Tuesday, November 8, 2016

MTV Europe Music Awards turns

 its trophies purple 

in memory of Prince

Bebe Rexha
Image caption MTV EMA host Bebe Rexha got through 15 different outfits at the awards
Justin Bieber topped this year's MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) winning three prizes.
The Canadian singer, who wasn't at the show in the Netherlands, beat Adele to best song for his track Sorry.
Justin Bieber also picked up the biggest fans' title - the third year in a row he's collected it - after a vote on Twitter and Instagram and won in the best Canadian act category.
The ceremony in Rotterdam paid tribute to Prince with purple trophies.
The star died aged 57 in April after being found collapsed in a lift at his home in Minnesota. 
Justin Bieber thanked his fans on Twitter.
Justin Bieber didn't have it all his own way though. 
Shawn Mendes beat him in the best male category and to the best worldwide act title.
Shawn Mendes
The social media star thanked everyone at the ceremony and wished his mum a happy birthday.
Shawn Mendes
Image caption Shawn Mendes also performed Mercy at the show
Dutch DJ Martin Garrix also collected two awards.
The 20-year-old won best electro act and best world stage seeing off British interest from Tinie Tempah, Ellie Goulding and Duran Duran.
Martin Garrix
Image caption Martin Garrix launched his own record label earlier this year
Lady Gaga, who also wasn't at the ceremony, won best female and best look.
Despite being nominated for three awards including best female, Adele left with nothing although Coldplay did win the best rock award.
Bruno Mars
Image caption Bruno Mars opened the show with his new track 24K Magic
Zara Larsson
Image caption Best new act went to Sweden's Zara Larsson, who also sang at the show
Little Mix beat former One Direction member Zayn Malik, Adele, Coldplay and Years And Years to take home the best UK and Ireland act award.
Beyonce, who was nominated in five categories but failed to win any awards, was beaten to best video by The Weeknd for Starboy featuring Daft Punk.
US group Fifth Harmony won best pop act while Ariana Grande was voted best US act.
Nina Dobrev, The Weeknd and Deepika Padukone
Image caption The Weeknd was handed his award by Nina Dobrev and Deepika Padukone
Image caption DNCE took the best push award after performing Cake By The Ocean and Body Moves
Drake was named best hip-hop act while American rock band Green Day were given the global icon prize for their contribution to music.
Two days before the US presidential election, they closed the show with American Idiot.
Green Day
Image caption Idris Elba presented Green Day's MTV EMA award to the band
"It is nice to be out of America just for a second because of this horrendous election that is going on right now," said lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong. 
Twenty One Pilots won in the best live and best alternative categories.
Ryan Tedder
Image caption Ryan Tedder from OneRepublic gets soaked during his band's performance of Let's Hurt Tonight
Kings of Leon
Image caption Kings of Leon also performed live in Rotterdam
Here's a full list of all the winners from the MTV EMAs.
Bebe Rexha
Image caption Bebe Rexha sang her single I've Got U on top of a massive, fluffy U (with eyes and tiny mouth

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