Taylor Swift Wins Big at the 2022 MTV EMAs – Up News Info

Taylor Swift took home the most awards of any artist at the 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA) on Sunday night.

The singer and music video director was honored with four EMAs on Sunday, making her the most awarded artist of the night.

Taylor was named Best Pop and Best Artist Overall, while she picked out two others for the ten-minute music video she made to promote the re-release of All Too Well, originally recorded in 2012.

Titled All Too Well: The Short Film, the video was released earlier this year and featured Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien. It received the award for Best Long Form Video and Best Video.

Accepting the best artist award from presenter David Hasselhoff, Taylor thanked his fans in a speech.

“You have no idea how much it means to me to do this as a career,” she said, Sky News reports. “There’s not a moment where I take this for granted. I love you so much, I can’t believe I can do this as a job, and it’s all thanks to you.”

Other big winners include Nicki Minaj, who won Best Hip-Hop and Best Song for Super Freaky Girl, and David Guetta, who won Best Electronic Music and Best Collaboration for I’m Good (Blue) with Bebe Rexha.

The 2022 MTV EMAs were hosted by Rita Ora and Taika Waititi at the PSD Bank Dome in Dusseldorf, Germany.

The list of winners is as follows:

Best Song: Super Freaky Girl – Nicki Minaj

Best Video: All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor Version) – Taylor Swift

Best Artist: Taylor Swift

Best collaboration: I’m Good (Blue) – David Guetta and Bebe Rexha

Best Pop: Taylor Swift

Best New: Seventeen

Best K-pop: Lisa

Best Latin: Anitta

Best Electronic: David Guetta

Best Hip Hop: Nicki Minaj

Best Rock: Muse

Best Alternative: Gorillaz

Best Long Video: All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor Version) – Taylor Swift

Video For Good: Unholy – Sam Smith ft. Kim Petras

Biggest fans: BTS

Best Metaverse Performance: BLACKPINK The Virtual (PUBG)

Best Live: Harry Styles

Best RNB: Chloe

Best push: seventeen

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