MTV Music Video Awards 2014: ‘Dark Horse’ of Katy, Juicy Emerge Real Winner [Full List of Winners]

logoThe 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, held on Sunday night, August 24, 2014 for music videos in the last one year was bagged by Katy Perry and Juicy J for their hit “Dark Horse”. The 31st MTV awards ceremony was held at The Forum in Inglewood, California, despite an earthquake hit the vicinity about 16 hours before the event and a shooting took place prior to the opening.

Singing sensation Beyoncé and Australian rapper Iggy Azalea led the nominees with eight nominations while American rapper Eminem followed them with seven. But the show was stolen by Beyonce who emerged the reigning queen of the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards event by closing the show with her electrifying 20-minute performance.

She was in tears to go on stage with her beaming husband and daughter, at a time when her marriage rumors were aplenty. As Beyonce number enthralled the audience, her daughter Blue Ivy and husband Jay Z watched intensely sitting among the audience. She shouted: “MTV, welcome to my world.”

When she accepted the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award, equivalent to a lifetime achievement award, at The Forum, she kissed her daughter and husband Jay Z, who called her the “greatest living entertainer.” The couple won best collaboration for the hit “Drunk In Love.”

Here’s the full list of winners of MTV Video Music awards 2014:

Video of the Year

Miley Cyrus, “Wrecking Ball”

Best Male Video
Ed Sheeran ft. Pharrell Williams, “Sing”

Best Female Video

Katy Perry ft. Juicy J, “Dark Horse”

Best Collaboration

Beyonce ft. Jay Z, “Drunk In Love”

Best Pop Video
Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea, “Problem”

Best Hip-Hop Video

Drake ft. Majid Jordan, “Hold On (We’re Going Home)”

Best Rock Video
Lorde, “Royals”
MTV Artist to Watch

Fifth Harmony, “Miss Movin’ On”

MTV Clubland Award
Zedd ft. Hayley Williams, “Stay the Night”
Best Video With A Social Message

Beyonce, “Pretty Hurts”

Best Cinematography

Beyonce, “Pretty Hurts”

Best Editing

Eminem, “Rap God”

Best Choreography

Sia, “Chandelier”

Best Direction

DJ Snake & Lil Jon, “Turn Down For What”

Best Art Direction
Arcade Fire, “Reflektor”

Best Visual Effects

OK Go, “Writing’s on the Wall”

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