That's it for last night's VMAs. Aside from a some good butt-shoulder bumping and a whole lot of Beyoncé and family, the show was fairly safe and (dare I say?) a little boring.
There were some highlights, including Lorde becoming the first woman in MTV history to win for "Best Rock Video." I'm not sure what's more astounding about that, that it took until 2014 for it to happen or that she won for a song that is most decidedly not very "rock." For those who need to absolutely know the outcome to these "awards," here's your full list of winners.
Best Female Video: Katy Perry — "Dark Horse [ft. Juicy J]"
Best Male Video: Ed Sheeran — "Sing"
Best Pop Video: Ariana Grande — "Problem [ft. Iggy Azalea]"
Best Hip-Hop Video: Drake — "Hold On (We're Going Home) [ft. Majid Jordan]"
Best Rock Video: Lorde — "Royals"
Artist to Watch: Fifth Harmony — "Miss Movin' On"
Video of the Year: Miley Cyrus — "Wrecking Ball"
Collaboration: Beyonce feat. Jay Z — "Drunk in Love"
Video with a social message: Beyonce — "Pretty Hurts"
MTV Clubland award: Zedd feat. Hayley Williams — "Stay the Night"
Direction: DJ Snake & Lil Jon — Turn Down for What"
Cinematography: Beyonce — "Pretty Hurts"
Choreography: Sia — "Chandelier"
Art direction: Arcade Fire — "Reflektor"
Editing: Eminem — "Rap God"
Visual effects: OK Go —"The Writing's On the Wall"
Lyric video: "Don't Stop," 5 Seconds of Summer
Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award: Beyoncé
This concludes your 2014 MTV Video Music Awards.
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