Top 5 Reasons Why 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Is Legendary

Sunday night was meant to be a grand celebration of influential music icons as the 33rd MTV Video Music Awards takes the stage at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. We can’t help but feast on the scene stealers, award winning artists and their incredible performances.

Beyonce Steals The Show
The night was filled with a lot of amazing performances but only one stood out with her best piece, the Queen herself, Beyonce. She works the glamorous night with amazing delivery of songs from her album “Lemonade.”

And for the nth time, she went home with six awards, outmatching Madonna’s record. Beyonce has earned 22 video music awards to date.

Drake Professes His Love To Rihanna
Drake presented the much – coveted award, Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award to the love of his life, Rihanna. His touching testimony to her girl which got a seal of kiss surely melts a lot of hearts that night

Rihanna Stuns The Crowd With Her 4 Numbers
The Video Vanguard Award recipient took the stage by storm with her four exceptional numbers. As expected, she wowed the audience with her mini-concert performance.

Britney Spears Makes An Amazing Comeback
Britney Spears rocks her ultimate comeback in a sparkly yellow outfit with her superb performance of her new single Make Me with G-Eazy.

The Winners Who Made It Big Time
Drum roll to the exemplary contribution of these champions in the music industry:
Video of the Year:
Beyoncé – “Formation”

Best Female Video:
Beyoncé – “Hold Up”

Best Male Video:
Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna – “This Is What You Came For”

Best Collaboration:
Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla $ign – “Work From Home”

Best Hip Hop Video:
Drake – “Hotline Bling”

Best Pop Video:
Beyoncé – “Formation”

Best Rock Video:
twenty one pilots – “Heathens”

Best Electronic Video:
Calvin Harris & Disciples – “How Deep Is Your Love”

Breakthrough Long Form Video:
Beyoncé – Lemonade

Best New Artist:

Song of Summer Presented by Verizon:
Fifth Harmony featuring Fetty Wap – “All In My Head (Flex)”

Best Art Direction:
David Bowie – “Blackstar”

Best Choreography:
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Best Direction:
Beyoncé – “Formation”

Best Cinematography:
Beyoncé – “Formation”

Best Editing:
Beyoncé – “Formation”

Best Visual Effects:
Coldplay – “Up&Up”

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