Taylor Swift was the big winner at the 2022 MTV EMAs, held at the PSD Bank Dome in Dusseldorf, Germany on Sunday. The “Anti-Hero” singer took home four awards – Best Artist, Best Video, Best Pop and Best Long Form Video for “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)”.
Despite winning numerous EMAs in the past, Swift hadn’t attended the awards show since 2012, when she closed the ceremony with a circus-themed performance of “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”. During her Best Video acceptance speech, Swift told her German fans that she “can’t wait” to see them on her upcoming tour, which so far has only announced US dates. United.
“Sometimes I think of all the way that short and that moment almost never happened,” she said. “The fans wanted this to happen.”
Nicki Minaj also took home Best Hip-Hop and Best Song for “Super Freaky Girl,” while Harry Styles took home the Best Live category.
David Guetta won Best Collaboration for “I’m Good (Blue)”, featuring Bebe Rexha, and Best Electronic, while Seventeen won Best Short Story and Best Push. Show host Rita Ora performed the best “Personal Style” look, while the video for the top award went to Sam Smith feat. Kim Petras for “Unholy”. Blackpink won the EMA’s most recent category, Best Metaverse Performance, for their PUBG Mobile virtual concert.
Guetta and Rexha kicked off the night with “I’m Good (Blue)”, while Muse (rock’s top winners) gave an explosive performance of “Will of the People”. Later, Ukrainian rap group Kalush Orchestra delivered a powerful show of support for their country. Other artists included Ava Max, Stormzy, OneRepublic, Gayle, Lewis Capaldi, Tate McRae, in addition to PINALL, Äyanna and Nasty C. Gorillaz (top alternative winners) and Thundercat also gave a performance of “Cracker Island”.
This year, the MTV EMA Generation Change Award was given to three Ukrainian women – Lina Deshvar, Anna Kutova and Anfisa Yakovina – who are campaigning for the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. Their work includes providing shelter to refugees, evacuating and caring for families with children, adolescents and young people with disabilities and offering art and group therapy for women and families who have been separated. of their relatives. Recipients were honored on the MTV EMA Red Carpet show, which aired live on MTV globally and streamed on MTVEMA.com.
See the full list of winners below.
Best song: Nicki Minaj “Super Weird Girl”
Best Video: Taylor Swift “Too Good (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)”
Best Artist: Taylor Swift
Better collaboration: David Guetta & Bebe Rexha, “I’m Fine (Blue)”
Best live: Harry Styles
Best Pop: Taylor Swift
Best New: SEVENTEEN
Best K-Pop: Lisa
Best Latin: Anita
Best Electronics: David Guetta
Best hip hop: Nicki Minaj
Best Rock: Muse
Better alternative: Gorillaz
Best R&B: Chle
Best long form: Taylor Swift, “Too Good (10 Minute Version) (Taylor Version)”
Video for good: Sam Smith, “Unholy (ft. Kim Petras)”
Biggest Fans: BTS
Best thrust: SEVENTEEN
Best metaverse performance: BLACKPINK “The Virtual PUBG Mobile”
Best “Personal Style” look: Rita Ora
Generation change: Lina Deshvar, Anna Kutova and Anfisa Yakovina
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