One Artist Has a Huge Night at the MTV Video Music Awards — and It’s Hardly a Surprise

Aug 31, 2015  •  Post A Comment

An artist who has been a dominant force in popular music for most of the past decade extended that domination Sunday night, claiming more hardware at the MTV Music Video Awards. Taylor Swift snared four of the coveted Moonman statues, including the big prize, Video of the Year, for her sci-feminist epic “Bad Blood.”

Swift also won Best Female Video for “Blank Space,” Best Pop Video for “Blank Space” and Best Collaboration, for “Bad Blood,” which features Kendrick Lamar.

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars claimed the prize for Best Male Video for their hit “Uptown Funk.”

Please click here to see the full list of winners from this year’s Video Music Awards.

Click here to read a full report on the ceremony and the performances.

Click here to see Kanye West’s acceptance speech for the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, which has gone viral.


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