Watch the winning videos from last night's awards
Monday 14 September 2009
It's been a vintage year in the world of the music videos, with a number of brilliant entries fighting it out to win the coveted MTV Video Music Awards. Watch the winners here for yourself.
Best Female Video - Taylor Swift, You Belong With Me
Best New Artist, Best Special Effects, Best Art Direction - Lady GaGa, Paparazzi
Best Rock Video, Best Direction, Best Cinematography - Green Day, 21 Guns
Best Hip Hop Video - Eminem, We Made You
Breakthrough Video (online) - Matt & Kim, Lessons Learned
Best Video (That Should Have Won a Moonman) - Beastie Boys, Sabotage
Best Male Video - T.I. and Rihanna, Live Your Life
Best Pop Video - Britney Spears, Womanizer
Video of the Year, Best Choreography, Best Editing - Beyonce, Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)
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