2014 MTV Europe Music Award Winners

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The MTV Europe Music Award have now called it a night on the 2014 incarnation of the yearly event with many pop radio’s favorite staples going home with awards.

Hosted by Nicki Minaj, the event also saw Ozzy Osbourne get an icon award by Guns ‘n’ Roses/ top hat aficionado Slash, U2 got the chance to redeem themselves after the fiasco of releasing Songs of Innocence with a performance, while several other nominees took the stage to perform from across the pond at the SSE Hyrdro in Glasgow, Scotland

Check out the full award winners from this year’s show.

2014 MTV EMA WINNERS:

Best U.S. Act: Fifth Harmony

Best Song: “Problem” – Ariana Grande (feat. Iggy Azalea)

Best Pop: One Direction

Best Female: Ariana Grande

Best Male: Justin Bieber

Best Live: One Direction

Best New: 5 Seconds of Summer

Best Video: “Dark Horse” – Katy Perry (feat. Juicy J.)

Best Rock: Linkin Park

Best Alternative: Thirty Seconds to Mars

Best Hip-Hop: Nicki Minaj

Best Electronic: Afrojack

Biggest Fans: One Direction

Best Look: Katy Perry

Best Push: 5 Seconds of Summer

Best Video With A Message: “Pretty Hurts” – Beyoncé

Best World Stage: Enrique Iglesias

Best Worldwide: Bibi Zhou (Southeast Asia / China & Hong Kong / Taiwan)

Global Icon: Ozzy Osbourne

First Two MTV EMA Performers Revealed

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We’re about two months away from the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards and today, the network has announced two of the big names that will be taking the stage in Glasgow.

The United Kingdom’s favorite ginger Ed Sheeran and Ariana Grande have been enlisted to perform during the annual show.

“I’ve never been successful enough in Europe to be part of it, and finally, I am, so…yay!” Sheeran said in a video post on Facebook.

“I hear there’s another female artists performing….she’s got a few ‘problems’ and hangs out with rapper that might be a bit ‘fancy.'”

It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to come up with Ariana Grande as the answer to his teases.
Grande said a statement of her own, “I’m definitely looking forward to being part of the party onstage this year.”

For Grande, this marks a big step up from last year in her career. Last year, the singer hosted the EMA digital backstage show, while this year she will be performing on the main stage while also being nominated in six categories including, “Best Song,” “Best Pop,” “Best Female,” “Best New Artist,” “Best Push,” and “Biggest Fans” for her crazies.

The 2014 MTV EMAs will take place at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Sunday, Nov. 9 at 9 p.m. CET with Nicki Minaj holding the reins as host of the event. The celebration will begin with a live broadcast from Miami at 7 p.m. EST.

2014 MTV Europe Music Award Nominees Unveiled

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It feels like it’s only been a few weeks since the MTV Video Music Awards took place (which we think it did) and now the music network has revealed the nominees for the European version of the award ceremony.

For being an award show due to take place across the pond, quite a big chunk of the nominees seem to be from North America, unless you count those nominated for regional awards.

Coming in at the top of the list with the most nominees is Katy Perry with a total of seven. Ariana Grande comes in next with six nominations while Pharrell and 5 Seconds of Summer are tied with a total of five. Iggay Azalea, Eminem, Nicki Minaj, One Direction and breakout Sam Smith comes in with a total of four nominations a piece.

Check out the full list of nominees below.

2014 MTV EMA NOMINEES:

Best Song

Ariana Grande – “Problem” ft. Iggy Azalea
Eminem – “The Monster” ft. Rihanna
Katy Perry – “Dark Horse” ft. Juicy J
Pharrell Williams – “Happy”
Sam Smith – “Stay With Me”

Best Pop

5 Seconds of Summer
Ariana Grande
Katy Perry
Miley Cyrus
One Direction

Best Female

Ariana Grande
Beyoncé
Katy Perry
Nicki Minaj
Taylor Swift

Best Male

Ed Sheeran
Eminem
Justin Bieber
Justin Timberlake
Pharrell Williams

Best Live

Beyoncé
Bruno Mars
Justin Timberlake
Katy Perry
One Direction

Best New

5 Seconds of Summer
Ariana Grande
Charli XCX
Kiesza
Sam Smith

Best Video

Iggy Azalea – “Black Widow ft. Rita Ora”
Katy Perry – “Dark Horse ft. Juicy J”
Kiesza – “Hideaway”
Pharrell Williams – “Happy”
Sia – “Chandelier”

Best Rock

Arctic Monkeys
The Black Keys
Coldplay
Imagine Dragons
Linkin Park

Best Alternative

Fall Out Boy
Lana Del Rey
Lorde
Paramore
Thirty Seconds To Mars

Best Hip Hop

Drake
Eminem
Iggy Azalea
Kanye West
Nicki Minaj

Best Electronic

Afrojack
Avicii
Calvin Harris
David Guetta
Hardwell

Biggest Fans

5 Seconds of Summer
Ariana Grande
Justin Bieber
Nicki Minaj
One Direction

Best Look

Iggy Azalea
Katy Perry
Nicki Minaj
Rita Ora
Taylor Swift

Best Push

5 Seconds of Summer
Ariana Grande
Charli XCX
Cris Cab
John Newman
Jungle
Kid Ink
Kiesza
Lorde
Sam Smith
Zedd

Best World Stage:

Afrojack – “MTV World Stage Live in Amsterdam”
B.o.B – “MTV World Stage Malaysia”
Ellie Goulding – “MTV World Stage Wireless London”
Enrique Iglesias – “MTV World Stage Isle of MTV Malta”
Fall Out Boy – “MTV World Stage Monterrey”
Flo Rida – “MTV World Stage Mexico”
Hardwell – “MTV World Stage Isle of MTV Malta”
Imagine Dragons – “MTV World Stage Live in Amsterdam”
Kings of Leon – “MTV World Stage Rock am Ring Germany”
Linkin Park – “MTV World Stage Rock am Ring Germany”
Nicole Scherzinger – “MTV World Stage Isle of MTV Malta”
Pharrell Williams – “MTV World Stage Wireless London”
Simple Plan – “MTV World Stage Monterrey”
The Killers – “MTV World Stage Live in Amsterdam”

Voting for the yearly award show is open at mtvema.com until Nov. 8. The MTV EMAs will air live at 7 p.m. ET from the SSE Hydro in Glasgow the next day (Nov. 9). Pre-show festivities will take place in Miami, though no hosts or guests have been unveiled yet.