2016 MTV Video Music Awards Winners List

2016 MTV Video Music Awards Winners List

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The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards is here so get ready for plenty of surprises and sizzling hot music performances at the star-studded event.

Beyonce, who is set to perform at tonight’s show, garnered the most nominations with 11 mentions for her visual album, Lemonade. Among the R&B superstar’s nods include Best Female Video for “Hold Up” and Video of the Year for “Formation.”

Other nominees include Adele with eight nominations, while Drake nabbed six mentions, including Best Hip-Hop Video for “Hotline Bling.” Pop superstars Ariana Grande and Rihanna snagged five and four nods, respectively.

As far as performances, Rihanna will open the MTV VMAs with a performance that’s “going to be one of those holy crap VMA moments.” In addition, Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande will team up to perform “Side to Side” and Britney Spears and G-Eazy will perform their duet, “Make Me.” Rappers Future and Ty Dolla $ign are also on the bill.

Also, look out for two special VMAs moments. First, Rihanna will be presented with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award in honor of her 10-year impact in the music, fashion and film worlds, as well as her philanthropic endeavors.

And finally, Kanye West will have four minutes to do whatever he wants to do onstage. If you are familiar with Yeezy’s past history at the VMAs, then you know that he isn’t afraid to say what’s on his mind. So brace yourself.

Overall, it’s going to be a wild night.

To find out which artists nabbed trophies at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, check out the winners’ list below.

Full List of Winners:

VIDEO OF THE YEAR

Adele – “Hello”

Beyonce – “Formation”

Drake – “Hotline Bling”

Justin Bieber – “Sorry”

Kanye West – “Famous”

BEST FEMALE VIDEO

Adele – “Hello”

Beyonce – “Hold Up”

Sia – “Cheap Thrills”

Ariana Grande – “Into You”

Rihanna Feat. Drake – “Work” (short version)

BEST MALE VIDEO

Drake – “Hotline Bling”

Bryson Tiller – “Don’t”

Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna – “This Is What You Came For”

Kanye West – “Famous”

The Weeknd – “Can’t Feel My Face”

BEST COLLABORATION

Beyonce Feat. Kendrick Lamar – “Freedom”

Fifth Harmony Feat. Ty Dolla $ign – “Work From Home”

Ariana Grande Feat. Lil Wayne – “Let Me Love You”

Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna – “This Is What You Came For”

Rihanna Feat. Drake – “Work” (short version)

BEST HIP HOP VIDEO

Drake – “Hotline Bling”

Desiigner – “Panda”

Bryson Tiller – “Don’t”

Chance The Rapper Feat. Saba – “Angels”

2 Chainz – “Watch Out”

BEST POP VIDEO

Adele – “Hello”

Beyonce – “Formation”

Justin Bieber – “Sorry”

Alessia Cara – “Wild Things”

Ariana Grande – “Into You”

BEST ROCK VIDEO

All Time Low – “Missing You”

Coldplay – “Adventure Of A Lifetime”

Fall Out Boy Feat. Demi Lovato – “Irresistible”

twenty one pilots – “Heathens”

Panic! At The Disco – “Victorious”

BEST ELECTRONIC VIDEO

Calvin Harris & Disciples – “How Deep Is Your Love”

99 Souls Feat. Destiny’s Child & Brandy – “The Girl Is Mine”

Mike Posner – “I Took A Pill In Ibiza”

Afrojack – “SummerThing!”

The Chainsmokers Feat. Daya – “Don’t Let Me Down”

BREAKTHROUGH LONG FORM VIDEO

Florence + The Machine – The Odyssey

Beyonce – Lemonade

Justin Bieber – PURPOSE: The Movement

Chris Brown – Royalty

Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy

BEST NEW ARTIST

Bryson Tiller

Desiigner

Zara Larsson

Lukas Graham

DNCE

BEST ART DIRECTION

Beyonce – “Hold Up” (Production Designer: Jason Hougaard)

Fergie – “M.I.L.F. $” (Production Designer: Alexander Delgado)

Drake – “Hotline Bling” (Production Designer: Jeremy MacFarlane)

David Bowie – “Blackstar” (Production Designer: Jan Houllevigue)

Adele – “Hello” (Production Designer: Colombe Raby)

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY

Beyonce – “Formation” (Choreographer: Chris Grant, JaQuel Knight, Dana Foglia)

Missy Elliott Feat. Pharrell – “WTF (Where They From)” (Choreographer: Hi-Hat)

Beyonce – “Sorry” (Choreographer: Chris Grant, JaQuel Knight, Dana Foglia, Anthony Burrell, Beyoncé Knowles Carter)

FKA Twigs – “M3LL155X” (Choreographer: FKA Twigs)

Florence + The Machine – “Delilah” (Choreographer: Holly Blakey)

BEST DIRECTION

Beyonce – “Formation” (Director: Melina Matsoukas)

Coldplay – “Up&Up” (Director: Vania Heymann, Gal Muggia)

Adele – “Hello” (Director: Xavier Dolan)

David Bowie – “Lazarus” (Director: Johan Renck)

Tame Impala – “The Less I Know The Better” (Director: Canada)

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

Beyonce – “Formation” (Cinematographer: Malik Sayeed)

Adele – “Hello” (Cinematographer: André Turpin)

David Bowie – “Lazarus” (Cinematographer: Crille Forsberg)

Alesso – “I Wanna Know” (Cinematographer: Corey Jennings)

Ariana Grande – “Into You” (Cinematographer: Paul Laufer)

BEST EDITING

Beyonce – “Formation” (Editor: Jeff Selis)

Adele – “Hello” (Editor: Xavier Dolan)

Fergie – “M.I.L.F. $” (Editor: Vinnie Hobbs)

David Bowie – “Lazarus” (Editor: Johan Söderberg)

Ariana Grande – “Into You” (Editor: Hannah Lux Davis)

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Coldplay – “Up&Up” (VFX Editor: Vania Heymann)

FKA Twigs – “M3LL155X” (VFX Editor: Lewis Saunders, Jihoon Yoo)

Adele – “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” (VFX Editor: Sam Sneade)

The Weeknd – “Can’t Feel My Face” (VFX Editor: Bryan Smaller)

Zayn – “PILLOWTALK” (VFX Editor: David Smith)

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