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Lady Gaga Wins 8 Awards at The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards

September 12, 2010 by  
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MTV Music Awards 2010On Sunday, September 12, 2010 The 2010 27th MTV Video Music Awards were presented to the winners live in Los Angeles, CA from the Nokia Theatre L.A Live in downtown.

Comedienne Chelsea Handler hosted the event.

Cher, Ellen DeGeneres, Katy Perry, the cast of “Glee” including Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer and Amber Riley, Rosario Dawson, Chris Pine, the cast of Jackass including Johnny Knoxville, Bam Magera and Steve-O, Kim Kardashian, “True Blood” cast member Joe Manganiello, Rick Ross and Romeo of the multi-platinum Latin supergroup Aventura were the awards presenters.
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Other presenters include: The Social Network’s Justin Timberlake, Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield, Ke$ha, Nicki Minaj, Emma Stone, Penn Badgley, Trey Songz, Ashley Greene, Selena Gomez and Ne-Yo.
 

Complete List of The 2010 MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS Winners Video Of The Year

  1. Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”

    Directed by Francis Lawrence Lady Gaga proves that her song “Bad Romance” sort of makes you want to take a bath, cry and dance all at the same time.

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Best New Artist

  1. Justin Bieber f/ Ludacris “Baby”

    Directed by Ray Kay Baby-faced Justin Bieber knows a super fly haircut and a cute smile get the girls every time. Oh, and Ludacris as your BFF helps too.

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Best Hip-Hop Video

  1. Eminem “Not Afraid”

    Directed by Rich Lee In Eminem’s uplifting “Not Afraid” video, he relives his troublesome life and lends his hand to anyone who needs help walking down their own tough road.

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Best Pop Video

  1. Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”

    Directed by Francis Lawrence Lady Gaga proves that her song “Bad Romance” sort of makes you want to take a bath, cry and dance all at the same time. Frederick's of Hollywood, Inc.

Best Male Video

  1. Eminem “Not Afraid”

    Directed by Rich Lee In Eminem’s uplifting “Not Afraid” video, he relives his troublesome life and lends his hand to anyone who needs help walking down their own tough road.

Best Rock Video

  1. 30 Seconds To Mars “Kings And Queens”

    Directed by Bartholomew Cubbins It’s hard not to fall in love with the “Kings and Queens” video with its ethereal milieu and feel-good storyline.

Best Female Video

  1. Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”

    Directed by Francis Lawrence Lady Gaga proves that her song “Bad Romance” sort of makes you want to take a bath, cry and dance all at the same time.

Best Collaboration

  1. Lady Gaga f/ Beyoncé “Telephone (Long Version)”

    Directed by Jonas Åkerlund When Lady Gaga is stuck in a jail filled with stylish and scantily-clad ladies, only one woman can bail her out — Beyoncé.

Best Dance Music Video

  1. Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”

    Directed by Francis Lawrence Lady Gaga proves that her song “Bad Romance” sort of makes you want to take a bath, cry and dance all at the same time.

Best Art Direction

  1. Florence + the Machine “Dog Days Are Over”

    Art Direction by Louise Corcoran and Aldene Johnson Florence + the Machine takes viewers on a trippy voyage jam-packed with tribal nuances and ’60s throwbacks. In the end, “Dog Days Are Over” is one giant work of avant garde art.

Best Choreography

  1. Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”

    Directed by Francis Lawrence Lady Gaga proves that her song “Bad Romance” sort of makes you want to take a bath, cry and dance all at the same time.

Best Cinematography

  1. Jay-Z & Alicia Keys “Empire State of Mind w/ Alicia Keys”

    Cinematography by John Perez The scenic shots of New York City take a front seat in “Empire State of Mind,” while Jay-Z and Alicia Keys celebrate the city that inspires them.

Best Direction

  1. Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”

    Directed by Francis Lawrence Lady Gaga proves that her song “Bad Romance” sort of makes you want to take a bath, cry and dance all at the same time.

Best Editing

  1. Lady Gaga “Bad Romance”

    Directed by Francis Lawrence Lady Gaga proves that her song “Bad Romance” sort of makes you want to take a bath, cry and dance all at the same time.

Best Special Effects

  1. Muse “Uprising”

    Special Effects by Humble Muse goes on a believable ride through a tiny city filled with giant teddy bears roaming the streets.

Breakthrough Video

  1. The Black Keys “Tighten Up”

    Directed by Chris Marrs Piliero In “Tighten Up,” two young boys take turns serenading a cute girl in the playground and typical boy-on-boy fighting action ensues. But moments later we realize — like father, like son.

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  1.  Sources: http://mtvpress.com/2010VMA/ & http://www.mtv.com/ontv/vma/2010/winners.jhtml

All photos of the show and red carpet, credit PictureGroup/MTV Editor’s Note: Diversity News Magazine wants to congratulate to all the nominees and winners of the MTV Video Music Awards 2010.


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