks up and notices a middle-aged crew member staring at him. "Can I please take a quick picture with you?" the man whispers, knowing he shouldn't be asking ...

With the top-selling album of the year, Kendrick Lamar was the big winner with six awards, including video of the year. He opened the show rapping his single "DNA," in a cage of laser lights. Then as he transitioned to his hit "Humble," a performer is set ablaze just a few feet away from Lamar in a dangerous and somewhat scary moment. The rest of the performance featured ninja-like dancers scaling a wall of fire behind Lamar.