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On October 10, Abraham blogged about the performance on the MTV Live website, saying the bathroom performance was "fucking out of control terrifying".
On August 18, 2008, noticeable changes occurred with MTV Live.The remaining MTV hosts continued to appear in short segments during MTV Live and in between other MTV programming in segments known as "Quick Chats".On the 100th episode (which turned out to be their 101st episode due to a miscount), they showed the worst moments of MTV Live.The hosts were often joined by viewers via webcam, phone, or through email submissions. Previous guests include MTV reality star Tila Tequila, Canadian dancer Blake Mc Grath, reality TV regular Evan Starkman and bands such as Moneen, The Most Serene Republic, ill Scarlett, and Alexisonfire.Active from 2007–2008, every Friday the best moments of the week from MTV Live and MTV News were edited into a one-hour program called MTV Shuffle. Hacked was an interactive chat which viewers participate in through MTV Hive.In the same week, what was previously known as The Hills After Show became a four-day-a-week entertainment and celebrity gossip program now known as The After Show, also hosted by previous MTV Live hosts Dan Levy and Jessi Cruickshank.
On October 9, 2008, the band Fucked Up returned to MTV Live, the first time since January 16, 2007 when the band first performed in the studio and caused thousands of dollars in damage to the set.
"The second half" previously known as MTV News has been renamed Sex, News & Rock 'n' Roll and features three distinct segments, as reflected in the show's title: pop culture news hosted by Johnny Hockin and Aliya-Jasmine Sovani, a 1 Girl 5 Gays clip montage and previews of five newly released music videos. The show has since mostly ceased all musical performances and guests, and has become more of a satiric comedy news show.
Since 2010, the show now only has 4 hosts - Daryn Jones, Nicole Holness, Paul "The Intern" Leumieux, and Sheena Snively.
The band was supposed to play three songs, but were stopped midway through the second song as MTV was not aware of the destruction the band had planned and were concerned about the safety of the band, audience, and crew.
Some audience members had hidden in separate areas of the studio, due to fear.
Daily Dancer, a regular webcam guest in 2006, also appeared in the launch episode.