By Marriska Fernandes on June 16, 2014 | 1 Comment
The 2014 Much Music Video Awards celebrated its 25th anniversary broadcast with top artists and chart-topping tunes that kicked off one of summer’s hottest events. Teenage reality stars Kendall and Kylie Jenner co-hosted the show, leading an action-packed evening. Hedley nabbed the evening’s top honors for Video of the Year, Pop Video of the Year and Your Fave Video. They opened the show with their hit single “Crazy For You.” Drake, who wasn’t in attendance, won Hip-Hop Video of the Year and International Video of the Year by a Canadian.
The crowd went wild when Grammy-winning hitmaker Ed Sheeran took the stage to perform his latest single, “Sing.” Global pop phenom Lorde, who scored an MMVA for International Video of The Year (Artist), smashed the stage and infected the crowd with her fierce energy, performing fan favorites “Team” and “Tennis Court.” But when it comes to putting on a show to remember, it was Imagine Dragons who rocked the stage with their hit tunes “Demons” and then served their smashing single “Radioactive,” which got the fans singing along. Ariana Grande, who has a huge fan following, closed the show to one of the most popular summer songs “Problem.” Check out the photos below! All photos taken by Zara Rasquinha. ~Marriska Fernandes
~ Marriska Fernandes
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Actually, the evening’s big winners were Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, who won “Favourite Artist” and “Favourite International Artist,” respectively. Get it right, tribute! Get it right! (Great choices for hosting duties, though — I’m sure the stars of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” are music scholars)