Taylor Swift Dominates at the MTV EMAs in Germany

Taylor Swift emerged as a big winner at the MTV European Music Awards held in Dusseldorf, Germany on Sunday. The singer was nominated in seven categories, along with fellow artist Harry Styles, and ended up winning four awards including best artist, best video, and best long-form video.

Swift’s album “Midnights” has broken records and her song “Anti-Hero” is currently at the top of the charts. She surprised everyone by appearing at the Dusseldorf awards ceremony to accept her latest award. Swift has received many accolades throughout her career, and she acknowledged that it was all thanks to her fans. In her acceptance speech, she expressed her gratitude to them for making it all possible.

The performance of David Guetta and Bebe Rexha at the show started with their famous song “I’m Good (Blue),” which almost did not see the light of day. According to Rexha, they did not expect it to become so popular on TikTok and receive a nomination for “Best Collab.” But now, they were there, performing it live.

Taylor Swift has made history by being the first artist to have all 10 of her songs in the Top 10 on Billboard’s H๏t 100 chart. Muse performed “Will of the People” at the EMAs and won best rock act, dedicating their award to Ukraine and Iran. The show was hosted by Rita Ora and Taika Waititi, who both entertained the audience. Nicki Minaj won three awards, including best song and best hip-hop, while Harry Styles won for best live performance.

After winning the Eurovision in May, Kalush Orchestra delivered a moving performance that turned the auditorium blue and yellow to show their support for Ukraine. Frontman Oleg Psyuk stated that they aim to use their newfound fame to raise awareness of the struggles faced by the Ukrainian people and promote their culture as a means to fight against war. British rapper Stormzy also gave a stunning rendition of his latest ballad “Fire Babe” from his highly anticipated third album “This is What I Mean.” OneRepublic sang “I Ain’t Worried,” which was featured in the movie “Top Gun: Maverick,” and was introduced by Tom Cruise himself. Other performers included Ava Max, who dazzled in a giant diamond while singing “Million Dollar Baby,” and Tate McRae, who performed a medley of her hits, “she’s all i wanna be’ and ‘uh oh.”

During the event, 17 categories that are gender-neutral were announced and voted for by fans. The show was aired from the PSD Bank Dome and will be available for viewing in over 170 countries.

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