NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 20: Rapper Nicki Minaj holds her award for best hip-hop video in the press room at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018, in New York City. (Photo by Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images)
The 2018 MTV Video Music Awards just wrapped up at the Radio City Music Hall on Monday (August 20) in New York City.
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49-year-old entertainer Jennifer Lopez was the Video Vanguard Award winner this year. After thanking her team and family, JLo gave her gratitude to boyfriend Alex Rodriguez:
And Alex. You’re like my twin soul. We’re like mirror images of each other. My life is sweeter and better with you in it because you make me realize that every day the sky is not the limit — the universe is infinite, and so is what we can accomplish together with love and trust and understanding. There’s so much more to do — to experience — and there is no one I’d rather do it with. You’re my macho baby and I love you.
There were also several winners across all genres of music.
The biggest winners of the night were Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award and Best Collaboration recipient Jennifer Lopez, Childish Gambino and Cardi B (who won three awards apiece) and Camila Cabello who was not only awarded Artist Of The Year but also Video Of The Year
See the full list of winners below.
Song of Summer – Cardi B’s (I Like It)
Push Artist of the Year – Hayley Kiyoko
Best Hip-Hop Video Award – Nicki Minaj (Chun Li)
Best Pop Video Award – Ariana Grande (No Tears Left To Cry)
Song of the Year – Post Malone (Rockstar)
Best Latin Video – J Balvin, Willy William (Mi Gente)
Artist of the Year – Camilla Cabello
Best New Artist Award – Cardi B
Best Collaboration – Jennifer Lopez feat. DJ Khaled & Cardi B
MTV Video Vanguard Award – Jennifer Lopez
Video with a Message – This Is America
Best Direction (Video) – This Is America
Best Direction (Art) – APESH*T
Best Cinematography – APESH*T
Best Editing – Lemon
Best Choreography – This Is America
Best Dance Video – Lonely Together (Rita Ora and Avicii)
Best Rock Video – Whatever It Takes (Imagine Dragons)
Best Visual Effects – All the Stars (Kendrick Lamar and SZA)
Video of the Year – Havana (Camila Cabello)
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