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Taylor Swift ties record for most VMA wins in one night

Taylor Swift ties record for most VMA wins in one night

Taylor Swift swept the Video Music Awards (VMAs), winning in nine categories, including video of the year and song of the year, for “Anti-Hero.”

The celebrity won in every category in which she was nominated, including the night’s top prize, video of the year, given in recognition of the independently produced Anti-Hero trailer.

After previously winning for Bad Blood, You Need to Calm Down, and All Too Well: The Short Film, she became the first artist to win video of the year twice in a row and increased her record for the most victories in that category to four.

The celebrity, who is currently performing in the first $1 billion stadium tour in history, also won awards for best pop song, best pop director, best cinematography, and best visual effects for the movie Anti-Hero.

She was also awarded album of the year for Midnights, plus artist of the year and show of the summer.

The 33-year-old singer dedicated her wins to the art of songwriting.

Shakira became the first South American artist to win the coveted Video Vanguard Award. The crowd gave her a standing ovation after she performed a 10-minute medley of her biggest hits.

The Colombian star put on a spectacular show that saw her dance with knives, writhe in a fake cave and play a fiery guitar solo during Objection Tango.

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Presenting her award, Wyclef Jean said: “Latin music would not be the global force that it is without Shakira.”

Here’s the full list, including the winners who weren’t televised.

  • Video of the year: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero”
  • Best alternative: Lana Del Rey featuring Jon Batiste — “Candy Necklace”
  • Best rock: Måneskin — “The Loneliset”
  • Artist of the year: Taylor Swift
  • Best collaboration: Karol G, Shakira — “TQG”
  • Best pop: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero”
  • Song of the year: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero”
  • Best new artist: Ice Spice
  • Best latin: Anitta — “Funk Rave”
  • Push performance of the year: April 2023: Tomorrow X Together — “Sugar Rush Ride”
  • Best hip-hop: Nicki Minaj — “Super Freaky Girl”
  • Best R&B: SZA — “Shirt”
  • Show of the summer: Taylor Swift
  • Best K-Pop: Stray Kids — “S-Class”
  • Best Afrobeats: Rema & Selena Gomez — “Calm Down”
  • Video for good: Dove Cameron — “Breakfast”
  • Best direction: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero.” Directed by Taylor Swift.
  • Best cinematography: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero.” Cinematography by Rina Yang.
  • Group of the year: BLACKPINK
  • Best visual effects: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero.” Visual effects by Parliament.
  • Best choreography: Blackpink — “Pink Venom,” Kiel Tutin, Sienna Lalau.
  • Song of the summer: Jung Kook featuring Latto — “Seven”
  • Best art direction: Doja Cat — “Attention.” Art direction by Spencer Graves.
  • Best editing:  Olivia Rodrigo — “vampire.” Edited by Sofia Kerpan and David Checel.
  • Album of the year: Taylor Swift— “Midnights”

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