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Justin Bieber wins big at awards
Justin Bieber was the big winner at this year's MuchMusic Video Awards.
The 'Baby' chart topper was named UR Fave New Artist, received the UR Fave Video award and the International Video Of The Year By A Canadian for his single 'One Time' at the ceremony, which was held in Toronto yesterday (20.06.10).
The 16-year-old singer was thrilled to pick up his first music honours in his home nation.
He said: "Coming from a small town in Canada - repping Stratford, Ontario - I just wanna say, this means the world to me. It's my first award, and to have it in Canada is just amazing. I want to say thank you to all my fans who got me in this position."
Teen stars Miley Cyrus and The Jonas Brothers- who presented the awards ceremony- also collected gongs for their efforts in pop music.
Miley scooped up the award for International Video Of The Year By An Artist for 'Party in the USA' and apologised to her father Billy Ray Cyrus for forgetting Father's day.
She said: "I want to tell my dad that I love him, since I forgot to call him till really late."
The Jonas Brothers went home with the award for International Video Of The Year By A Group for 'Paranoid'.
Katy Perry, Drake, Adam Lambert and Miley Cyrus all performed at the event.
2010 MuchMusic Video Award Winners:
Video of the Year: Hedley - 'Perfect'
Pop Video of the Year: Hedley - 'Cha-Ching'
International Video of the Year - Artist: Miley Cyrus - 'Party in the U.S.A.'
International Video by a Canadian: Justin Bieber ft. Ludacris - 'Baby'
International Video - Group: Jonas Brothers - 'Paranoid'
Cinematography of the Year: Drake and Trey Songz - 'Successful'
Most Watched Video: Young Artists for Haiti - 'Waving Flag'
MuchLOUD Rock Video of the Year: Billy Talent - 'Devil On My Shoulder'
MuchVIBE Hip Hop Video of the Year: Drake and Trey Songz - 'Successful'
MuchFACT Indie Video of the Year: Belly ft. Snoop Dogg - 'Hot Girl'
Director of the Year: Michael Maxxis - Billy Talent's 'Saint Veronika'
Post-Production of the Year: Hedley - 'Perfect'
UR FAVE Video: Justin Bieber ft. Ludacris - 'Baby'
UR FAVE International Video: Adam Lambert - 'Whataya Want From Me'
UR FAVE New Artist: Justin Bieber ft. Ludacris - 'Baby'Posted on 21 Jun 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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