Taylor Swift Wins Big at MTV EMA E! News UK

Taylor Swift was the big winner at the 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards.

The 32-year-old pop star took home a total of four awards at the annual awards ceremony, including Best Artist, Best Pop, as well as Best Video and Best Long Form Video for “All Too Well (10 Minute Version”).

Taylor superstar Nicki Minaj picked up Best Song for her hit Super Freaky Girl and Best Hip-Hop while former One Direction singer Harry Styles took home Best Live.

Elsewhere, ‘Anywhere’ hitmaker Rita Ora – who also took on hosting duties with hubby Taika Waititi – took home the award for Best ‘Personal Style’ Look while Video for Good went to Sam Smith feat. Kim Petras for their “Unholy” collaboration.

Meanwhile, Best Collaboration went to David Guetta and Bebe Rexha for ‘I’m Good (Blue)’, while ‘Hey Mamma’ hitmaker David also picked up Best Electronic while the all-new Best Metaverse Performance award went to BLACKPINK The Virtual PUBG Mobile, in recognition of the K-Pop girl group’s in-game concert.

The glitzy awards night – held at the PSD Bank Dome in Düsseldorf, Germany – was opened by David Guetta and Bebe Rexha with a rendition of their award-winning hit, while rock band Muse then rode on stage for a performance of ‘ Will of the People with lights and flares.

“Sweet but Psycho” singer Ava Max treated fans to a performance of rap superstar and giant diamond Stormzy’s “Million Dollar Baby” gave the first-ever TV performance of her new song “Fire Babe.”

Showing their support for Ukraine – which has been under continuous invasion by Russia since February – Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra arrived to give a performance of ‘Stefania’, with the arena lights turning blue and yellow, while three women from the wartorn country received the MTV EMA Generation Change Award


Best Song – Nicki Minaj – ‘Super Freaky Girl’

Best Video – Taylor Swift – ‘All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)’

Best Artist – Taylor Swift

Best Collaboration – David Guetta Bebe Rexha – ‘I’m Good (Blue)’

Best live – Harry Styles

Best Pop – Taylor Swift


Best K-Pop – Lisa

Best Latin – Anitta

Best Electronic – David Guetta

Best Hip Hop – Nicki Minaj

Best Rock – Muse

Best alternative – Gorillaz

Best RB – Chl?e

Best Long Form Video – Taylor Swift – ‘All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s 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

Generational Change – Lina Deshvar, Anna Kutova and Anfisa Yakovina

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