Beyonce broke the record of Madonna for number of awards MTV


Бейонсе побила рекорд Мадонны по числу наград MTV

The singer won all nominations MTV, which was presented to, and went home with eight statues.

This past weekend new York hosted the 33rd awards ceremony MTV Music Awards. The main star of the event, as we have said earlier, was Beyonce. With a clip of “Formation”, she won in the main nomination “Video of the year”, beating Justin Bieber to the music video “Sorry”, Kanye West – “Famous” Drake – “Hotline Bling” and Adele – “Hello”.

Also the clip of “Formation” brought Beyonce prizes in the categories “Best pop video”, “Best choreography”, “Best direction” “Best cinematography”, “Best editing”.

Not left behind and her video “Hold Up” and “Lemonade”. The first was best female video, the second – best long video.

As a result, now beyoncé’s – 24 figurines MTV (in my career), and the singer Madonna, which had previously been the record holder of the award, only 20.

Also, the ceremony was memorable for the appearance on the scene Britney Spears (nine years she hasn’t been to prize on their own) and rapper Kanye West, who did not get the prize, but at the request of the organizers gave a philosophical speech about how we all came to America on the same boat, and are now in the same bed (having in mind that all people are equal).

Full list pobedita MTV Music Awards 2016

Video of the year: Beyonce (Formation).

Best female video: Beyonce (Hold Up).

Best male video: Calvin Harris and Rihanna (This Is What You Came For)

Best hip-hop video: Drake (Hotline Bling).

Best pop video: Beyonce (Formation).

Best rock video: Twenty one pilots (Heathens).

Best dance video: Calvin Harris and Disciples (How Deep Is Your Love).

Rising star MTV: all dnce.

Best collaboration: Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla $ign (Work From Home).

The longest video of the year: Beyonce (Lemonade).

Best art work: David Bowie (Blackstar).

Best direction: Beyonce (Formation).

Best choreography: Beyonce (Formation).

Best cinematography: beyoncé (Formation).

Best editing: Beyonce (Formation).

Best visual effects: Coldplay (Up&Up).

A special award named in Michael Jackson: Rihanna.



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