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Despite a global pandemic, the MTV Video Music Awards 2020 aired last night, as an outdoor show still went on with some of the biggest names in music.

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande led the nominations, in fact, Gaga took the stage multiple times, in multiple outfits, winning the evening’s first away for Best Collaboration for her hit single with Ariana Grande ‘Rain on Me’, who also gave us a killer performance of the track! Gaga also won Artist of the Year and Song of the Year.



Surprising for some, K-Pop Sensation BTS also won multiple VMA’s including Best Pop. Taylor Swift won for best direction and sent in an acceptance video message from home.

Video of the year, the top VMA, went to The Weeknd for his hit “Blinding Lights.” He opened the show with a performance of the single.


Below is the full list of Winners.


Video of the Year: The Weeknd — Blinding Lights

Artist of the Year: Lady Gaga

Song of the Year: Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande — Rain on Me



Best Collaboration: Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande — Rain on Me

Push Best New Artist: Doja Cat




Best Hip-Hop: Megan Thee Stallion — Savage

Best Rock: Coldplay — Orphans

Best Alternative: Machine Gun Kelly — Bloody Valentine



Best Latin: Maluma ft. J Balvin — Que Pena

Best R&B: The Weeknd — Blinding Lights

Best Pop: BTS — On



Best K-Pop: BTS — On

Video for Good: H.E.R. — I Can’t Breathe

Best Music Video from Home: Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber — Stuck with U

Best Group: BTS



Best Quarantine Performance: CNCO — MTV Unplugged at Home

Best Direction: Taylor Swift — The Man — Directed by Taylor Swift

Best Cinematography: Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande — Rain on Me — Cinematography by Thomas Kloss

Best Art Direction: Miley Cyrus — Mother’s Daughter – Art Direction by Christian Stone



Best Visual Effects: Dua Lipa — Physical — Warner Records — Visual Effects by EIGHTY4

Best Choreography: BTS — On — Choreography by Son Sung Deuk, Lee Ga Hun, Lee Byung Eun

Best Editing: Miley Cyrus — Mother’s Daughter — Edited by Janne Vartia & Tim Montana