2010 MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA) winners
Europe loves Lady GaGa and Justin Bieber! These two artists dominate the list of winners at 2010 MTV Europe Music Awards that was held last night in Madrid, Spain.
Winning three trophies out of five nominations, Lady GaGa became the top winner in such prestigious categories as Best Pop Act, Best Female Act and Best Song for ‘Bad Romance.’
Unfortunately Miss extravaganza couldn’t make it to the event to accept the awards in person as she was performing her show in Budapest, Hungary.
This means so much to me. Europe I love you,” Lady GaGa said via the telecast.
Justin Bieber, the youngest of the nominees, won two awards including Best Male and Best Push Act.
This is amazing. I don’t even know what to say. I think that all the other artists in the category are inspirations to me. I’m honored to win this. It’s a big achievement,” JB said in his emotional speech while accepting the Best Male award.
In shock. Im a fan of everyone in that category. Truly honored. Thank u so much to all the fans,” Justin Bieber tweeted later that night.
Shakira accepted the special Free Your Mind Award that honors artists for their social responsibility. Shakira was praised for her efforts in support of education for disadvantaged children.
Here’s the full list of 2010 MTV EMA winners:
Best Live Act
Best New Act
30 Seconds To Mars
Lady GaGa ‘Bad Romance’
Katy Perry ‘California Gurls’
Best Push Act
Best World Stage Performance
Best European Act
MTV EMA Global Icon
Free Your Mind Awards
- eva longoria 2010
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