Homeless Man Accepts 'MTV VMA 2014 'Video Of The Year' For Miley Cyrus's 'Wrecking Ball"

Miley Cyrus won this year's Video of the Year Award for her hit "Wrecking Ball.'

Instead of accepting the award, Cyrus stunned the crowd when she brought her date Jesse to the stage, where he spoke out against homelessness in Los Angeles and helped bring awareness to My Friend's Place, a homeless center for young people in Hollywood.

According to Cyrus's Facebook page, fans can support the cause by making a donation here: www.prizeo.com/miley and "For every $5 donation, you'll be entered to win a trip for 2 to Brazil to hang out with me at my show in Rio de Janeiro on Sept 28th. You'll get the full VIP experience, including 2 of the best seats in the house."

Jesse's speech made no mention of the hit that helped Miley win the award, even though the Terry Richardson–directed video was one of the most talked about of the year.

The 20-year-old only wears boots as she swings from a wrecking ball, which hangs from the ceiling. She does, however, wear white underwear and tank top in another scene. The short-haired singer also makes out with a sledgehammer and sits amongst debris in the provocative clip.

"Don't you ever say I just walked away. I will always want you. I can't live a lie, running for my life. I will always want you," she sings as tears roll down her face.

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